Edward Henning (kalacakra.org) passed away

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Karinos
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Edward Henning (kalacakra.org) passed away

Postby Karinos » Tue Nov 15, 2016 4:00 pm

via Chime Rinpoche (UK) post on Facebook:

Edward Henning passed away today at Barnet Hospital just before 7pm. at his bedside was Lama Chime Rinpoche, Edward's wife, his step daughter and John Howard. We pray for Edward to be reborn in `the pure land Dewachen, We will miss him greatly


Edward was great scholar on Kalachakra and Tibetan Astrology, close disciple on Bokar Rinpoche, Tenga Rinpoche and Chime Rinpoche UK. He shared some of his expertise knowledge on this page http://kalacakra.org. Please join in prayers.

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Re: Edward Henning (kalacakra.org) passed away

Postby Malcolm » Tue Nov 15, 2016 4:02 pm

Karinos wrote:via Chime Rinpoche (UK) post on Facebook:

Edward Henning passed away today at Barnet Hospital just before 7pm. at his bedside was Lama Chime Rinpoche, Edward's wife, his step daughter and John Howard. We pray for Edward to be reborn in `the pure land Dewachen, We will miss him greatly


Edward was great scholar on Kalachakra and Tibetan Astrology, close disciple on Bokar Rinpoche, Tenga Rinpoche and Chime Rinpoche UK. He shared some of his expertise knowledge on this page http://kalacakra.org. Please join in prayers.

:namaste:



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Re: Edward Henning (kalacakra.org) passed away

Postby udawa » Tue Nov 15, 2016 11:44 pm

Very sorry to hear this. I have fond memories of Edward translating for Tenga Rinpoche, back in the day.

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Re: Edward Henning (kalacakra.org) passed away

Postby Karinos » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:38 am


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Re: Edward Henning (kalacakra.org) passed away

Postby peason » Thu Dec 29, 2016 2:12 pm

I was a close friend and vajra-brother of Ed's. We took refuge with Chime Rinpoche on the same afternoon. I shared a house with him in London in the late '70s and we took many empowerments, including the Kalachakra together. Words cannot express how sorry I am to have lost him. His bardo experience will be at an end on the 2nd of Jan. and I pray from the bottom of my heart that I'll have the good fortune to recognise him again. Ed was one of a kind; acerbic, energetic ( he loved the wrathul protectors),generous, funny, infuriating and kind ( not necessarily in that order). I accidentally broke his glasses on three separate occasions, we had many fights, well, sparring matches both verbal and a few physical. I never thought I would, but I miss him more than anyone else I've known.


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