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... Therefore, on Lelung's behalf, his tutor Damcho Zangpo went to Terdak Lingpa's seat of Mindroling (smin grol gling) and there received the transmission of revelations concerning the deity Jinasāgara Avalokiteśvara and his consort Guhyajñānaḍākinī from Pema Gyurme Gyatso (padma 'gyur med rgya mtsho, 1686-1718), Terdak Lingpa's son and heir

Soon after, Lelung travelled to Mindroling himself in order to receive the oral explanation of the practices from a master named Chemchok Dorje (che mchog rdo rje), also called Chemchok Dupa Tsel (che mchog 'dus pa rtsal) and Losel Gyatso (blo gsal rgya mtsho).[5] According to Lelung, Chemchok Dorje received the oral explanation on the Secret Gnosis completion stage practices from Mingyur Peldron (mi 'gyur dpal sgron, 1699-1769), Terdak Lingpa's daughter, who had received them from her brother Gyurme Gyatso

Lelung also met the treasure revealer named Choje Lingpa (chos rje gling pa, 1681-1720/1722) who had given a prophecy connected to the name given to him at his hair cutting ceremony:

Choje Lingpa reaffirmed Lelung's status as the reincarnation of the First Lelung Jedrung, Namkha Gyeltsen (sle lung rje drung 01 nam mkha' rgyal mtshan, 1326-1401), who had been an important teacher to Tsongkhapa Lobzang Drakpa (P64tsong kha pa blo bzang grags pa, 1357-1419)

... Minling Lochen Dharmaśrī (smin gling lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717), Terdak Lingpa's son Gyurme Gyatso, Dorje Drak Rigdzin Pema Trinle (P657rdo rje brag rig 'dzin padma 'phrin las, 1640-1718) and other Nyingma leaders were put to death on the banks of the Kyichu River (skyid chu).[12]

... It may also reflect the biases of its actual author, Khyungpo Repa Gyurme Wosel (khyung po ras pa 'gyur med 'od gsal, b ...

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... Terdak Lingpa and his brother, the monk Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717/18), who had been instrumental in the establishment of Mindroling, were descendants of the Nyo (gnyos) clan.

She is said to have maintained a celibate life and to have rebuffed proposals from Lelung Zhepai Dorje (sle lung bzhad pa'i rdo rje, 1697-1740), the Third Olga Jedrung ('ol dga' rje drung 03)

... Mingyur Peldron's brother Rinchen Namgyel (rin chen rnam rgyal, 1694-1758) managed to escape to Kham, and Mingyur Peldron fled to Sikkim, and was shortly followed by her mother and sister

... Among her students were her nephews, the Fourth Minling Trichen, Pema Tendzin (smin gling khri chen 04 pad+ma bstan 'dzin, 1737-1761) and the Third Minling Khenchen, Orgyen Tendzin Dorje (smin gling mkhan chen 03 o rgyan bstan 'dzin rdo rje, b

She also exchanged teachings with several well-known figures, including the Dzogchen master Traktung Jigme Dorje (khrag 'thung 'jigs med rdo rje, 17th century) Katok Zhabdrung Gyurme Zhenpen Wangpo (kaH tog zhabs drung 'gyur med gzhan phan dbang po) the Second Dzogchen Drubwang, Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin ('gyur med theg mchog bstan 'dzin, 1699-1758), and her brother, the Third Minling Trichen, Rinchen Namgyel (smin gling khri chen rin chen rnam rgyal, 1694-1768).

Khyungpo Repa Gyurme Osel (khyung po ras pa 'gyur med od gsal, b ...

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... There he received the empowerment and transmission of Dorje Khyungtra (rdo rje khyung khra) from Ponlop Choki Lodro (dpon slob chos kyi blo gros, 1688-1742)

... Among his teachers were Geluk, Nyingma, and Kagyu masters such as Sherab Tashi (shes rab bkra shis, 1647-1716) from Rongwo monastery; Pema Gyurme Gyatso (pad ma 'gyur med rgya mtsho, 1686-1718) and Gyelse Yizhin Lekdrub (rgyal sras yid bzhin legs grub, 1679-1718), the two sons of Terdak Lingpa (gter mdag gling pa, 1646-1714); Lobzang Pema Trinle (blo bzang pad ma 'phrin las, 1641-1717) of Dorje Drak; Ponlop Choki Lodro from Drepung monastery, Pema Tekchog Tenpa Gyeltsen (pad ma theg mchog bstan pa rgyal mtshan, 1712-1771), the Geluk scholar Lobzang Nyendrak (blo bzang snyan grags, d.u.), Geshe Jampel Gyatso (dge bshes 'jam dpal rgya mtsho, 1672-1706), Khargong Sanggye Gyatso (mkhar gong sangs rgyas rgya mtsho) and Rinchen Orgyen Tendzin Drakpa (rin chen o rgyan bstan 'dzin grags pa, d.u.). ...

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