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New embodiment. Kunkhen ' the He was known as Kunkhen in this 'all-knowing', 'all-understanding' Longchen Rabj ampa (dri med 'od zer)) known as the second Buddha, and certainly the greatest thinker in the Nyingma tradition (mying rna pa), was born on the tenth day of the second month of the Earth Monkey year of the fifth Rabj ung ( 1 3 08) at Teo Drong (stod grong) in Tra valley of Yuru Dra (gyo ru gra) proyince of central Tibet. Wangpo Sung (ye shes dbang po smng),' of the" clan of Rog, who was one of the seven monks (sad mi bdun) ordained by Santaraksita around the year 790.

Wangpo Sung (ye shes dbang po smng),' of the" clan of Rog, who was one of the seven monks (sad mi bdun) ordained by Santaraksita around the year 790.

Adhere to the pure three vows as an essence of monastery rather than a Lord's house. Lookfor unchangeable celestial emptiness as an essence ofMandala. Tame one 's own temperament as an essence of . Instruction. Lookfor unchangeqble celestial emptiness as an essence ofcontemplation. Keep one 's �ind as it is ( i. e. essence ofmeditation. , "If you, the Lord, do likewise, you . will be happy anq co'mfortable here and hereafter and shortly you will obtain Buddhahood. " The King was delighted and made serene again, and did countless obeisances and circumambulations.

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