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The First Dodrupchen Rinpoche '''Jikmé Trinlé Özer''' ([[Wyl.]] ''‘jigs med phrin las ‘od zer'') was born in the Do valley of Golok, and from childhood onwards had many pure visions and displayed extraordinary signs. The ceremonial cutting of his hair was performed by the second Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche, Gurmé Kunzang Namgyal (1713-69), who gave him the name '''Kunzang Shenpen'''. He received teachings from about twenty lamas, including the third Dzogchen Rinpoche, Ngédön Tenzin Zangpo (1759-92).
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The First '''Dodrupchen Rinpoche Jikme Trinle Özer''' (Tib. འཇིགས་མེད་ཕྲིན་ལས་འོད་ཟེར་, [[Wyl.]] ''‘jigs med phrin las ‘od zer'') (1745-1821) was born in the Do valley of [[Golok]], and from childhood onwards had many pure visions and displayed extraordinary signs. The [[hair-cutting ceremony|ceremonial cutting of his hair]] was performed by the second Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche, [[Gyurme Kunzang Namgyal]] (1713-69), who gave him the name '''Kunzang Shenpen'''. He received teachings from about twenty lamas, including the [[Ngedön Tendzin Zangpo|third Dzogchen Rinpoche, Ngedön Tenzin Zangpo]] (1759-92).
  
Following Dzogchen Rinpoche's instructions, he carried out a seven-year retreat at Upper Gang-Trö, near [[Dzogchen monastery]], during which he was helped by the Protectress [[Tseringma]]. Dzogchen Rinpoche also prophesized that the master with whom he had a special relationship by virtue of his past karma, and who would figure as his principal teacher was the great [[vidyadhara]] [[Jikmé Lingpa]]. So at the age of thirty-nine Dodrupchen Rinpoche travelled to central Tibet and met Jikmé Lingpa at his residence at Tsering Jong monastery in the Yarlung Valley. Jikmé Lingpa recognised him as the future holder of his teachings, as had been foretold by [[Guru Rinpoche]].
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Following Dzogchen Rinpoche's instructions, he carried out a seven-year retreat at Upper Gang-Trö, near [[Dzogchen Monastery]], during which he was helped by the Protectress [[Tseringma]]. Dzogchen Rinpoche also prophesized that the master with whom he had a special relationship by virtue of his past [[karma]], and who would figure as his principal teacher was the great [[vidyadhara]] [[Jikme Lingpa]]. So at the age of thirty-nine Dodrupchen Rinpoche travelled to [[Central Tibet]] and met Jikme Lingpa at his residence at [[Tsering Jong]] monastery in the [[Yarlung Valley]]. Jikme Lingpa recognised him as the future holder of his teachings, as had been foretold by [[Guru Rinpoche]].
  
He later became the spiritual teacher to the Queen of Derge and her son, founded a number of monasteries, including his seat at Yarlung Pemakö in the Ser valley, and spread the Nyingtik tradition in Amdo and as far as the Kokonor region of Mongolia. A 'treasure revealer' ([[tertön]]) who discovered his own Mind Terma, Dodrupchen Rinpoche was recognised by Jikmé Lingpa as the incarnation of Prince Murum Tsenpo, a son of [[King Trisong Detsen]]. 'Dodrupchen' literally means 'The Great Siddha from Do valley'. Amongst his disciples were the greatest [[Dzogchen]] masters of the time: the Fourth Dzogchen Rinpoche [[Mingyur Namkhé Dorje]], [[Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje]], [[Gyalsé Shenpen Tayé]] and Dola Jukmé Kelzang. He blessed [[Patrul Rinpoche]] (1808-87) as a child, made prophecies concerning his future eminence and gave him his name.
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He later became the spiritual teacher to the Queen of [[Derge]] and her son, founded a number of monasteries, including his seat at [[Yarlung Pemakö]] in the Ser valley, and spread the [[Nyingtik]] tradition in [[Amdo]] and as far as the Kokonor region of Mongolia. A 'treasure revealer' ([[tertön]]) who discovered his own [[mind terma]], Dodrupchen Rinpoche was recognised by Jikme Lingpa as the incarnation of Prince [[Murub Tsenpo|Murum Tsenpo]], a son of [[King Trisong Detsen]]. 'Dodrupchen' literally means 'The Great Siddha from Do valley'. Amongst his disciples were the greatest [[Dzogchen]] masters of the time: the Fourth Dzogchen Rinpoche [[Mingyur Namkhé Dorje]], [[Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje]], [[Gyalse Shenpen Taye]] and [[Dola Jikme Kalzang]]. He blessed [[Patrul Rinpoche]] (1808-87) as a child, made prophecies concerning his future eminence and gave him his name.
  
