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Guru Padmasambhava

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Le'u Dünma (le’u bdun ma), The Prayer in Seven Chapters to Padmākara, the Second Buddha, is a terma revealed in the fourteenth century by Tulku Zangpo Drakpa:

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Le'u Dünma

The first chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), is the Prayer to the Three-Kāya Guru, supplemented by supplications to the other masters of the lineage.

The second chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to King Tri Songdetsen, is to be recited in the evening, the time of wrath.

The third chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to Lady Yshe Tsogyal, is to be recited before first light, the time of increase or enrichment.

The fourth chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to the monk Namkhai Nyingpo, is to be recited at dawn, the time of pacification.

The fifth chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to Nanam Dorje Dudjom, is to be recited in the afternoon, the time of magnetizing and power.

The sixth chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to Prince Mutri Tsenpo, is to be recited in the darkness of midnight.

The seventh chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma) was given to the king of Gungthang and is to be recited at midday, during rest.

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