Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok Series

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Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok

Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok

Name variants:
  • Abhaya
  • Chöjé Yishin Norbu
  • Jigme Phuntsok Jungne
  • Ngawang Lodrö Tsungmé
  • Pema Wangchen Gyepé Dorje
  • Tupten Lekshe Zangpo
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Master over the treasury of fearless debate, exposition and composition,

With all the qualities of the three trainings perfectly complete,

Precious source of benefit and happiness beyond measure,

Supreme guide, glorious lama, to you I pray!

Works by and about the influential Nyingma teacher and treasure-revealer Kyabje Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche (mkhan chen 'jigs med phun tshogs), aka Khenpo Jigphun (1933–2004):

Advice

Aspiration Prayers

A simple four-line prayer to realize the ultimate nature and thereby benefit all beings each according to their needs.

A four-line prayer of aspiration spoken in front of a vast assembly in 1986.

A prayer for the flourishing and spread of the teachings of all the major and minor traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, including the so-called Eight Great Chariots of the Practice Lineage (sgrub brgyud shing rta chen po brgyad), i.e., the Nyingma, Kadam, Sakya, Marpa Kagyü, Shangpa Kagyü, Kālacakra, Pacification and Severance, and Approach and Accomplishment of the Three Vajras.

This aspiration to be cared for by the guru throughout all future lifetimes was composed at Wutai Shan at the request of a disciple named Rigdrol.

Shortly after Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok's passing in 2004, His Holiness the Dalai Lama wrote this prayer "so that the enlightened intentions of this great being may be fulfilled completely and to help dispel the anguish of his disciples."

Composed in Bodhgayā, this is a bodhisattva's aspiration to emulate the buddhas of the past, such as Śākyamuni, serve the remaining buddhas of this fortunate age, and lead all beings to awakening. The prayer was recorded and transcribed by Khenpo Sodargye.

Guru Yoga

Lineage Prayers

Long Life Prayers

Pilgrimage

Prayers

Sādhanas

Songs

Vajrakīla

This fire offering for the 'Neck-Pouch Dagger’ (Purba Gulkhukma) Cycle arose spontaneously to Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok in 1990 and was written down by His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama.

A reminder to the Kīla guardians of their past pledges and a request that they carry out activity on the practitioner's behalf. The text was composed in Yangleshö, Nepal, and transcribed by Khenpo Namdrol.

The concluding stages of the Purba Gulkhukma sādhana: offering, praise, receiving the attainments, dissolution, dedication of merit and words of auspiciousness.

Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok composed this confession and fulfilment (bskang bshags) practice for the 'Neck-Pouch Dagger’ (Purba Gulkhukma) while in Namdrolling Monastery in India in 1990.

A short torma offering to the protectors of the 'Neck-Pouch Dagger’ (Purba Gulkhukma) Cycle composed by Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok and transcribed by Khenpo Sodargye.

This is the main text of the Purba Gulkhukma cycle of Vajrakīla practice, which Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok revealed at the Asura cave in Yangleshö, Nepal. It includes the empowerment, sādhana and gaṇacakra offering.