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Guru Nyima Özer

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Guru Nyima Özer

Guru Nyima Özer (Tib. གུ་རུ་ཉི་མ་འོད་ཟེར་, Wyl. gu ru nyi ma 'od zer; Eng. 'Rays of the Sun') — one of the Eight Manifestations of Guru Rinpoche.

From A Great Treasure of Blessings, page 30:

Guru Rinpoche manifested as a number of great siddhas, such as Saroruha — the master who revealed the Hevajra Tantra—as well as Saraha, Dombiheruka, Virupa, and Krishnacharin. Guru Nyima Odzer is associated with mystical experiences and spiritual realization. He travelled widely visiting the eight great charnel grounds, the 32 major power places, wilderness areas and even cities. Guru 'Sun Ray' discovers the secrets of the inner structure of the body-mind through direct knowledge of the winds, drops and channels (rLung, Thig-le, rTsa) which ripens together with the awakening of primordial wisdom. All experience is reflected in these three dynamic elements.
In charnel grounds like Kuladzokpa, 'Perfected in Body', he taught the secret mantra to dakinis and made outer and inner spirits into protectors of the Dharma. He was then known as Nyima Özer, 'Rays of the Sun'.

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