Trengpo Tertön Sherab Özer

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Trengpo Tertön Sherab Özer (Wyl. 'phreng po gter ston shes rab 'od zer) (1518-1572/84), also known as Drodul Lingpa or Prajñāraśmi, was an important tertön in central Tibet who revealed the Droltik (dam chos grol ba'i thig le) or Gongpa Rangdrol cycle. The student of Drikung Rinchen Phuntsok (1509-1557) (the father of Chögyal Phuntsok), he was the founder of Palri Monastery.

His three immediate reincarnations were:

Further Reading

  • Marc-Henri Deroche, 'Phreng po gter ston Shes rab od zer on the Eight Lineages of Attainment: Research on a Ris med Paradigm' in Brandon Dotson et al, Contemporary Visions in Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the First International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Serindia: 2009
  • Marc-Henri Deroche, Prajñāraśmi (’Phreng po gter ston Shes rab ’od zer, Tibet, 1518-1584): Vie, oeuvre et contribution à la tradition ancienne (rnying ma) et au mouvement non-partisan (ris med). Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Paris: École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2011.

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