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Ngondro commentary instructions for the concise preliminary practices of the new treasure of Dudjom by Jane Tromge

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Published by Padma Pub. in Junction City, CA .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementcompiled from the teachings of His Eminence Chagdud Tulku by Jane Tromge.
ContributionsChagdud Tulku, 1930-
LC ClassificationsBQ7662.6 .T73 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 124 p. :
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL786419M
ISBN 101881847063
LC Control Number95018666

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This commentary was compiled from teachings given by the Khenpos at various practice centers across the U.S. over the last ten years. These were transcribed by members of the Turtle Hill Sangha in Tennessee, merged and edited by Padma Shugchang. This manuscript is still in the editorial stage andFile Size: KB. Ngondro Commentary, Ven. Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche, spiral bound, size: x 11 inches, 60 pages, $ Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche was born in Rabshu in the province of Kham in eastern Tibet. He was born at sunrise on Mahakala Day, the twenty-ninth day, of . Recommended Books for Ngondro Practitioners Though the preliminary practices are presented as introductory meditations in the world of Tibetan Buddhism, they are so complex that it sometimes seems like we need a PhD in Buddhism just to get started. Fortunately, these practices, known in Tibet as Ngondro, are more than worth the effort. This book includes line-by-line commentary on the concise Dudjom Tersar Ngondro revealed by His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche, detailed instructions on how to practice, and helpful visual illustrations. It is both deep and accessible pointing out how we can see our fundamentally enlightened : $

The ngondro in Tibetan Buddhism establishes the foundation for the entire Vajrayana path—it is as fundamental to the practitioner’s development as the alphabet is to written language. Among the preliminaries of the various lineages, the Dudjom Tersar Ngondro of the Nyingma tradition—on which this commentary is based—is possibly the most. As such as this upgraded book Ngondro Commentary: Instructions For The Concise Preliminary Practices, By Jane Tromge, you might not locate in the various . Ngondro Commentary: Instructions for the Concise Preliminary Practices of the New Treasure of Dudjom. Padma Publishing, Junction City, CA., Jamgon Kongtrul. (trans. by Judith Hanson). The Torch of Certainty. Shambhala Publications, Boston Karthar Rinpoche’s “Commentary on the Ngondro Practice.” Both are available from the Namse Bangdzo Bookstore at our “home” center, Karma Triyana Dhar-machakra (online at ). If you can only afford one book, The Torch of Cer-tainty is the best one to purchase. You can always get the other book Size: 66KB.