Three Deities of Long Life
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Texts related to the Three Deities of Long Life (tshe lha rnam gsum), i.e., Amitāyus (tshe dpag med), White Tārā (sgrol dkar) and Uṣṇīṣayavijayā (rnam rgyal ma):
A single four-line verse for the auspiciousness of the attainment of immortality by means of the three long-life deities Amitāyus, Uṣṇīṣayavijayā and White Tārā, 'Wish-Fulfilling Wheel'.
- A Shortcut to the Siddhi of Immortality: Guru Yoga of Union with the Three Deities of Long Life by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo
This guru yoga of the three deities of longevity—White Tārā 'Wish-fulfilling Wheel', Amitāyus and Uṣṇīṣavijayā—is considered an auxiliary to the Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik practice.
- The Melody of the Deathless Vajra: Imploring the Three Deities of Immortal Life to Fulfil Wishes and Grant Attainment by Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö
Jamyang Khyentse says he composed this prayer to the three deities of long life—Tārā, Amitāyus and Vijayā—after completing the recitation of Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik during his thirty-third year, i.e., in or around 1925.