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The Treasury of Instructions


Volume One Ka

pp 1-478


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1. The Brief Explanation of the Path of Juntrul Trawa.

Author: Lopon Sangawa

pp 1-16

2. The Garland of Views.

Author: Lopon Padma (Padmasambhava)

pp 17-28

3. A brief commentary on the words and meaning of "The Garland of Views".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 29-84

4. The Secret Essence of the Actions of the Mamos.

Author: Lopon Padma (Padmasambhava)

pp 85-94

5. An Essential Path of Liberation Trough Dorje Sempa's "Juntrul Trawa".

Author: Kunkhyen Ngaggi Wangpo (Longchenpa)

pp 95-104

6. Some instructions on the meditation of Dupa-mdo called "The Crystal Rosary".

Author: Dharma Shri

pp 105-146

7. An explanation of Narak Dongtruk called "Illuminating the Profound Path".

Author: Dharma Shri

pp 147-162

8. A collection of root instructions from the Sem-de teachings of Dzogpa Chenpo.

Author: Jampal Shenyen

pp 163-190

9. The instructions on how to give the empowerment of the eighteen mother and child

teachings of Sem-de according to the works of Yungton Dorje Pal Zangpo called "The

Instructions of the Lama".

Author: Kathok Mogton Dorje Palzang

pp 191-248

10. The essential explanation of the Bodhicitta Kunje Gyalpo called, "The precious

Vessel".

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 249-274

11. The instructions on Dzogchen Sem-de (from the Nyang tradition).

Author: Sogdog Lodro Gyaltsen

pp 275-300

12. The lineage prayer of Dzogchen Sem-de called "The Banquet of Blessings".

Author: Sogdog Lodro Gyaltsen

pp 301-310

13. Experiential instruction manual of Dzogchen Sem-de.

Author: Namkha Dorje

pp 311-362

14. The manual of the precious oral instructions of Nyen Gyud Rinpoche.

Author: Shamar Khacho Wangpo

pp 363-378

15. The selection of the root texts of Long-de teachings of Dzogpa Chenpo.

Author: Need to check

pp 379-394

16. The sadhana of the elaborate meditation on the Lama from Dzogchen Long-de Dorje

Zampa called "The stream of Wisdom".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 395-416

17. The instruction manual of the meditation according to the precious oral instructions of

Long-de Dorje Zampa.

Author: Shamar Chennga Chodrak

pp 417-440

18. The sadhana of the four yogas of Long-de Dorje Zampa and Heruka Ngon Zog Gyalpo

called "The Ocean of Wisdom";

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 440-478


Volume Two Kha

pp 1-498

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1. The point on the heart essence teachings of Dzogpa Chenpo Mengag-de, the three

instructions given by the enlightened masters after their death and so on.

Author: Yeshe Do

pp 1-16

2. The elaborate empowerment manual "The net of Brahma".

Author: Longchen rabjam

pp 17-34

3. The elaborate mandala clarifying the levels of names.

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 35-38

4. Unelaborate empowerment called "Jewel Net".

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 39-62

5. Very unelaborate empowerment called "Lotus Net".

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 63-80

6. The ritual of offering the four word mandala Wish-fulfilling net".

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 81-86

7. Extremely unelaborate empowerment called "Net of Light".

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 87- 100

8. The ritual of offering the five mandalas in five ways called "Wish-fulfilling net"

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 101-102

9. The tsok offering called "Wish-fulfilling ocean".

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 103-114

10. The instructions on the two lineages merging into one of the Dzogpa Chenpo Sangwa

Nying-tik tradition called "The words of the unstained (Longchenpa)".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 115-232

11. The manual of the empowerment of the Sangwa Nying-tik.

Author: Natshok Randrol

pp 233-246

12. The great instructions of the great secret path.

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 247-256

13. The graded path instructions of sutra and tantra in general by Guru Padmasambhava

called "The heap of Jewels".

Author: Lopon Padma (Padmasambhava)

pp 257-284

14. The meaning instructions of Dzogpa Chenpo Sem Nyid Ngalso.

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 285-370

15. Prayers of Sem Nyid Rangdrol.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 371-374

16. The graded path instructions of the essence of Sem Nyid Rangdrol.

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 375-394

17. Dzogpa Chenpo Chönyi Rangdrol.

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 395-412

18. Dzogpa Chenpo Nyam Nyid Rangdrol.

Author: Longchen Rabjam

pp 413-436

19. The sadhana of guru yoga according to Dzogpa Chenpo Man-ngag Nying-tik called

"The ornament of creativity of Samantabhadra".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 437-478

20. The initiation of the Ekajati and seven groups of Dharma protectors.

Author: Need to check

pp 479-498

Volume Three Ga

pp 1-544

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1. The graded path of Mahayana called "The lamp Illuminating the Path to

Enlightenment".

Author: Atisha

pp 1-8

2. The seven point mind training (Lojong) root text and index.

Author: Chekawa

pp 8-11

3. The instructions of the Mahayana, the precious Kadampa book root text called "The

Jewel Garland of Bodhisattvas".

