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'''Jikmé Lingpa''' (1729-1798) - regarded as one of the most important figures in the [[Nyingma]] lineage. Also known as ‘Khyentsé Özer’, ‘Rays of Compassion and Wisdom’, he was a great scholar and visionary, and discovered the [[Longchen Nyingtik]] cycle of teachings and practice through a series of visions from the great fourteenth century master, [[Longchenpa]]. Jikmé Lingpa compiled all the Nyingma [[tantra]]s and composed many original texts of which the ''[[Treasury of Precious Qualities]]'' (''Yönten Dzö'') is the most well known.
 
'''Jikmé Lingpa''' (1729-1798) - regarded as one of the most important figures in the [[Nyingma]] lineage. Also known as ‘Khyentsé Özer’, ‘Rays of Compassion and Wisdom’, he was a great scholar and visionary, and discovered the [[Longchen Nyingtik]] cycle of teachings and practice through a series of visions from the great fourteenth century master, [[Longchenpa]]. Jikmé Lingpa compiled all the Nyingma [[tantra]]s and composed many original texts of which the ''[[Treasury of Precious Qualities]]'' (''Yönten Dzö'') is the most well known.
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.lotsawahouse.org/jigme_lingpa.html Jikmé Lingpa Series on Lotsawa House]
  
 
[[Category:Historical Masters]]
 
[[Category:Historical Masters]]
 
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[[Category:Longchen Nyingtik Masters]]

Revision as of 09:27, 29 March 2007

Jikmé Lingpa (1729-1798) - regarded as one of the most important figures in the Nyingma lineage. Also known as ‘Khyentsé Özer’, ‘Rays of Compassion and Wisdom’, he was a great scholar and visionary, and discovered the Longchen Nyingtik cycle of teachings and practice through a series of visions from the great fourteenth century master, Longchenpa. Jikmé Lingpa compiled all the Nyingma tantras and composed many original texts of which the Treasury of Precious Qualities (Yönten Dzö) is the most well known.

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