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... His main student was the great siddha Melong Dorje (me long rdo rje, 1243-1303), whose disciple Kumārāja (ku ma rA dza, 1266-1343) was a teacher of Longchen Rabjam (klong chen rab 'byams, 1308-1364). ...

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... His students included Rendawa Zhonnu Lodro (red mda' ba gzhon nu blo gros, 1349-1412); Tsongkhapa Lobzang Drakpa (tsong kha pa blo bzang grags pa, 1357-1419) whom he taught at Nyetang (snye thang); and Longchenpa Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen pa rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) ...

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... Just above Shukseb is Gangri Tokar, (gangs ri thod dkar) an important activity site of Longchen Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) ...

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... He is also reported to have taught Longchenpa, Drime Ozer ( klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1384) and the Fourteenth Sakya Tridzin, Sonam Gyeltsen (sa skya khri 'dzin 14 bsod nams rgyal mtshan, 1312-1375). ...

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... At these sites, he received the principal teachings of such luminaries as Nyangrel Nyima Ozer (nyang ral nyi ma 'od zer, 1124/1136-1192/1204), Guru Chowang (chos kyi dbang phyug, 1212-1270), Longchen Rabjampa Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364), Orgyen Lingpa (o rgyan gling pa, c ...

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... Among the most illustrious were Longchen Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364), and Nugo Gyelwa Rinchen (nu mgo rgyal ba rin chen, 1328-1386). ...

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... And he imparted Dzogchen teachings extensively, especially through the writings of Longchen Rabjam (klong chen rab 'byams, 1308-1364) and Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1729/30-1798). ...

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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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... He continued on to Kotang Samten Rinchenling (mkho thang bsam gtan rin chen gling), known today as Kotangka, in Shar, one of the eight temples established by Longchenpa (klong chen pa, 1308-1364) ...

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... Rinchen Puntsok based his new doctrinal and liturgical import on the trilogy of the Sūtra which Gathers All Intentions, the Magical Net and the Mind Class (mdo sgyu sems gsum) and the works of Longchen Rabjampa (klong chen rab 'byams pa, 1308-1364) ...

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... Some compositions credited to him are possibly the work of Karma Pakshi, who signed many of his own compositions "Rangjung Dorje."

Among his prominent disciples were the First Zhamarpa, Drakpa Sengge (zhwa dmar 01 grags pa seng+ge, 1283-1349), and Longchenpa Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364).
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... Longchen Rabjam (klong chen rab 'byams, 1308-1364) describes in a eulogy about the Bumtang (bum thang) area that they are "a spiritual Arcadia where ideal geographical and human qualities together conspire to create perfect conditions for religious life."[19] They arise specifically in response to the degenerate age narrative (rtsod ldan gyi dus, corresponding to Sanskrit kaliyuga) offering succour from sectarian persecution, war, plague and religious decline, a particular concern of religious leaders during the eighteenth century. ...

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He studied the different philosophical views of various Buddhist schools, analyzing their various systems of exposition from the point of view of both sūtra and tantra.  Eventually, he adopted and asserted the view of the great Dzogchen scholar Longchen Rabjampa Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) as his own. ...

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Renowned as one of the "Three Drimes" (dri med rnam gsum) along with Longchen Rabjampa Drime Wozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308–1364), and Drime Lhunpo (dri med lhun po, b ...

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Pema Tekchok Loden's meditation practices were primarily in the traditions of Longchenpa Drime Ozer (klong chen pa 'dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) and his heir, Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1730-1785), specifically focusing on the various Nyingtik (snying thig/tig) cycles ...

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Is it said at some point he self-identified as the reincarnation of Horpo Shakya Dorje (hor po shAkya rdo rje, d.u.), better known as Katok Dorje (kaH thog rdo rje), a noted scholar at the time of Longchen Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364), by recognizing his predecessor's house and possessions. ...

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... His teachings mainly focused on Dzogchen, specifically Longchenpa Drime Ozer's (klong chen pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) Seven Treasures (klong chen mdzod bdun) and Three Cycles of Resting at Ease (ngal gso skor gsum). ...

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... Choying Rangdrol was pleased with him and sent him to study under Botrul Dongak Tenpai Nyima (bod sprul mdo sngags bstan pa'i nyi ma, 1898-1959), who at that time was regarded as one of the greatest lineage holders of the teachings of Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo (rong zom chos kyi bzang po, 1042-1136), Longchen Rabjam Drime Wozer (klong chen rab 'byams dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) and Ju Mipam Gyatso ('ju mi pham rgya mtsho, 1846-1912) ...

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... In addition, Rigdzin Kumārāja (rig 'dzin ku mA rA dza, 1266-1343), the teacher of Longchen Rabjam (klong chen rab 'byams, 1308-1364), the great Nyingma master largely responsible for systematizing the treasure teachings of Vimalamitra in the Bima Nyingtik, is said to be an emanation of Vimalamitra ...

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... He received many empowerments, reading transmissions, and instructions from the Fifth Dzogchen Drubwang -- foremost of which he received the Heart Essence in Four Parts (snying thig ya bzhi) of Longchen Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364). ...

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... Shortly thereafter, in 1979, on the anniversary of Longchenpa's (klong chen pa, 1308-1364) own parinirvāṇa, on the eighteenth day of the twelfth month of the earth-sheep year, he died suddenly at Mindroling monastery in the midst of a gathering of many thousand headed by Dilgo Khyentse, after delivering a long discourse on the Prajñāpāramitā. ...

