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... They also transmitted certain oral transmissions of the Sakya tradition, and the Mahākāla Cycle (mgon po'i chos skor) of Karma Chakme (karma chags med, 1613–1678) and Loter Wangpo's important scriptural collections, the Compendium of Sādhanas (sgrub thabs kun btus) and the Compendium of Tantras (rgyud sde kun btus) ...

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... Nevertheless, an encounter with the great Karma Kagyu lama Karma Chakme (ka+rma chags med 1610/1613-1678) in 1655, when he was eleven, resulted in his being identified as the reincarnation of the Katok (kaH thog) lama Trulzhik Chenpo Wangdrak Gyatso ('khrul zhig chen po dbang drag rgya mtsho, d ...

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... For reading instruction he used The Words of My Perfect Teacher, the Bhadrakalpikāsūtra, which lists the names of the one thousand buddhas of our aeon, and biographies of Milarepa (mi la ras pa, 1040–1123), Karma Chakme (kar ma chags med, 1613–1678), and others.[5] He later acquired biographies of Lamdre masters from a printed edition prepared by Jamyang Loter Wangpo ('jam dbyangs blo gter dbang po, 1847–1914).[6] ...

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... At that time, the king had also invited Karma Chakme (karma chags med, 1613-1678) one of the greatest living masters uniting Nyingma and Kagyu traditions and the main teacher to Pema Rigdzin ...

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... There he studied reading and writing, and some time after the age of ten, no doubt due to family connections, he became an attendant to Karma Chakme (karma chags med, 1613-1678), one of the greatest Kagyu masters of the seventeenth century, who would be one of his most important teachers. ...

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Patrul is perhaps most famous for his perpetual lessons on Śāntideva's Bodhisattvacaryāvatāra, Karma Chakme's (karma chags med, 1613-1678) Dechen Monlam (bde chen smon lam), the Mai Kambum (maNi bka' 'bum), and the chanting of Avalokiteśvara's six-syllable mantra oṃ maṇi padme hūṃ ...

Read more from the biography of Patrul Orgyen Jigme Chokyi Wangpo