Author: Atisha

pp 11-14

4. A brief commentary of "The Lamp Illuminating the Path to Enlightenment" called

"Illuminating Clearly the Path to Enlightenment".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 15-62

5. The graded path to enlightenment condensed in verse form, "Lam-rim root text".

Author: Lobzang Drakpa (Tsong Khapa)

pp 63-70

6. The prayer to the lamas of the near lineage called "The harvest of Siddhis".

Author: Lobzang Drakpa

pp 71-72

7. The instructions on Lam-rim called "The Quintessence of Gold".

Author: Palden Sonam Gyatso

pp 73-110

8. Instructions on the Lam-rim called "The Easy Path to Enlightenment".

Author: Lobzang Chokyi Gyaltsen

pp 111-160

9. The essence of the tradition of practicing the Lam-rim.

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 161-180

10. The pith instructions for the three types of people to enter the path of the Buddha.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 181-274

11. The manual for giving the Bodhisattva vows according to the tradition of profound

views (Nagarjuna) called "The Highway to Great Enlightenment".

Author: Jamgon Kongrtul Lodro Thaye

pp 275-322

12. The elaborate Mahayana way of granting the Bodhisattva vows called "The Good Path

of Bodhisattvas".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 323-376

13. The content of the Mahayana Lojong.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 377-378

14. The story of Atisha (Jowo Je) on how he gave up the kingdom and travelled the path

to liberation.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 379-404

15. The story of Atisha meeting Serlingpa.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 405-420

16. The root text of the Mahayana Lojong.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 421-426

17. The root text of the Mahayana Lojong.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 427-428

18. Training the mind on the graded path to enlightenment called "Opening the door to

Dharma".

Author: Gyalwa Lodro Gyaltsen Palzang

pp 429-544

Volume Four Nga

pp 1-646

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1. The commentary to the seven point mind training.

Author: Chekawa

pp 1-46

2. The mind training "Thee Wheel of Sharp Weapons".

Author: Dharma Rakshita

pp 47-60

3. The mind training "Peacock transforming the poison".

Author: Dharma Rakshita

pp 61-72

4. The direct meditation of Lojong called "The Song of the Vajra".

Author: Chilbupa

pp 73-94

5. The pith instructions on purifying negativity.

Author: various

pp 95-188

6. The seven point mind training of Gyalsey Thogme Zangpo.

Author: Ngulchu Thogme

pp 189-214

7. The concise instructions on how to practice the seven point mind training called "The

Seed of Benevolence".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 215-242

8. The commentary of the seven point mind training made easy for the unwise called

"The Great Path of Awakening".

Author: Jagon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 243-276

9. The prayers to the lineage of Lojong.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 277-278

10. The Lojong prayer.

Author: Jamgon Kongrtul LOdro Thaye

pp 279-282

11. The manual for the empowerment of the sixteen circles of the Kadampas called "The

Ornament of the Manifestation of Compassion".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 283-316

12. The essential ways of practicing the sixteen circles of the Kadampas.

Author: Konchok Tenpe Dronme

pp 317-326

13. The profound instructions on the practice of the sixteen circles of the Kadampas called

"Bestowing the Two Siddhis".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 327-350

14. The undiluted practice of giving the initiation of the four deities of the Kadamapas

taken from Drub-ta Rinjung.

Author: Atisha

pp 351-366

15. The instructions on the four deities of the Kadampas called "The Quintessence of

Sutra and Tantra".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 367-434

16. The three principles of the path.

Author: Lobzang Drakpa

pp 435-438

17. A brief word by word commentary of the three principle of the path called "The

Entrance of the Fortunate to Liberation".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 439-488

18. A root text on the Kagyu Mahamudra teachings in the Gelugpa tradition called "The

Highway of the Buddhas".

Author: Lobzang Cheukyi Gyaltsen

pp 489-498

19. The commentary to the root text on the Kagyu Mahamudra teachings in the Gelugpa

tradition called "The Lamp for Further Illumination".

Author: Lobzang Chokyi Gyaltsen

pp 499-548

20. The instructions on the view of Madhyamika according to the two great traditions

called "The Essence of the Nectar".

Author: Ludrup Gyatso

pp 549-564

21. The instructions on the Shen-tong Madhyamika called "The Stainless Vajra Moon".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 565-586

22. The sadhana of making offering to Atisha and the Kadampa Lamas called "Ocean of

Auspicious Celebration".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 587-616

23. The practice of five White Zambala with initiation manual taken from "Drub-thab Rinpung".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 617-626

24. The practice of Gonpo Drigug-ma, the special Dharma protector of Atisha Dipankara

with its initiation manual.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 627-638

25. How to give the recitation transmission of single deity practice of Gonpo Drigug.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 639-646

Volume Five Ca

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1. The vajra words of Lam-dre.

