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A Practice of Padmasambhava : Essential Intructions on the Path to Awakening
by Ze-chen Rgyal-tshab Padma-gyur-med-rnam-rgyal and Mkhan-po Karma-rin-chen-dar-rgyas and Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche


Overview - The Indian master Padmasambhava occupies a special place in the hearts of practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. By bringing tantric Buddhism to Tibet from India he inspired a movement of awakening that for centuries has brought countless practitioners to spiritual fulfillment.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The Indian master Padmasambhava occupies a special place in the hearts of practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. By bringing tantric Buddhism to Tibet from India he inspired a movement of awakening that for centuries has brought countless practitioners to spiritual fulfillment. A Practice of Padmasambhava presents two practical and compelling works related to a visualization and mantra practice of Padmasambhava. This practice is based on the most important revelation of the renowned nineteenth-century treasure revealer Chokgyur Lingpa, Accomplishing the Guru's Mind: Dispeller of All Obstacles. These two works give an introduction to the preliminary trainings, outline the primary elements of visualization practice and mantra recitation, and supply a detailed explanation of the practice of Padmasambhava's wisdom aspect, Guru Vadisimha. Through practical step-by-step instructions on this deity, the reader is guided into the general world of tantric practice common to all of Tibetan Buddhism.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781559393621
  • ISBN-10: 1559393629
  • Publisher: Snow Lion Publications
  • Publish Date: March 2011
  • Page Count: 178


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