Advice for the Mantra-Holder Sang-Ngak

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Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa

Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa

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Advice for the Mantra-Holder Sang-Ngak[1]

from The Essential Amrita of Profound Meaning: Oral Instructions and Practical Advice Bestowed upon Fortunate Followers, Eye-Opener to What Is to Be Adopted and Abandoned

by Chokgyur Lingpa

To begin with, meditate persistently on impermanence.
Then, pray to the gurus.
As the main part, rest the mind within the state of emptiness.
In conclusion, make excellent dedications and aspirations.

Chokgyur Lingpa wrote this at the request of the mantradhara Sang-Ngak (Secret Mantra).

| Samye Translations, 2024.


Source Text

mChog gyur gling pa, “rJes ’jug skal bzang rnams la bstsal pa’i zhal gdams bslab bya nyams len gyi skor spang blang mig ’byed zab don snying gi bdud rtsi.” In mChog gling bka’ ’bum skor. Vol. 36 of mChog gling bde chen zhig po gling pa yi zab gter yid bzhin nor bu’i mdzod chen po, 115–116. Kathmandu, Nepal: Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery, 2004.

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