Avalokiteśvara Series

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Four-Armed Avalokiteśvara

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Your thousand arms are the thousand universal monarchs,

Your thousand eyes the thousand buddhas of this fortunate age,

You who teach each and every one of us according to our needs,

Lord Avalokiteśvara, to you I pay homage!

A series of texts related to the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteśvara (spyan ras gzigs):

Dukngal Rangdrol

A daily sādhana of Dukngal Rangdrol (sdug bsngal rang grol), 'Natural Liberation of Suffering', the Avalokiteśvara practice from the Longchen Nyingtik that is either classed as a peaceful yidam or secret-level guru practice from the peaceful male-vidyādhara section of the cycle.

A detailed description of the deities in the retinue of the Great Compassion One (Mahākaruṇika) according to the practice of Dukngal Rangdrol.

This 'guidance' or nedren (gnas 'dren) practice is intended to help guide the deceased to enlightenment by purifying the various realms of saṃsāra and granting empowerment. It belongs to the Natural Liberation of Suffering (sdug bsngal rang grol) set of Avalokiteśvara practices, which, in turn, are part of the Longchen Nyingtik revelation.

The gaṇacakra feast offering text to accompany the practice of Dukngal Rangdrol (Natural Liberation of Suffering) from the Longchen Nyingtik.

The sādhana of Dukngal Rangdrol (sdug bsngal rang grol), 'Natural Liberation of Suffering', is the Avalokiteśvara practice from the Longchen Nyingtik that is classed either as a peaceful yidam or as the secret-level guru practice from the peaceful, male-vidyādhara section of the cycle.

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