Author: Kunga Zangpo

pp 1-34

2. The commentary on "The Vajra Words of Lam-dre".

Author: Drakpa Gyaltsen

pp 35-122

3. The practice of Hevajra in six parts.

Author: Konchok Lhundrup

pp 123-152

4. The Hevajra torma offering practice.

Author: Konchok Lhundrup

pp 153-176

5. The empowerment of Hevajra called "Glorifying the Great River of Empowerment".

Author: Kinchok Lhundrup

pp 177-242

6. The empowerment manual of Hevajra of pith instructions tradition called "The

Concise Essence of Teaching and Instructions".

Author: Sakya Gyaltsen

pp 243-324

7. The lineage prayer of Lam-dre.

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 325-328

8. The instructions on the Lam-dre teachings and its views called "Clarifying the Hidden

Meaning".

Author: Sonam (Tsunpa Sonam)

pp 329-424

9. Note on the pith instructions of the teachings on the hidden path.

Author: Lodro Gyaltsen

pp 425-432

10. An instruction that makes the words and meaning clear by Dagchen Dorje Chang.

Author: Lodro Gyaltsen

pp 433-458

11. The instructions on the Lam-dre by Phakmo Drupa and notes on it by the great Palden

Taklungpa..

Author: Phakmo Drupa & Palden Taklungpa Chenpo

pp 459-490

12. The instructions on the three purities of the tantra Dorje Gur.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 491-506

Volume Six Cha

pp 1-424

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1. The lineage prayer of the eight later Lam-kor teachings.

Author: Ngorchen Kunga Zangpo & Manju Gosha

pp 1-6

2. Co-emergent practice written by Dombhi Heruka.

Author: Dombi Heruka

pp 7-18

3. The creation stage with nine profound ways written by Lopon Padmavajra.

Author: Lopon Padma

pp 19-42

4. The inner-heat (tummo) complete path written by Lopon Nagpo Chopa.

Author: Nagpopa & Drakpa Gyaltsen?

pp 43-54

5. The instructions on how to straighten the crooked written by Narpo Utsita Chiwa

Mepa.

Author: Nagpopa & Drakpa Gyaltsen?

6. The text written by Nagarjuna called "Found Near the Stupa".

Author: Kudrup & Drakpa Gyaltsen?

pp 59-66

7. Mahamudra without words written by Lopon Ngawang Drakpa.

Author: Ngakgi Wangchuk

pp 67-80

8. The instructions beyond thinking written by Pal Toktsewa.

Author: Toktsewa

pp 81-94

9. The story about the five paths beyond thinking.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 94-97

10. The clarification of the instructions on "The Teachings Beyond Thinking of

Toktsewa".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 98-118

11. The mudra path teachings written by Lopon Indrabhuti.

Author: Indrabhuti

pp 119-136

12. The instructions on the co-emergent practice of Dombhi Heruka called "The

Auspicious Giwang Medicine".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 137-150

13. The instructions on Pema Vajra's nine profound ways called "Auspicious Sesame

Seed".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 151-180

14. The instructions on Nagpo Utsita Chiwa Mepa's "Instructions on How to Straighten

the Crooked" called "Auspicious Curd".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 181-188

15. The instructions on Nagajurna's text "Found near the Stupa" called "Auspiciuos Bilwa

Tree".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 189-212

16. The instructions on Lopon Ngawang Drakpa's "Mahamudra Without Words" called

"Auspicious Durba Grass".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 213-230

17. The instructions on Pal Toktsewa's "Instructions Beyond Thinking" called

"Auspicious Clear Mirror".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 231-254

18. The instructions on "The Clarification of the Instructions on 'The teachings Beyond

Thinking' of Toktsewa" called "Auspicious Right-Spiralling Conch Shell".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 255-270

19. The instructions on Nagpo Utsita Chiwa Mepa's "The Instructions on How to

Straighten the Crooked" called "Auspicious Vermilion".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 271-288

20. The instructions received by Drogmi Lotsawa from the six great panditas called "The

Teachings from the Six Doors".

Author: Various ; translated & compiled by Drokmi Lotsawa

pp 289-304

21. The lineage prayer of "Freedom from the four clingings".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 305-308

22. About the mind training of "Free from the Four Clingings".

Author: Various

pp 309-356

23. The sadhana of offerings to the Lam-dre lineage called "Immensely Developing the

Two Accumulations".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 357-386

24. Chakrasamvara Domjung sadhana called "Barley Beer".

Author: Ringzin Kunga Lodro?

pp 387-402

25. The practice of the eight deity Mahakala Gurgon and the initiation called "The Blazing

of Glory and Strength".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 403-424

Volume Seven Ja

pp 1-542

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1. Selective anthology of Mahamudra and six yogas of Naropa's teachings called "The

Treasury of Definitive Meaning".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 1-122

2. The sadhana of Chakrasamvara from the oral teachings of Gampopa called "The Net

of Great Bliss".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 123-150

3. The sadhana and empowerment of Chakrasamvara according the oral lineage of

Gampopa called "Binding of Great Bliss".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 151-208

4. The sadhana and empowerment of the elaborate yogini aspect of co-emergent oral

teachings called "The Vase of Good Nectar".

