keeping the sacred sacred



Statue of the 1st Reting Rinpoche
Statue of the first Reting Rinpoche Ngawang Chokden

This site has been established to disseminate teachings and advice given by the 6th Reting Hotuktu, commonly known as HH Kyabje Reting Rinpoche.

His Holiness in previous incarnations has been the principal teacher to many of Tibet’s highest incarnate Lamas, including incarnations of the Dalai Lamas. It was the 5th Reting Hutuktu who discovered and was the first guru of His Holiness the 14th and present Dalai Lama. Reting Rinpoche was also the supreme regent of Tibet, installed by the blessing of all the state oracles and through the blessing of the previous Dalai Lama himself.

The history of the Reting Lamas has for a large part been eradicated, and certainly in the case of the previous incarnation history has been falsely presented to accord with the evil intentions of those responsible for Tibet’s destruction prior to the Communist invasion, which was the result of maturing karma produced collectively by the Tibetan people and specifically by cult members of the demon Dorje Shugden, who murdered Tibet’s foremost living saints, including the 5th Reting Hutuktu.

Following the murder of the 5th Reting Hutuktu, Tibet’s murderous leaders conspired to eradicate the Reting lineage by attempting to demote the lineage status and installing a child as the incarnate Yangsi Reting Rinpoche. The child was left in Tibet when the Dalai Lama fled into exile and passed away not too long ago. The Chinese Government has subsequently installed another puppet victim to the throne of Reting Monastery. The Tibetan Government in exile used the Chinese enthronement for publicity and denied that the Chinese candidate was a true incarnation. They failed to add that neither was the last man who sat on the same throne bearing the same title.

Prior to these events in China the present Reting Hutuktu had been in contact through audience and correspondence with the Dalai Lama and his representatives. To this date the office of the Dalai Lama has treated all correspondence with the suspicion that arises from uncertainty, and no progress has been made towards reconciliation and appropriate contact.

In order to try and prevent further distortion of the truth and the even more disastrous continuation of the practice of recognizing false tulkus to bear the Reting responsibility, this web site was created to present a public account of the continuing struggle to bring the truth to a wider number of Tibetan Buddhists, particularly in the West, where little is known of Tibet’s true history and the repercussions that history has had on the Buddha Dharma.

His Holiness Reting Rinpoche encourages all who visit this site to investigate as much as they are able the accounts of Tibet’s history that are widely available and to look with an open mind at much of the obvious bias and many inconsistencies that are presented. Start to ask questions, and if you are seeking a religious education use much caution in approaching Tibetan teachers. Do some research!



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Last updated October 2006