Practices › Fulfilment
Courtesy of Himalayan Art Resources
Lotsawa House presents the following texts related to the practice of fulfilment (bskang ba/skong ba):
Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik
- The Beautiful Rosary of Jewels: A Fulfilment Offering for Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik by Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö
Chimé Tsokyé Nyingtik
- The Offering-Clouds of Samantabhadra: A Concise Confession and Fulfilment Practice of the Three Roots by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo
- Gathering the Siddhis of Fortune: A Fulfilment Practice for Lama Norlha by Karme Khenpo Rinchen Dargye
- The Spontaneous Fulfilment of All Wishes: Confession and Fulfilment for the Great Compassionate One, Natural Liberation of Suffering by Dodrupchen Jigme Trinle Özer
- Fulfilment Offering for Nyangrel Nyima Özer's Treasure Practice of Black Hayagrīva with an Iron Sword by Fifth Dzogchen Rinpoche
- Bestowing the Splendour of Great Bliss: A Brief Fulfilment Offering for the Padma Ḍākinī by Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö
A practice of confession and offering as a means to purify vows and restore commitments related to every level of the path, from the śrāvaka vehicle through to Atiyoga or the Great Perfection. The text was first revealed by Jigme Lingpa in 1760 while he was staying at Samye Chimphu.
- Emptying the Hells from Their Very Depths: The Sovereign Practice for the Confession of All Impairments and Breakages of Vows and All Negative Actions and Obscurations from the revelation of Guru Chökyi Wangchuk
This practice of confession and fulfilment, popularly known as Narak Kong Shak, was arranged by combining elements of Guru Chökyi Wangchuk’s revelation called Kagye Sangwa Yongdzok together with the Kagye Drakpo Rangjung Rangshar of the Northern Treasures.
- The Vajra Lute: A Brief Fulfilment for the Guru Practice of Vidyādhara-Assembly by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo
Yumka Dechen Gyalmo
- Rain of Accomplishments: A Concise Fulfilment Practice for the Female Awareness-Holder (Yumka) by Jigme Lingpa
This fulfilment (bskang ba) practice is so rare that it was not included in previous editions of Jigme Lingpa's collected writings but appears only in modern liturgies of Shechen and Namdroling monasteries.