Author: Chaldrawa Kunga

pp 209-252

5. Skull empowerment blessings of the five wheels according to the thirteen precepts of

Maitripa's tradition called "Generating the Power of Bliss-Heat".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 253-284

6. The sadhana of Chakrasamvara of Rechungpa's tradition called "The Blissful Wisdom

Essence".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 285-316

7. The sadhana and empowerment of Chakrasamvara of Rechungpa's tradition called

"The Blissful Vigour".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 317-378

8. The practice of the sign empowerment of Vajrayogini from the co-emergent oral

tradition with empowerment manual called "The Chariot of Profound and Secret

Bliss".

Author: Karma Tashi Oser

pp 379-394

9. Out of eight outer practices of Chakrasamvara from the oral teachings of Rechungpa's

tradition, the brief sadhana of Yumka with empowerment manual.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 395-422

10. The dakini oral teaching of Chakrasamvara concise form from the Ngam Zom

tradition called "The Joy of Heruka" and empowerment.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 423-466

11. Chakrasamvara oral teachings text written by Tilopa from the Rechung tradition.

Author: Tilopa, Trans. Marpa and Naropa at Pushpahari

pp 467-478

12. The precious general practice instructions related to the vase empowerment practices

of Chakrasamvara written by Milarepa.

Author: Milarepa (given to Rechungpa)

pp 479-500

13. The completion stage of oral teachings of Chakrasamvara on the six yogas liberating

from above.

Author: Milarepa

pp 501-542

Volume Eight Nya

pp 1-486

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1. From the oral teachings of Chakrasamvara, the instructions on how to practice

Karmamudra called "The Lamp Illuminating the Wisdom".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 1-8

2. From the oral teachings of Chakrasamvara, the instructions on the great bliss of Od

Rig.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 9-20

3. From the oral teachings of Chakrasamvara, the profound instructions on the

introduction to the bardo.

Author: Milarepa (given to Rechungpa)

pp 21-38

4. Instructions on the four letter Mahamudra.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 39-44

5. An important word by word commentary on the four letter Mahamudra instructions by

primordial Buddha Vajradhara called "The Lord of the Day".

Author: Gotsang Repa

pp 45-60

6. Prayer to the lamas of the precious lineage of the oral teachings of Chakrasamvara

called "Bestowing the Glory of Blessings".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 61-102

7. The Ngam Zong tradition of the Chakrasamvara dakinis oral tradition root text called

"The Three Circles of Long Life".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 103-120

8. From the oral teachings of Chakrasamvara, the Mahamudra instructions called

"Clarifying the Wisdom".

Author: Milarepa (given to Rechungpa)

pp 121-134

9. The instructions on introducing the secret of the Mahamudra called "Clarifying the

Wisdom" from the Ngam Zong tradition of Chakrasamvara;

Author: Not mentioned

pp 135-146

10. The root text of the pith instructions of the Dakpo tradition oral instructions called

"The Reminder".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 147-164

11. The nine circles of teachings of the formless dakinis from the special tradition of

Rechungpa along with the pith instructions.

Author: Rechungpa

pp 165-174

12. The nine circles teachings of the formless dakinis instructions by Tilopa.

Author: Tilopa

pp 175-196

13. The commentaries on the instructions of the formless dakinis oral teachings.

Author: Various

pp 197-202

14. The four scrolls of Marpa on his special instructions, the text, the story and manual.

Author: Need to check

pp 203-234

15. The prayers to the combined lineage of Mahamudra and six yogas of Gampopa's

tradition called "The Secret Path to Transfer Blessings".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 235-240

16. The instructions on the preliminary practices (ngondro) of four sessions.

Author: Gampopa Mangala (Gampopa Tashi Namgyal) (Written at Gampo retreat)

pp 241-252

17. The great instructions on the six yogas called "Clarifying the Nature of the

Primordial".

Author: Gampopa Mangala (Gampopa Tashi Namgyal) (Written at Gampo retreat)

pp 253-344

18. The great instructions on Mahamudra called "Clarifying the Nature of the Primordial".

Author: Gampopa Mangala (Gampopa Tashi Namgyal) (Written at Gampo retreat)

pp 345-396

19. The four dharmas of Gampopa.

Author: Gampopa (Dakpo Lhaje)

pp 397-400

20. Instructions on how to practice.

Author: Gampopa Mangala (Gampopa Tashi Namgyal)

pp 401-407

21. The story of Sem Trid Yishin Norbu (Introducing the nature of mind called "Wishfulfilling

jewel").

Author: Not mentioned

pp 408-428

22. The Mahamudra written by Kyeme Zhang Rinpoche called "Ultimate Path".

Author: Kyeme Zhang Rinpoche

pp 429-462

23. The Mahamudra meditation preliminaries and the main instructions written by Zhang

Rinpoche.

Author: Devakumara (Zhonu Lha?)

pp 463-484

24. The seven branch instructions on Mahamudra from the tradition of Rechungpa.

Author: Kachopa (Shamar Khacho Wangpo?)

pp 484-486


Volume Nine Ta

pp 1-526

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1. Instructions on the Mahamudra called Mahamudra Lhenchig Chejor (sahajayoga).

