Khenchen Ngawang Palzang Series
- Dorje Zijitsal
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- Khenpo Ngaga
- Ösal Rinchen Nyingpo
- Pema Ledrel Tsal
Vimalamitra realized the maṇḍala of the supreme state,
Longchenpa revealed the dharmakāya Samantabhadra,
And you, Ngaki Wangpo, are inseparable from them both—to you I pray:
Inspire me with your blessings so that my own mind and your wisdom-mind merge as one!
Texts by the great Dzogchen master Khenchen Ngawang Palzang (ngag dbang dpal bzang, 1879–1941), also known as Khenpo Ngakchung:
In this brief text, the celebrated Dzogchen scholar and adept Khenpo Ngawang Palzang summarizes the four main Indian Buddhist tenet systems traditions (according to Tibetan doxographers): 1) Vaibhāṣika, 2) Sautrāntika, 3) Cittamātra (Mind Only) and 4) Mādhyamika (Middle Way), which is further divided into Svātantrika and Prāsaṅgika.
Definitions of the five wisdoms (ye shes lnga), i.e., the wisdom of dharmadhātu, mirror-like wisdom, wisdom of equality, wisdom of discernment and all-accomplishing wisdom, according to the oral tradition of Khenpo Ngawang Palzang, aka Khenpo Ngakchung.