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... His father was Katok Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (kaH thog rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), who was credited with revitalizing Katok Monastery (kaH thog)  in the seventeenth century ...

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... He eventually concentrated on the treasure teachings of Rigdzin Dudul Dorje (rig 'dzin dud 'dul rdo rje, 1615-1672) and Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), for which he received the related transmissions, instructions, and empowerments ...

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... He then studied the preliminary, main, and tsa-lung (sngon dngos rtsa rlung) practices of the treasure revealer Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) with the third Katok Getse, Gyurme Namgyel (kaH thog dge rtse 03 'gyur med rnam rgyal, 1886-1952). ...

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... He eventually studied and practiced the treasure (gter ma) teachings of Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po,1625-1692), and received the full transmission of their commentaries, empowerments, and instructions. ...

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... Sanggye Tashi had served at Katok during the crucial period of transition and revival, and was an important teacher of Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692). ...

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... He was presumably enthroned at the seat of his lineage at Katok Dorjeden (kaH thog rdo rje gdan) and educated in the Katok tradition of the time, meaning the lineage of treasure teachings of Rigdzin Dudul Dorje (rig 'dzin bdud 'dul rdo rje, 1615-1672) and Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692). ...

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... He is said to have approached Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), offering detailed information on his revelations (gter ma) ...

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... Enthroned at the age of eight at Zhuchen Monastery (by Tibetan reckoning, seven years old by the international standard), he studied primarily Khen Rinpoche Jigme Sengge (mkhan rin po che 'jigs med seng ge), who gave him instructions in the preliminary practices from Longsel Nyingpo's (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) revelations, and Zhuchen Kunzang Nyima (gzhu chen kun bzang nyi ma), who gave him empowerments and teachings for The Precious Treasury of Dharmadhātu (chos dbyings mdzod), one of the seven treasuries of Longchen Rabjam (klong chen rab 'byams, 1308-1364), as well as the complete teachings of Rigdzin Dudul Dorje (rig 'dzin bdud 'dul rdo rje, 1615-1672) and Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo, integral to the Katok liturgical system ...

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At the age of seven, the boy was taught reading and writing by a Lama Pema (bla ma pad+ma, d.u.), and was given additional empowerments, transmissions, and meditation instruction by Gyelse Dorje Chowang (rgyal sras rdo rje chos dbang, d.u.), who identified the child as an embodiment of the Katok treasure revealer Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) ...

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... He was a lineage holder in the terma teachings of Dudul Dorje (bdud 'dul rdo rje, 1615-1672) and Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) ...

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He also studied with Nesarwa Kunga Lekpai Jungne (kun dga' legs pa'i 'byung gnas, 1704-1760), who was a student of Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1729-1798), and also from Katokpa Gyelse Sonam Detsen (ka thog pa rgyal sras bsod nams lde'u btsan, 1679-1723), the nephew of Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsan snying po, 1625-1692) and abbot of Katok Monastery (kah thog mgon). ...

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... An uncle, Pema Dechen Lingpa (padma bde chen gling pa, 1663-1713), a disciple of the Katok lama Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), declared him an incarnation of a certain Ta Lama Pema Norbu (ta bla ma padma nor bu), about whom information is currently lacking ...

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He studied under the most prominent Kham-based Nyingma lamas of his era, including Katok Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (kaH thog rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, d.u.), Nyima Drakpa (nyi ma grags pa, 1647-1710), the First Dzogchen Drubwang, Pema Rigdzin (rdzogs chen grub dbang 01 padma rig 'dzin, 1625-1697), and the First Shechen Rabjam, Tenpai Gyeltsen (zhe chen rab 'byams 01 bstan pa'i rgyal mtshan, 1650-1704). ...

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... He was identified as the reincarnation of Takpu Lama Tsering Dorje (stag phu bla ma tshe ring rdo rje, d.u.), who was the son of Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), an influential treasure revealer associated with Katok Monastery (kaH thog). ...

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... He was the younger brother of the influential treasure revealer Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (gter ston rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), associated with the Katok tradition (kaH thog rdo rje ldan) ...

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As a youth he studied the treasure revelations of Dundul Dorje (bdud 'dul rdo rje, 1615-1672) and Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) with their lineage-holding relatives (and perhaps Longsel Nyingpo himself). ...

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... At the age of thirteen she received her first empowerments and teachings, those of Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo’s (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) terma, Longsel Dorje Nyingpo (klong gsal rdo rje’i snying po). ...

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At the age of eleven he went to Tromge Monastery (khrom dge dgon) and received the teaching tradition of Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) from Tromge Choktrul Jigme Dongak Tendzin (khrom dge mchog sprul 'jigs med mdo ngag bstan 'dzin, d.u.), who was the uncle of Tromge Arik Tulku (khrom dge a rig sprul sku) ...

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Among his incarnations are Ratna Lingpa (ratna gling pa, 1403-1479), Rigdzin Longsel Nyingpo (rig 'dzin klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), and Dzogchen Drubwang Pema Rigdzin (rdzogs chen grub dbang padma rig 'dzin, 1625-1697). ...

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Among later Tibetans said to have been his reincarnations were Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692) and the First Adzom Drukpa Drodul Pawo Dorje (a 'dzom 'brug pa 01 'gro 'dul dpa' bo rdo rje, 1842-1924). ...

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... Two years later he traveled to Katok Monastery (kaH tok dgon) where he met Longsel Nyingpo (klong gsal snying po, 1625-1692), who became his chief master ...

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