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Buddhadharma : Spring 2017
spring 2017 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly 73 The first Tibetan Buddhist retreat I attended, right out of college, was an intensive weekend at Tarthang Tulku’s Nyingma Institute in Berkeley in the fall of 1972. The retreat concluded on a most auspicious note, with the arrival of none other than Dudjom Rinpoche, the head of the Nyingma lineage. As a friend visiting from upstate exclaimed afterward, “My first day in the Bay Area, and I get to meet the holiest man in the world!” Dudjom Rinpoche (1904–87) was a towering figure in twentieth-century Tibetan Buddhism whose many activities included helping the Tibetan exile com- munity through the transition to diaspora and writing his authoritative history of the Nyingma school. He himself was the “mind emanation”—an incarnation or tulku—of Dudjom Lingpa (1835–1904), an extraordinary lama from Tibet’s northeastern nomad lands. Subject to visions of divine beings (especially reviews review by roger Jackson RoGER JaCkSoN is professor emeritus of asian studies and religion at Carleton College and editor of The Crystal Mirror of Philosophical Systems. dzogchen explained SoUrCeUNkNowN Dudjom Lingpa (1835–1904)