Dodrupchen Jigme Trinle Özer Series
Empowered by Padmasambhava, omniscient in past, present and future,
As master over the profound treasures, universal king of Dharma,
The reincarnation of Sangyé Lingpa, you who follow a hidden way,
Kunzang Shyenpen, at your feet I pray!
Texts by the First Dodrupchen, Jigme Trinle Özer (rdo grub ’jigs med phrin las 'od zer, 1745–1821), who was also known as Kunzang Shenpen (kun bzang gzhan phan):
Guru Rinpoche prayers
- A Constant Stream of Blessings: A Prayer to the Eight Supreme Vidyādharas of India | Lineage Prayers
- The Source of Accomplishment, the Fruit of the Two-Fold Truth—A Prayer to the Wisdom Ḍākinī Dechen Gyalmo | Lineage Prayers
- The Excellent Path to Omniscience: The Dzogchen Preliminary Practice of Longchen Nyingtik arranged by Dodrupchen Jigme Trinle Özer | Ngöndro
The root text of the outer and inner preliminary (ngöndro) practices from the Longchen Nyingtik, compiled by the First Dodrupchen, Jigme Trinle Özer, based on the original revelation of Jigme Lingpa and other sources.
- The Excellent Path to Perfect Liberation: A Guidance Practice (Nedren) for the Dukngal Rangdrol (Natural Liberation of Suffering) Practice of the Great Compassionate One from the Longchen Nyingtik | Avalokiteśvara
This 'guidance' or nedren (gnas 'dren) practice is intended to help guide the deceased to enlightenment by purifying the various realms of saṃsāra and granting empowerment. It belongs to the Natural Liberation of Suffering (sdug bsngal rang grol) set of Avalokiteśvara practices, which, in turn, are part of the Longchen Nyingtik revelation.
This text contains all the recitations required for the practice of tsethar, freeing animals or ransoming their lives; it includes the aspiration that they may be freed from sickness, harmful influences and fears, and ultimately attain perfect liberation and omniscience.