Author: Karmapa Rangjung Dorje

pp 1-16

2. The general clarification of the six yogas of Naropa with its instructions.

Author: Karmapa Rangjung Dorje

pp 17-62

3. The general outline of the instructions of the Mahamudra (sahajayoga).

Author: Vajreshvara/Karmapa Wangchuk Dorje

pp 63-70

4. The notes on the instructions of Mahamudra called "The Illuminating Lamp,

Quintessence of Nectar".

Author: Vajreshvara/Karmapa Wangchuk Dorje

pp 71-106

5. The practice manual of the four preliminaries of Mahamudra Lhenchig Chejor called

"The Chariot that Takes the Path of the Realised".

Author: Various

pp 107-124

6. The commentary on the creation stage of the Vajrayogini practice, the essence of "The

Profound Explanation".

Author: Pawo Tsuklak Trengwa

pp 125-166

7. Lung Sem Nyi Me of Karmapa Rangjung Dorje.

Author: Karmapa Rangjung Dorje

pp 167-174

8. The notes on the instructions of the deities of Phagmo Lung Sem Nyi Me.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 175-184

9. The preliminaries of the six yogas practice "Quintessence of Nectar" called "Swift

Attainment".

Author: Situ Pema Nyinje (& Situ Chokyi Jungne)

pp 185-192

10. The practice of the six yogas of Naropa "Quintessence of Nectar" called "The

Meaning Instructions" from the Karma Kagyu tradition.

Author: Chokyi Wangchuk

pp 193-230

11. Introduction to the three kayas.

Author: Karmapa Rangjung Dorje

pp 231-246

12. The instructions on "Introduction to the Three Kayas" of the fully enlightened

Karmapa.

Author: Karmapa Thechok Dorje

pp 247-254

13. The pith instructions on the five nails to dispel the obstructions as given by Naropa.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 255-276

14. The four session guru yoga based on the glorious Karmapa.

Author: Karmapa Mikyo Dorje & Chakme Raga Ase

pp 277-292

15. The meditation on the prayer "Dorje Chang Tungma" to inspire the practice of

Mahamudra.

Author: Chakme Raga Ase

pp 293-300

16. Mahamudra instruction from the Surmon Kagyu by Mase Drubchen Lodro Rinchen.

Author: Mase Drubchen Lodro Rinchen

pp 301-314

17. The mountain Dharma called "The Necklace of Lapis Lazuli".

Author: Need to check

pp 315-324

18. The experiential instructions of Chenrezi, the essential practice of Mahamudra and

Dzogchen combined.

Author: Chakme Raga Ase

pp 325-348

19. Meditation instructions written by Phakmo Drupa.

Author: Phakmo Drupa

pp 349-368

20. The Gong Chig (one mind) teachings of the Drikung tradition, the root text and its

manual.

Author: Various

pp 369-408

21. The Drikung Gong Chig essential teachings with general introduction.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 409-430

22. The torma empowerment of five points (Nga Den) called "Wish-fulfilling Jewel".

Author: Drikungpa Chokyi Drakpa

pp 431-442

23. The instructions on the five points (Nga Den) Mahamudra teachings by Situ Chokyi

Jungne.

Author: Tsuklak Chokyi Nangwa

pp 443-454

24. The instructions on the five points (Nga Den) Mahamudra like the ocean , source of

"The Jewel Realization".

Author: Konchok B'ang

pp 455-468

25. The completion stage of four peerless co-emergent called "The Garland of Essential

Meanings".

Author: Chokyi Drakpa

pp 469-515

26. Instructions on the six yogas in the tradition of Drikung Kagyu.

Author: Dharmakirti (Chokyi Drakpa)

pp 515-522

27. The condensed prayers to the realized lineage of the six yogas.

Author: Drikungpa Rinchen Chokyi Drakpa pp 523-526

Volume Ten Tha

pp 1-552

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pp 1-2

1. The instructions on Mahamudra Lhenchig Chejor, the small text vajra words called

"Wishfulfilling Jewel".

Author: Tashi Pal

pp 1-20

2. The instructions on the five point Mahamudra from the tradition of Trophu Kagyu.

Author: Trophu Lotsawa Nup Jampe Pal

pp 21-24

3. The instructions on Mahamudra without words from the tradition of Trophu Kagyu.

Author: Trophu Lotsawa Nup Jampe Pal

pp 25-30

4. A note on the Ngondro.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 31-48

5. The instructions on Mahamudra Lhenchig Chejor from the Drukpa Kagyu tradition.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 49-64

6. Notes on the short form of six yogas.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 65-90

7. The song of Dharma an action, and instructions on the practice of equal taste.

Author: Naropa (Trans. Bhari Yogini)

pp 91-106

8. Instructions on the six equal taste teachings by Pal Kacho Wangpo.

Author: Khachopa

pp 107-114

9. The six equal taste teachings, putting into the practical experience.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 115-122

10. The meditation on dependent arising called "The Casket of Noble Dharma".

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 123-130

11. The outer, inner and secret guru yoga practice.

Author: Ludrup Nyinpo (Trans. Pandita Bibhutichandra)

pp 131-142

12. General instructions on the profound path.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 143-162

13. Uncommon essential instructions on the profound path.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 163-172

14. The ornament to glorify the eight great instructions.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 173-188

15. Instructions on the eight brief instructions from the Drukpa Kagyu tradition not found

elsewhere.