 
==Writings==
 
==Writings==
 
*[[A Constant Stream of Blessings|Prayer to the Eight Supreme Vidyadharas of India: “A Constant Stream of Blessings”]]
 
*[[A Constant Stream of Blessings|Prayer to the Eight Supreme Vidyadharas of India: “A Constant Stream of Blessings”]]
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==Students==
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*[[Chögyal Ngakgi Wangpo]]
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*[[Dola Jikme Kalzang]]
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*[[Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje]]
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*[[Gyalse Shenpen Taye]]
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*The Fourth Dzogchen Rinpoche [[Mingyur Namkhé Dorje]]
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*[[Patrul Rinpoche]] (1808-87)
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==Alternative Names==
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*Künzang Shyenphen (ཀུན་བཟང་གཞན་ཕན་, ''kun bzang gzhan phan'')
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*Sönam Chöden
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*Changchup Dorje
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*Drubwang Dzogchenpa
  
 
==Internal Links==
 
==Internal Links==
*[[Dodrupchen Jikmé Puntsok Jungné|Dodrupchen II Jikmé Puntsok Jungné]]
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*[[Dodrupchen Incarnation Line]]
*[[Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima|Dodrupchen III Jikmé Tenpé Nyima]]
 
*[[Dodrupchen Rinpoche|Dodrupchen IV]]
 
 
*[[Dodrupchen Monastery]]
 
*[[Dodrupchen Monastery]]
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==External Links==
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*[https://treasuryoflives.org/biographies/view/Dodrubchen-01-Jigme-Trinle-Ozer/4676 Biography at Treasury of Lives]
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*{{TBRC|P293|TBRC Profile}}
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*{{LH|tibetan-masters/dodrupchen-I|Dodrupchen Jikme Trinle Özer on Lotsawa House}}
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[[Category:Nyingma Masters]]
 
[[Category:Nyingma Masters]]
 
[[Category:Longchen Nyingtik Masters]]
 
[[Category:Longchen Nyingtik Masters]]
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[[Category: Tertöns]]

Latest revision as of 10:50, 26 September 2019

Dodrupchen Jikme Trinle Özer

The First Dodrupchen Rinpoche Jikme Trinle Özer (Tib. འཇིགས་མེད་ཕྲིན་ལས་འོད་ཟེར་, Wyl. ‘jigs med phrin las ‘od zer) (1745-1821) was born in the Do valley of Golok, and from childhood onwards had many pure visions and displayed extraordinary signs. The ceremonial cutting of his hair was performed by the second Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche, Gyurme Kunzang Namgyal (1713-69), who gave him the name Kunzang Shenpen. He received teachings from about twenty lamas, including the third Dzogchen Rinpoche, Ngedön Tenzin Zangpo (1759-92).

Following Dzogchen Rinpoche's instructions, he carried out a seven-year retreat at Upper Gang-Trö, near Dzogchen Monastery, during which he was helped by the Protectress Tseringma. Dzogchen Rinpoche also prophesized that the master with whom he had a special relationship by virtue of his past karma, and who would figure as his principal teacher was the great vidyadhara Jikme Lingpa. So at the age of thirty-nine Dodrupchen Rinpoche travelled to Central Tibet and met Jikme Lingpa at his residence at Tsering Jong monastery in the Yarlung Valley. Jikme Lingpa recognised him as the future holder of his teachings, as had been foretold by Guru Rinpoche.

He later became the spiritual teacher to the Queen of Derge and her son, founded a number of monasteries, including his seat at Yarlung Pemakö in the Ser valley, and spread the Nyingtik tradition in Amdo and as far as the Kokonor region of Mongolia. A 'treasure revealer' (tertön) who discovered his own mind terma, Dodrupchen Rinpoche was recognised by Jikme Lingpa as the incarnation of Prince Murum Tsenpo, a son of King Trisong Detsen. 'Dodrupchen' literally means 'The Great Siddha from Do valley'. Amongst his disciples were the greatest Dzogchen masters of the time: the Fourth Dzogchen Rinpoche Mingyur Namkhé Dorje, Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje, Gyalse Shenpen Taye and Dola Jikme Kalzang. He blessed Patrul Rinpoche (1808-87) as a child, made prophecies concerning his future eminence and gave him his name.

Writings

Students

Alternative Names

  • Künzang Shyenphen (ཀུན་བཟང་གཞན་ཕན་, kun bzang gzhan phan)
  • Sönam Chöden
  • Changchup Dorje
  • Drubwang Dzogchenpa

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