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Longchen Rabjam

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Texts belonging to the Lama Yangtik (bla ma yang tig), or Quintessence of the Guru, Wish-Fulfilling Jewel (bla ma yang tig yid bzhin nor bu) section of the Nyingtik Yabzhi (snying thig ya bzhi) or Four-Part Heart-Essence:

Dedicatory Colophon Verses

Empowerment

Essence Trilogy

Following a Teacher

Guru Sādhana

History

As part of his history of the Lama Yangtik lineage, Longchenpa offers a first-hand account of his own early life, a brief but important reference for later biographers.

Extracted from The Jewel Rosary History, this brief biography of Guru Jober (1196–1255) provides details about his spiritual training and accomplishment.

Extracted from The Jewel Rosary History, this short biography of Zhangtön Tashi Dorje (1097–1167) describes his encounters with emanations of the protectors Vajrasadhu and Ekajaṭī and his discovery of the Dzogchen teachings as hidden termas in a cave.

Extracted from The Jewel Rosary History, this short biography of Khepa Nyima Bum (1158–1213) provides some details about his spiritual training and accomplishment.

Extracted from The Jewel Rosary History, this biography of Longchenpa’s root guru became an important source for later historians, such as Gö Lotsawa Zhönnu Pal, Guru Tashi, Dudjom Rinpoche and Nyoshul Khenpo Jamyang Dorje.

Extracted from The Jewel Rosary History, this biography of Kumārādza’s root teacher became an important source for later historians, such as Gö Lotsawa Zhönnu Pal, Guru Tashi, Dudjom Rinpoche and Nyoshul Khenpo Jamyang Dorje.

Extracted from The Jewel Rosary History, this brief biography of Trulzhik Sengge Gyabpa, root teacher of Melong Dorje (1243–1303), provides details about his training and accomplishment.

Inventory

Jewel Trilogy

Maṇḍala Offering

Nectar Trilogy

Praise

Prayers

Preliminary

Samaya

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If you are unsure as to whether you are entitled to read or practice a particular text please consult a qualified lineage-holder.

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