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... He then studied Patrul Rinpoche's Words of my Perfect Teacher, and Longchenpa's Seven Treasuries (klong chen mdzod bdun) and Nyingtik Yazhi (snying thig ya bzhi) under the twenty-eighth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Pema Tsewang Gyatso (pad+ma tshe dbang rgya mtsho, 1902-1959) ...

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The standard version of Buddhaguhya’s life story appears to have begun taking shape in the thirteenth to the fourteenth-century, primarily with a religious history ascribed to the Nyingma master Longchen Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen dri med ’od zer, 1308-1364), and with the religious histories of Chomden Rikpe Reldri (bcom ldan rig pa’i ral gri, 1227-1305) and Buton Rinchen Drub (bu ston rin chen grup, 1290-1364) ...

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In 1973 Khenchen Dazer left Sikkim for Bhutan, settling at a small meditation hermitage above Tharpaling Monastery (thar pa gling) in Bumthang (bum thang) that was a seat of Longchenpa Drime Wozer (klong chen pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) ...

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He is also credited with convincing Ju Mipam Gyatso ('ju mi pham rgya mtsho, 1846-1912) to proofread, edit, and sponsor the carving of woodblocks for the collected works of the renowned Nyingma scholars Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo (rong zom chos kyi bzang po, 1012-1088) and Longchen Rabjampa Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) ...

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... The next pre-incarnations were the nun Rikma Sanggye Kyi (rig ma sangs rgyas skyid, d.u.), from Tibet; Pema Drol (pad+ma sgrol, d.u.), the consort of Guru Chokyi Wangchuck (gu ru chos kyi dbang phyug, 1212-1270); Ngakchang Rinchen Drakpa (sngags 'chang rin chen grags pa, d.u.); the terton Pema Ledrel Tsel (pad+ma las 'brel rtsal, 1291-1315); the terton and scholar Longchen Rabjampa (klong chen rab 'byams pa, 1308-1364); and as Tokar (thod dkar, d.u.), a boy from Bumtang who died at the age of seven. ...

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Kumārāja met his most famous disciple, Longchen Rabjam Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) in about 1136, while he was giving teachings in Yarto gyam (yar stod skyam), north of Samye (bsam yas) ...

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... He commonly instructed students on Guhyagarbha using Longchenpa's Chokchu Munsel commentary (phyogs bcu'i mun sel), and repeatedly taught Longchenpa's Ngelso Korsum, Jigme Lingpa's Yonten Dzo (yon tan mdzod), Ngari Paṇchen Pema Wanggyel's (mnga' ri paN chen pad+ma dbang rgyal, 1487-1542) Domsum Namnge (sdom gsum rnam nges), and the inner yoga and personal instructions for the Longchen Nyingtik ...

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... Ngakgi Wangpo also encouraged him to study the writings of Longchenpa, and had his own teacher, Lama Jinpa (bla ma sbyin pa, d ...

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... Longchenpa Drime Ozer (klong chen pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) was his descendent in the twenty-sixth generation. ...

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In his later life he taught the disciples who gathered around him, focusing on the Dzogchen Sangwa Nyingtik (rdzogs chen gsang ba snying thig) and the seven treatises of Longchen Rabjampa (klong chen rab 'byams pa, 1308-1364) ...

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... During this retreat he experienced three visions of Longchenpa Drime Ozer (klong chen pa 'dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) in which he received that master's blessing of body, speech, and mind ...

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... He would regularly give advanced teachings during the break after his mid-day practice session to a group of several dozen students, focusing on the seven treasuries of Longchen Rabjampa (klong chen rab 'byams pa, 1308-1364). ...

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... From these masters he received the three Yangtik cycles of the Dzogchen approach of utter lucidity ('od gsal rdzogs pa chen po yang thig skor gsum), Longchenpa’s Three Cycles of Being at Ease (ngal gso skor gsum), the Dzogchen Yeshe Lama (rdzogs chen ye she bla ma), and so forth. ...

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Throughout his life Dudjom Lingpa reported having direct visionary encounters with numerous deities such as Vajravārahī, Avalokiteśvara, Vajrapāṇi, and Mañjuśrī, Saraha and Longchenpa Drime Oser  (klong chen pa 'dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) through which he received teachings and empowerments ...

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While the boy was still an infant, Yungshul Lama Sungchok Dorje (g.yung shul bla ma gsung mchog rdo rje, d.u.) visited their home and identified the child as an embodiment of the great Nyingma master, Longchen Rabjam (klong chen rab 'byams, 1308-1364) ...

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... He passed away at the age of twenty-five. Longchen Rabjampa Drime Ozer (klong chen rab 'byams pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1364) was considered his incarnation. ...

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... Also present were Nyingma traditions of Longchenpa Drime Ozer (klong chen pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1363) and Terton Dorje Lingpa (gter ston rdo rje gling pa, 1346-1405) ...

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He received teachings and instructions from several influential teachers including Dzogchen Khenpo Yonten Gonpo (rdzogs chen mkhan po yon tan mgon po, 1916-1984), who taught him Longchen Rabjam's (klong chen rabs 'byams, 1308-1364) Four-part Seminal Heart (snying thig ya bzhi) and the Kālacakra empowerment ...

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Sonam Chopel studied the tenets and philosophy of the Nyingma tradition in depth, focusing on texts by eminent scholars such as Longchen Rabjampa (klong chen rab 'byams pa 1308-1364) ...

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That same year Ngawang Tendzin Gyatso also went to study and practice the science of grammar at Bumthang Tarpeling (bum thang thar pa’i gling), the seat of Longchenpa Drime Ozer (klong chen pa dri med 'od zer, 1308-1363) ...

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