Author: Need to check

pp 189-208

16. The seven practices to bring to everyday life.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 209-222

17. The instructions on the five Thubpa from the lower Drukpa Kagyu tradition coming

from Lorepa called "Self-arising Dharmakaya".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 223-242

18. The profound instructions on the six mothers taken from the Ri Cho Yonten Kunjung,

the special teachings of Gyalwa Yangon-pa.

Author: Need to check

pp 243-296

19. The meditation empowerment of Mahamudra Lenchig Chejor.

Author: Barawa

pp 297-310

20. The root text of Mahamudra Lenchig Chejor.

Author: Gyaltsen Palzang

pp 311-326

21. The vajra six yogas' text.

Author: Gyaltsen Palzang

pp 327-348

22. The profound treasure Aithi of Je Lodro Chopel.

Author: Dharma & Ngawang Yeshe

pp 349-382

23. The instructions of the Mahamudra way of being.

Author: Sangye Yelpa Yeshe Tsek

pp 383-394

24. The guru yoga practice common to all Dhakpo Kagyu tradition called "The

Auspicious Melody".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 395-432

25. The practice and initiation of four-armed Mahakala from the Tsal-pa tradition called

"The Quintessence of Accomplishment".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 433-452

26. The six-armed Mahakala with seventeen deities practice and initiation from the Thel

tradition called "Quintessence of the Blessings".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 453-470

27. The root text and instructions on the four-armed Mahakala called "The Two Wheels".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 471-496

28. The practice of Chenrezi and Mahakala together called "The Black Glory" coming

from the oral tradition of Pal Chen Ga Lotsawa.

Author: Chakme Raga Ase

pp 497-502

29. The for-armed Mahakala from Ga Lotsawa, the combined tradition of Thel and Tsal,

practice and initiation.

Author: (excerpt from "sgrub thabs rin byung")?

pp 503-524

30. The practice of the main Dharma protector Mahakali Dud Sol Ma and initiation.

Author: (excerpt from "sgrub thabs rin byung")?

pp 525-536

31. The main Dharma protector Dod Kam Wangchukma practice and empowerment

called "The Banner of the Kagyu Teachings".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 537-552

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1. The six yogas of wisdom dakini Niguma, the vajra word. The root text of the

Shangpa's golden teachings.

Author: Niguma (Trans. Lan Drama Lodro & Rinchen Zangpo)

pp 1-28

2. The practice book of the golden teachings from the lineage of wisdom dakini Niguma,

both preliminaries and main practices called "The Vajra Words Blazing Blessings".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 29-44

3. The root text of five golden teachings of the Shangpas called "The Unblemished Vajra

Knot".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 45-62

4. Lineage prayer.

Author: Taranatha

pp 63-64

5. The lineage prayer of the five golden teachings of the Shangpas brought up to date.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 65-66

6. The jataka prayer of Jamgon Kongtrul the Great called "The Melody of the Heavenly

Drum".

Author: Karmapa Thechok Dorje

pp 67-68

7. The sadhana of the five tantras.

Author: Taranatha

pp 69-128

8. The sadhana of the five tantras called "Clear Meaning, Wide Opening".

Author: Taranatha & Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 129-210

9. Mandala ritual.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 211-212

10. The introduction to the empowerment of the five tantras of the Shangpas called

"Opening to the Light".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 213-242

11. The refuge and bodhicitta etcetera from Chakrasamvara.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 243-244

12. The practice of the five deity Chakrasamvara from Niguma's tradition.

Author: Taranatha

pp 245-254

13. The mandala ritual of five deity Chakrasamvara from Niguma's tradition.

Author: Taranatha

pp 255-286

14. The tsok offering practice of the five deity Chakrasamvara from Niguma's tradition

called "Increasing Activities".

Author: Mogchok Ngaggi Wangpo

pp 287-296

15. The commentary on the practice of five deity Chakrasamvara of the Shangpa tradition

called "Clarifying the profound meaning".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 297-332

16. The pith instructions chiefly on the five tantras as one practice in accordance with the

practice lineage of previous lamas.

Author: Taranatha

pp 333-340

17. The five tantras as one practice; offering to the mandala, self-entry with empowerment

and instructions.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 341-354

18. The recitation instructions on the five tantras as one practice called "The Profound

Essence".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 355-372

19. The practice of the ten oral teachings on the six yogas of Niguma composed as an easy

practice manual called "Joyful Garland of Devotion".

Author: Losal Tenkyong

pp 373-450

20. The practice of all the later texts of the Shangpa Kagyu oral teachings combined

together called "Joyful Sheaf of Harvest".

