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Texts related to Siṃhamukhā/Siṃhamukhī or Siṃhavaktrā (seng ge gdong ma), the Lion-Faced Ḍākinī:
This daily 'hand-clapping' (thal rdeb) practice of the lion-faced ḍākinī Siṃhamukhā/Siṃhavaktrā (seng gdong ma) is particularly associated with the elimination of adversity, threats and dangers.
- The History of the Hearing Lineage of the Profound and Secret Practice of Siṃhamukhā by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo
Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo recounts the origin of the teachings of Siṃhamukhā and how they have been subsequently passed down to him. He closely follows the story associated with the lineage of Bari Lotsawa (ba ri lugs).
A three-verse lineage prayer for the practice of the Lion-Faced Ḍākinī composed at the request of Trulshik Kunzang Pawo Dorje (1897–1962).