Dodrupchen Jigme Trinle Ozer

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Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer (Tibetan: རྡོ་གྲུབ་ཆེན་འཇིགས་མེད་ཕྲིན་ལས་འོད་ཟེརWylie: rdo grub chen ‘jigs med phrin las ‘od zer, 1745–1821)[1] was a Nyingma tertön who was the "heart-son"[2] of Jigme Lingpa, for whom he became the "principal doctrine-holder" () of the Longchen Nyingthig terma cycle.[3] Jigme Trinle Ozer was recognized by Jigme Lingpa as the mindstream embodiment of one of King Trisong Detsen's sons, Prince Murum Tsenpo.[4] Jigme Trinle Ozer blessed Patrul Rinpoche as child and gave him his name whilst prophesying his eminence.[5]

A list of Drodrupchen Rinpoche's are as follows:[6]:

  1. Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer (1745-1821)
  2. Dodrupchen Jikmé Puntsok Jungné (1824-1863)
  3. Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima (1865-1926)
  4. Dodrupchen Rigdzin Tenpé Gyaltsen (1927-1961) & Dodrupchen Tubten Trinlé Pal Zang (b. 1927)

Some of his student were:

  • Ngadag Yeshey Jamtsho

Nomenclature, etymology and orthography[edit]

The name Jikmé Trinlé Özer was given by Jigme Lingpa and means "Ray of light of Fearless Actions".[7][8]

Alternate names[edit]

  • Künzang Zhenphen,[9] Sönam Chöden,[10] Changchup Dorje,[11] Drubwang Dzogchenpa[12]

Biography[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.136
  2. ^ Dharma Dictionary (March 8, 2007). 'Jigme Trinley Ozer'. Source: [1] (accessed: July 24, 2008)
  3. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.136
  4. ^ Rigpa Shedra (July 20, 2008). 'Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer'. Source: [2] (accessed: July 24, 2008)
  5. ^ Rigpa Shedra (July 20, 2008). 'Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer'. Source: [3] (accessed: July 24, 2008)
  6. ^ http://www.rigpawiki.org/index.php?title=Dodrupchen_Incarnation_Line
  7. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.143
  8. ^ Rigpa Shedra (July 20, 2008). 'Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer'. Source: [4] (accessed: July 24, 2008)
  9. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.136
  10. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.136
  11. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.136
  12. ^ Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1 p.136

References[edit]

Print[edit]

  • Thondup, Tulku & Harold Talbott (Editor)(1996). Masters of Meditation and Miracles: Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet. Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Shambhala, South Asia Editions. ISBN 1-57062-113-6 (alk. paper); ISBN 1-56957-134-1

Electronic[edit]

  • Rigpa Shedra (July 20, 2008). 'Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer'. Source: [5] (accessed: July 24, 2008)
  • Dharma Dictionary (March 8, 2007). 'Jigme Trinley Ozer'. Source: [6] (accessed: July 24, 2008)