Trinley Nyingpo Rilbu
The practice of Trinley Nyingpo is an important part of the Lamé Thukdrub Barché Künsel, the Heart Practice of the Guru which Dispels all Obstacles. This Terma cycle was revealed in the 19th century by the great treasure revealer Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa (great grandfather of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche) and is found within the New Treasures of Chokling, or Chokling Tersar.
This practice was composed by Guru Padmasambhava to eliminate all obstacles for practitioners on the path to enlightenment. Hidden in the 8th century, it was revealed in the Nangchen area of Kham, in Eastern Tibet, in the 19th century. Since that time it has become a very popular practice in both the Nyingma and Kagyu schools.
These pills were made in Bhutan of many sacred ingredients and later blessed in a ritual manner with more than a million recitations of the mantras associated with the Trinley Nyingpo practice. The rilbu may be kept on one’s shrine, worn around the neck, used to bless statues or stupas, extracted in alcohol or eaten. The process of “ingesting blessings” in this way can bring about a reduction of one’s negative karmic patterns, deeper meditation states, increased insight and should help to remove the obstacles to a long, healthy and prosperous life.
Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche had this to say about the Barchey Kunsel Terma:
This teaching was established in writing as the splendor of unending welfare and happiness for the disciples in the Land of Snow, and propagated to flourish everywhere. This pure and perfect teaching, which effortlessly bestows, in accordance with one’s wishes, the all-encompassing supreme and common siddhis, temporarily and ultimately, was an unprecedented diffusion of the gemstones of the profound meaning, like opening up for the treasury of the universal monarch.
Note: Each packet contains three (3) pills.