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[[Image:Dudjom Previous Incarnations.jpg|thumb|350px|[[Thangka]] representing Dudjom Rinpoche and his previous incarnations]]
The '''Dudjom Incarnation Line''' is based on a prayer [[Dudjom Rinpoche]] wrote himself, which lists his previous incarnations. This prayer is called "A Chariot of Devotion, A Supplication to the Lives and Liberation of the Great Nirmanakaya Treasure Revealer Heruka Dudjom Lingpa". In it, one can find his main previous incarnations:
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The '''Dudjom Incarnation Line''' is based on a prayer [[Dudjom Rinpoche]] wrote himself, which lists his previous incarnations. This prayer is called ''A Chariot of Devotion, A Supplication to the Lives and Liberation of the Great Nirmanakaya Treasure Revealer Heruka Dudjom Lingpa''. In it, one can find his main previous incarnations:
 
#Yogi Nuden Dorje Chang: tutor of a 1,000 princes who, countless ages ago during the aeon of the Buddha Pranidhanaraja, vowed to appear as Sugata Möpa Ö Tayé (Skt. Adhimukta), the 1,000th and [[1002 buddhas of this Fortunate Aeon|last buddha of this Fortunate Aeon]].
 
#Yogi Nuden Dorje Chang: tutor of a 1,000 princes who, countless ages ago during the aeon of the Buddha Pranidhanaraja, vowed to appear as Sugata Möpa Ö Tayé (Skt. Adhimukta), the 1,000th and [[1002 buddhas of this Fortunate Aeon|last buddha of this Fortunate Aeon]].
 
#[[Shariputra]]
 
#[[Shariputra]]
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#[[Khye'u Chung Lotsawa]]
 
#[[Khye'u Chung Lotsawa]]
 
#[[Smritijñanakirti|Smritijnana]]
 
#[[Smritijñanakirti|Smritijnana]]
#[[Rongzom Chökyi Zangpo|Rongdzom Pandita Chokyi Zangpo]]
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#[[Rongzom Chökyi Zangpo|Rongdzom Pandita Chokyi Zangpo]] (1012-1088)
 
#[[Katok Dampa Deshek|Dampa Deshek]] (1122-1192)
 
#[[Katok Dampa Deshek|Dampa Deshek]] (1122-1192)
 
#Palden Ling Je Repa: one of the founders of the [[Drukpa Kagyü]] school
 
#Palden Ling Je Repa: one of the founders of the [[Drukpa Kagyü]] school
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#Drum Khar Nagpopa: Khampa yogin who meditated in dark retreat for 18 years.
 
#Drum Khar Nagpopa: Khampa yogin who meditated in dark retreat for 18 years.
 
#Hewa Chojung: Khampa magician and subjugator of enemies of the [[Dharma]].
 
#Hewa Chojung: Khampa magician and subjugator of enemies of the [[Dharma]].
#[[Rigdzin Düddul Dorje|Traktung Dudul Dorje]] (1615-1672): the tertön who revived [[Kathok Monastery]].
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#[[Rigdzin Düddul Dorje|Traktung Dudul Dorje]] (1615-1672)
#Gyeltse Sonam Detsen: as head of Kathok Gompa, he restored and preserved the tradition of the Monastery.
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#[[Katok Gyalse Sönam Deutsen]] (1679-1723): as head of Kathok Monastery, he restored and preserved the tradition of the monastery.
 
#Dudul Rolpa Tsal: yogin, teacher of [[Jikme Lingpa]]
 
#Dudul Rolpa Tsal: yogin, teacher of [[Jikme Lingpa]]
#[[Dudjom Lingpa]] Garwang Dudjom Pawo (1835-1904)
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#[[Dudjom Lingpa]] (1835-1904)
#[[Dudjom Rinpoche]], (1904-1987)
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#[[Dudjom Rinpoche]] (1904-1987)
  
  
 
[[Category:Dudjom Tersar]]
 
[[Category:Dudjom Tersar]]
 
[[Category:Incarnation Lines]]
 
[[Category:Incarnation Lines]]

Latest revision as of 21:40, 23 September 2018

Thangka representing Dudjom Rinpoche and his previous incarnations

The Dudjom Incarnation Line is based on a prayer Dudjom Rinpoche wrote himself, which lists his previous incarnations. This prayer is called A Chariot of Devotion, A Supplication to the Lives and Liberation of the Great Nirmanakaya Treasure Revealer Heruka Dudjom Lingpa. In it, one can find his main previous incarnations:

  1. Yogi Nuden Dorje Chang: tutor of a 1,000 princes who, countless ages ago during the aeon of the Buddha Pranidhanaraja, vowed to appear as Sugata Möpa Ö Tayé (Skt. Adhimukta), the 1,000th and last buddha of this Fortunate Aeon.
  2. Shariputra
  3. Saraha
  4. Krishnadhara: chief minister of Indrabhuti of Uddiyana
  5. Humkara
  6. Khye'u Chung Lotsawa
  7. Smritijnana
  8. Rongdzom Pandita Chokyi Zangpo (1012-1088)
  9. Dampa Deshek (1122-1192)
  10. Palden Ling Je Repa: one of the founders of the Drukpa Kagyü school
  11. Sakya Trizin Chogyal Phakpa (1235-1280)
  12. Drum Khar Nagpopa: Khampa yogin who meditated in dark retreat for 18 years.
  13. Hewa Chojung: Khampa magician and subjugator of enemies of the Dharma.
  14. Traktung Dudul Dorje (1615-1672)
  15. Katok Gyalse Sönam Deutsen (1679-1723): as head of Kathok Monastery, he restored and preserved the tradition of the monastery.
  16. Dudul Rolpa Tsal: yogin, teacher of Jikme Lingpa
  17. Dudjom Lingpa (1835-1904)
  18. Dudjom Rinpoche (1904-1987)