Author: Losal Tenkyong

pp 451-530

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1. The instructions on the six yogas of Niguma called "Freely Displaying the Profound

Meaning".

Author: Taranatha

pp 1-102

2. The instructions on the six yogas of Niguma methods of teachings and additional

instructions.

Author: Taranatha

pp 103-136

3. The root text and commentary on Niguma's ati yogas.

Author: Taranatha

pp 137-146

4. The collection of important notes on the instructions of the six yogas of Niguma.

Author: Need to check

pp 147-180

5. The instructions on the Mahamudra amulet tradition, Niguma's branch.

Author: Need to check

pp 181-206

6. The brief instructions on the six yogas of Niguma, the root of the Shangpa golden

teachings which can be applied in one sitting called "The Words of the Wisdom

Dakini".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 207-236

7. The instructions on the Mahamudra amulet tradition called "The Three Self-Settlings".

Author: Taranatha

pp 237-250

8. From the five great instructions of Shangpa golden teachings, the practice of white and

red Ka Cho Ma called "Freeing the Knots of the Central Channel".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 251-270

9. The praise of Vajrayogini.

Author: Dipankara (Trans. Dipankara & Lotsawa Rinchen Zangpo)

pp 271-272

10. The powa teaching on white Ka Cho Ma.

Author: Lochen Gyurme Dechen

pp 273-276

11. The powa teachings on red Ka Cho Ma.

Author: Lama Rahula

pp 277-278

12. The Indian text on the story of Sukha Siddhi.

Author: various

pp 279-296

13. The lineage prayer of the six yogas of Sukha Siddhi called "Chariot of Great Bliss".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 297-314

14. The instructions from Sukha Siddhi and the teachings on the three nails.

Author: Sukha Siddhi Nyakton Dharmaprajna

pp 315-328

15. Introduction to the Mahamudra of Sukha Siddhi.

Author: Sukha Siddhi

pp 329-330

16. Niguma's lineage prayer.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 331-332

17. The lineage prayer of the six yogas of Niguma called "The Cloud of Blessings".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 333-334

18. The four deities into one practice from Sukha Siddhi's tradition called "Self-

Illuminating Wisdom".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 335-342

19. The instructions on the practices of the four deities into one from Sukha Siddhi's

tradition called "Radiating Wisdom".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 343-356

20. The guru yoga practice of Sukha Siddhi called "Wish-Fulfilling Jewel".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 357-388

21. The prayer of the wonderful lineage lamas of Sukha Siddhi called "Garland of

Udumbara".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 389-448

22. The story of the glorious guru called "Three of Devotion".

Author: Taranatha

pp 449-452

23. The additions to the prayer based on the life story of Jetsun Rinpoche called "Flower

of Devotion".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 453-456

24. The short lineage prayer of the six yogas of Niguma called "Showering of Great

Bliss".

Author: Khangra Dewe Dorje

pp 457-458

25. The sealed prayer of Niguma.

Author: Niguma

pp 459-462

26. The collection of Vajra words, Dohas and other songs of experience called "Ocean of

Blessings Meaningful to Hear".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 463-560

27. The practice of the five dakinis from the Shangpa tradition along with initiation.

Author: (Excerpted from "sgrub thabs rin chen 'byung gnas")

pp 561-568

28. The practice of making torma offering to the five dakinis of Shangpa tradition.

Author: (Excerpted from "sgrub thabs rin chen 'byung gnas")

pp 569-572

29. The practice of six-armed Mahakala with torma offering called "The Treasury House

of Accomplishments".

Author: Taranatha

pp 573-592

30. The elaborate torma offering practice to wisdom protector six-armed Mahakala with

additions and instructions called "Spontaneously Accomplishing Four Activities".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 593-622

31. The brief torma offering practice to six-armed Mahakala.

Author: Taranatha

pp 623-624

32. The collection of initiations and blessings of the six-armed Mahakala called "The

String of Cintamanis".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 625-738

33. The special initiation of six-armed Mahakala entering the heart called "Sealed with

Life".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 739-746

34. The guru yoga based on six-armed Mahakala entering the heart.

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 747-758

35. The investiture of blue and white six-armed Mahakala called "The Cloud of Well

Being".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 759-768

36. The manual for special initiation of great Shing Kyong Yab Yum.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 769-774

Volume Thirteen Pa

pp 1-454

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1. The text of Shi-je (Dam Cho Dungal Shi-je). The tantra of the secret unencompassed

by thought. A section called "The Essence of the Jewel".

Author: Pha Dampa Sangye

pp 1-38

2. The empowerment of earlier, middle and later Shi-je put into one text called

"Accomplished by Reading".

Author: Dharma Shri

pp 39-298

3. The lineage prayer of the three transmissions of Shi-je called "The Golden Rosary".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 299-310

4. All the instructions on earlier, middle and later Shi-je teachings collected together

called "The Quintessence of Nectar".

Author: Dharma Shri

pp 311-408

5. The instructions on the five paths of Shi-je originating from the noble siddha Pha

Dampa Sangye called "The Words of the Unstained Vision".

