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Nyoshul Khenpo

Nyoshul Khenpo

Nyoshul Khenpo, one of the most eminent Tibetan meditation masters is remembered for his brilliant teaching style. He was learned in all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism and was renowned throughout the Tibetan world. Known as one of the principal lineage holders of the nonsectarian practice lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, he specialized in Longchenpa's Dzogchen Nyinthig teachings.

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Nyoshul Khenpo Rinpoche was one of the closest disciples of Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche. He first visited France in 1980, after which he lived for some years at La Sonnerie and gave teachings in the early three retreats at Chanteloube and elsewhere.

He was one of the most eminent Tibetan meditation masters, and is remembered for his brilliant teaching style. He was learned in all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism and was renowned throughout the Tibetan world. Known as one of the principal lineage holders of the nonsectarian practice lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, he specialized in Longchenpa's Dzogchen Nyinthig teachings.

In later years, Rinpoche spent the most of his time in Bhutan where he had many disciples. Offering countless teachings, Rinpoche co-authored Natural Great Perfection.

Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche passed away in August of 1999 at Antamnies, Dordogne, where he had been staying for several months following medical treatment in France.

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