Avalokiteśvara Visualization and Mantra

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English | བོད་ཡིག

Dudjom Lingpa


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༄༅། །ཐུགས་ཆེན་སྒོམ་བཟླས་བཞུགས༔

Visualisation and Mantra Recitation of the Great Compassionate One

by Dudjom Lingpa


ཧྲཱིཿ རང་ཉིད་ཐུགས་རྗེ་ཆེན་པོར་གྱུར༔

hrih, rangnyi tukjé chenpor gyur

Hrīḥ! I myself transform into the Great Compassionate One,


karsal chak zhi rimzhin du

Brilliant white in color and with four arms—


taljar shel treng pekar nam

Two of which are joined, and two of which hold a crystal rosary and a white lotus.


longkü ché dzok kyiltrung zhuk

In full saṃbhogakāya attire, I sit with my two legs crossed.


tukkar hrih la yik druk kor

At my heart is a syllable hrīḥ encircled by the six syllables.


om mani pemé hung hrih

oṃ maṇi padme hūṃ hrīḥ



Recite the mantra one hundred, one thousand or as many times as possible.


ཞེས་པའང་སློབ་བུ་རིག་ལྡན་གྱིས་བསྐུལ་ངོར་བདུད་འཇོམས་རྡོ་རྗེས་སྨྲས་པའོ། །དགེའོ༎ ༎

At the request of the disciple Rigden, this was spoken by Dudjom Dorje. May it be virtuous!


| Translated by Abraham Ta-Quan, 2021


Source: bdud 'joms gling pa. "thugs chen sgom bzlas/." In gter chos/_bdud 'joms gling pa. Thimphu, Bhutan: Lama Kuenzang Wangdue, 2004. TBRC W28732. Vol. 15: 43

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