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About Dampa Sangye

Dampa Sangye was a of the Indian movement who transmitted many based on both Sutrayana and Tantrayana to Buddhist practitioners in in the late 11th century. He travelled to Tibet more than five . On his third trip from to Tibet he met . Dampa Sangye appears in many of the lineages of and so in Tibet he is known as the Father of Chod, however perhaps his best known teaching is “the Pacification”. This teaching became an element of the Chöd lineages founded by Machig Labdrön.

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