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One of the [[four visions]], which are the four stages in practice, of [[Great Perfection]]. (the other three visions/stages being: increased experience, awareness reaching fullness, and, exhaustion of concepts and phenomena). ([[TUR]]) ([[RY]])
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[[Image:004lungtenphug.jpg|frame|Lungten Phuk at Lapchi, Nov. 2005]]
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or just [[lung stan phug]], at [[Lapchi]], the "Prophesied Cave of the Great Forest", situated just below [[Chöra Gephel Ling]] monastery. It is situated under a large rock that is shaped like a human heart. According to local history, and to a guide to Lapchi, composed in 1901 by the 34th throne holder ([[gdan rabs]]) of the [[Drikung Kagyu]], [[bstan ’dzin chos kyi blo gros]] (1869-1906), this cave was not used by Milarepa himself but by a student of [[Drikung Kyobpa Jigten Sumgon]], who prophesied that he would achieve great realisation there. [[Lapchiwa Namkha Gyaltsen]] (1372-1437) did his first retreat there when he first came to Lapchi. [RY][TSD]
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Latest revision as of 03:51, 8 July 2011

Lungten Phuk at Lapchi, Nov. 2005

or just lung stan phug, at Lapchi, the "Prophesied Cave of the Great Forest", situated just below Chöra Gephel Ling monastery. It is situated under a large rock that is shaped like a human heart. According to local history, and to a guide to Lapchi, composed in 1901 by the 34th throne holder (gdan rabs) of the Drikung Kagyu, bstan ’dzin chos kyi blo gros (1869-1906), this cave was not used by Milarepa himself but by a student of Drikung Kyobpa Jigten Sumgon, who prophesied that he would achieve great realisation there. Lapchiwa Namkha Gyaltsen (1372-1437) did his first retreat there when he first came to Lapchi. [RY][TSD]