Termo

Tibetano:

བི་མ་ལ་མི་ཏྲ།

dri med bshes bnyen

amigo espiritual imaculado

Sânscrito:

Português:

Vimalamitra

Mestre indiano que ocupa um lugar importante nas linhagens da Grande Perfeição. Foi para o Tibete no século VIII, onde ensinou extensivamente e compôs e traduziu inúmeros textos em sânscrito. A quintessência do seu ensino é conhecida como o Vima Nyingtig e juntamente com Padmasambhava foi uma das principais fontes da transmissão da Grande Perfeição no Tibete.

English:

Vimalamitra

One of the most learned Indian Buddhist masters. He went to Tibet in the 9th century, where he taught extensively, and composed and translated numerous Sanskrit texts. The quintessence of his teaching is known as the Vima Nyingtig, one of the Heart-essence teachings of the Great Perfection. [WOMPT]

An Indian master who held an important place in the lineages of the Great Perfection. He went to Tibet in the 8th century, where he taught extensively, and composed and translated numerous Sanskrit texts. The quintessence of his teaching is known as the Vima Nyingtig. [TLWF 2011] [ZT 2006]

One of the greatest masters and scholars of Indian Buddhism. He went to Tibet in the ninth century, where he taught and translated numerous Sanskrit texts. He was one of the principal sources, together with Guru Padmasambhava, of the Dzogchen teachings in Tibet. [TPQ]

One of the greatest masters and panditas of Indian Buddhism who brought the Dzogchen teachings to Tibet. [LLB 2002]

One of the greatest masters and scholars ofIndian Buddhism in general and of the Heart Essence in particular. He went to Tibet in the ninth century, where he taught and translated numerous Sanskrit texts. [CMH 2001]