Yeshe Tsogyal Series

Tibetan MastersYeshe Tsogyal

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Yeshe Tsogyal

Yeshe Tsogyal

Name variants:
  • Kharchen Tsogyal
  • Kharchen Za
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Mother of all the victorious ones, Vajrayoginī,

Mother of diversity, Prajñāpāramitā,

Padma's consort, joyful, passionate and smiling—

Yeshe Tsogyal, homage to you!

Texts related to Yeshe Tsogyal (ye shes mtsho rgyal), the consort of Guru Padmasambhava:


Le'u Dünma



This aspiration for rebirth in Zangdok Palri, the Copper-Coloured Mountain, is attributed to Yeshe Tsogyal. The text has appeared in several compilations and has been ascribed to Pema Lingpa, but its precise origin remains unclear.

A short prayer invoking Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal in order to dispel obstacles and fulfil wishes.

Composed in 1946, this supplication to Yeshe Tsogyal identifies her as the universal mother and queen of ḍākinīs and calls upon her assistance to transform one's subtle channels, wind-energies and essences and attain the state of deathlessness.

A supplication to the ḍākinī, who is the Great Mother on the dharmakāya level, Vajravārāhī on the sambhogakāya, and Yeshe Tsogyal on the nirmāṇakāya.

A short, four-line prayer to Yeshe Tsogyal, "the foremost of ḍākinīs" and "Great Bliss Queen".

A four-line prayer to Yeshe Tsogyal.

Jamgön Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye composed this beautiful prayer summarizing Samten Lingpa’s famous terma biography of Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal in 1893 at the request of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and the yoginī Doshul Khandro.

This famous prayer of aspiration, which was a terma revelation of Pema Lingpa (1450–1521), is said to record the words of Yeshe Tsogyal to Guru Padmasambhava as he was about to leave Tibet for the land of the rākṣasa demons.


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