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* [http://www.shambhala.com/refining-our-perception-of-reality.html ''Refining Our Perception of Reality''] Sera Khandro's Commentary on [[Dudjom Lingpa|Dudjom Lingpa's]] Account of His Visionary Journey. The book includes a short autobiography of Sera Khandro, translated by [[Chatral Rinpoche|Chatral Rinpoche’s]] disciple-translator Christina Monson. Shambala Publications, 2014.
  
 
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*[http://www.tibetanlineages.org/biographies/view/148/10083 Biography by Sarah Jacoby]
 
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Revision as of 16:41, 17 March 2014

Sera Khandro Dewé Dorje (Wyl. se ra mkha' 'gro bde ba'i rdo rje) aka Kunzang Dekyong Wangmo (Wyl. kun bzang bde skyong dbang mo) (1892-1940) — a great female tertön whose treasure texts are revered by many great Nyingma masters. She was the consort of Tulku Trimé Özer, one of the sons of the illustrious Tertön Dudjom Lingpa. She was also one of the root gurus of Chatral Rinpoche and was reborn as his daughter, Saraswati.

Revelations

Writings

Further Reading

  • Sarah H. Jacoby, “Consorts and Revelations in Eastern Tibet: The Auto/biographical Writings of the Treasure Revealer Sera Khandro (1892-1940)” (unpublished PhD thesis)

External Links

Notes

  1. Translated by Ngawang Zangpo in Guru Rinpoche: His Life and Times, Ithaca: Snow Lion, 2002