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As a young boy he became a student of Rechungpa (ras chung pa, 1084-1161) at Loro (lo ro), and was given the vows of novice monk (dge tshul; SK: śrāmaṇera) at the age of twenty-one at Loro Zhingsar (lo ro zhing gsar) by a Khenpo Tsewerwa (mkhan po rtse ber ba, d.u.) and Chak Rinchen Chang (chags rin chen 'chang) or Lobpon Dakpo Tsangdulwa (slob dpon dwags po gtsang 'dul ba) ...

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... He received from him the complete teachings of Mahāmudrā as well as The Six Cycles of One Taste (ro snyoms), a treasure teaching said to have been concealed by Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung pa rdo rje grags pa, 1083/4-1161) and revealed by Tsangpa Gyare ...

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... These incuded Milarepa's own disciple Rechung Dorje Drak (ras chung rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161); Ponpuk Tongyal (spon phug ston rgyal, d.u.), a disciple of Rongpa Gardewa (rong pa 'gar dge ba, d.u.); Kyangmo Pangkhawa (rkyang mo spang kha ba), a disciple of Meton Kunga Nyingpo (mes ston kun dga' snying po, d.u.); and Relchak Tontsul (ral lcags ston tshul, d.u.) of Daryul ...

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In 1146, at the age of twenty-five, Sherab Sengge met with Rechung Dorje Drakpa (ras chung rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161), one of the close disciples of Milarepa, and received many teachings including on the Heruka Tantra, Formless-ḍākinī, and tummo (gtum mo), a practice of yogic heat. ...

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... Husband and wife both put on the white cotton robes that were worn by Milarepa (mi las ras pa, 1040-1123) and his student Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung pa rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161) ...

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She took lay vows and is said to have studied and practiced extensively, particularly with Khyungtsang Repa (khyung tshang ras pa, 1115-1176), a disciple of Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung pa rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161) ...

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Milarepa is credited with gathering numerous disciples; the best known are Rechung Dorje Drakpa (ras chung rdo rje brag pa, 1084-1161) and Gampopa Sonam Rinchen (sgam po pa bsod nam rin chen, 1079-1153) ...

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... Especially important was the different Aural Transmissions (snyan brgyud) of the Kagyu tradition that had been transmitted by three of Milarepa’s foremost disciples: Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung pa rdo rje grags pa, 1085–1161), Ngendzong Tonpa (ngan rdzong ston pa, b ...

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Jamyang Chodrak's was important in the transmission of the Rechung Nyengyu (ras chung snyan rgyud), a lineage of teaching and practice stemming from Milarepa's disciple Rechung Dorje Drakpa (ras chung rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161) ...

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With Drigom's blessings he returned to U to seek out Milarepa's disciple Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung pa rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161) ...

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... At this time he also received instructions on the Teaching Cycle of the Eight Great Vajrapāṇis (phyag rdor che ba brgyad bskor) from Sanggye Kyabpa (sangs rgyas skyabs pa, d.u.), and the oral lineage of Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161) from Rabjampa Konchok Samdrub (rab 'byams pa dkon mchog bsam grub, d.u.). ...

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Although at first he studied as a layperson with some famous lamas of his time, including Ngok Dode (rngog mdo sde, d.u.) and Rechungpa Dorje Drakpa (ras chung pa rdo rje grags pa ...

Read more from the biography of Lhachuk Kharwa Nyida O


His studies included everything from the basic texts on vinaya vows to the ear-whispered teachings known as the Rechung Nyengyu (ras chung snyan brgyud) which he studied with Zhangton Sherab Bar (zhang ston shes rab 'bar) and Rechungpa (ras chung pa) respectively ...

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... 1828), who was considered a reincarnation of both Rechung Dorje Drakpa (ras chung rdo rje grags pa, 1085-1161) and Ratna Lingpa (rat na gling pa, 1403-1479) ...

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