In Tibetan Buddhism, the lama (from the Tibetan བླ་མ་, teacher or spiritual guide) is an "authority on doctrine," a spiritual teacher, someone capable of showing others the unequivocal path to liberation and enlightenment.
"Lama" is a title for a teacher of the Dharma in Tibetan Buddhism. The Tibetan word "Lama" means "highest principle", and less literally "highest mother" or "highest parent" to show close relationship between teacher and student.
“Khyenno” means “please think of me”. With this, we remember the lama again and again, constantly keeping in mind the positive qualities of the lama and praying to him or her.
Read more about precious Lama, buddhist master, Kyabje Dorje Chang Kalu Rinpoche Karma Rangjung Kunkhyab here.
👉At 0:11 Kyabje Dorje Chang Kalu Rinpoche Karma Rangjung Kunkyab recites the Four Immeasurables Tibetan prayer (in Tibetan Khampa language; Rinpoche was born in the Hor region of Kham, eastern Tibet).
More about the Four Immeasurables Prayer in Tibetan Buddhism here: https://youtu.be/OtmxISY-CoI
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