Author: Manju Gosha

pp 409-438

6. The advices of Dampa Sangye.

Author: Pha Dampa Sangye

pp 439-444

7. The heart advice heap of lotuses.

Author: Pha Dampa Sangye

pp 445-454

Volume Fourteen Pha

pp 1-446

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1. The Chod practice (Cutting the maras), the profound meaning of the Prajnaparamita.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 1-22

2. The commentary to the Chod, the profound meaning of the Prajnaparamita, root text

called "Inexhaustible Honey".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 23-52

3. The index of the great oral teachings of Chod.

Author: Karmapa Rangjung Dorje

pp 53-80

4. The earth increasing text called "The Treasure of Jewels" from the Chod instructions

called "Wisdom at the Tip of the Hair".

Author: Not mentioned-Machik Labdron

pp 81-100

5. The pith instructions on the Prajnaparamita questions and answers called "Refined

Oral Teachings".

Author: Not mentioned-Machik Labdron

pp 101-164

6. The sadhanas of Chod empowerment called "Opening the Sky" from the Gyal Tang

tradition written by Taranatha.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 165-172

7. The instructions on the profound "Cutting Trough the Maras" (Chod practice).

Author: Karmapa Rangjung Dorje

pp 173-184

8. The instructions on Chod called "The Essential Crucial Point".

Author: Taranatha

pp 185-200

9. The meditation instructions on the tsok offering of Chod practice "Possessing All the

Qualities", the exact words of the Lama called "Crystal Mirror".

Author: Tenzin Namdak (Zurmang)

pp 201-250

10. The profound Chod instructions called "Showering of All Wishes".

Author: Chakme Raga Ase

pp 251-278

11. The Chod series giving the body away practice called "The String of Pearls".

Author: Not mentioned

pp 279-296

12. The lineage instructions on the tsok of Chod practice "Source of All Goodness"

written down word by word.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 297-334

13. The distant lineage prayer.

Author: Machik Lapdron & Bengar Jampal Zangpo

pp 335-336

14. The Kagyu Chod tsok practice.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 337-340

15. The torma offering of the dakinis.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 341-352

16. How to practice the essence of the "Ocean of Chod Practice" in one-sitting, called

"Cream of the Profound".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 353-360

17. The empoweremnt of Chod called "Opening the Sky".

Author: Taranatha

pp 361-370

18. The fulfilment rituals of the Chod practices.

Author: Palden Rinchen

pp 371-386

19. The brief note on the offering of the body called "The Garden of All Joy".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 387-406

20. The Mahamudra Chod instructions called "Opening the Sky".

Author: Ratna Singha

pp 407-424

21. The guru yoga and offering practice to the lineages of Shi-je and Chod combined

called "Auspicious Essence of Waves".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 425-446

Volume Fifteen Ba

pp 1-626

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pp 1-4

1. The text of the Tantra and pith instructions of the six-branch vajra yoga (Jor Drug).

Author: Shavari Wangchuk & Pandita Maha Bibhutichandra

pp 1-14

2. The commentary of the six yogas of Kalachakra called "The Essence in Brief".

Author: Yumowa Mikyo Dorje

pp 15-24

3. The elaborate sadhana of nine deity Kalachakra.

Author: Taranatha

pp 25-46

4. The necessary offering rituals of Kalachakra.

Author: Taranatha

pp 47-104

5. The rituals of the higher empowerments of Kalachakra.

Author: Taranatha

pp 105-132

6. The instructions on the profound Dorje Naljor called "Meaningful to Behold".

Author: Taranatha (at age 40)

pp 134-232

7. The note on the signs for evaluation of the six yogas of Jor Drug.

Author: Taranatha

pp 233-268

8. Clearing the obstacles to the six yogas of Jor Drug.

Author: Tarantha

pp 269-314

9. The essence of the peerless mantra Dharma called "Profound Path of Extracting the

Essence".

Author: Tsewang Norbu (Dorje Palbar)

pp 315-326

10. The prayers to the lamas of the blessed oral tradition of profound vajra yoga, the ith

instructions of the primordial Buddha.

Author: Tsewang Norbu

pp 327-330

11. The prayer book of the Ngondro practice for the six yogas of Kalachakra called "The

Steps of the Union".

Author: Situ Pema Ninje

pp 331-344

12. The lineage prayer of Kalachakra from the Dro tradition called "The Great Vajra

Shower".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 345-370

13. The six yogas essence of the great siddha Peme Tso tradition.

Author: Druthop Peme Tso

pp 371-380

14. The instructions of six yogas from the Peme Tso tradition called "Opening Vajra

Words".

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 381-404

15. The instructions on the "Tip of the Tongue on the Palate" teachings called "The

Essence of Vajra Words".

Author: Pandita Nakyi Rinchen

pp 405-408

16. The instructions on the "Tip of the Tongue on the Palate" teachings called "The

Shortcut of Vajradhara".

Author: Pandita Nag-kyi Rinchen

pp 409-432

17. The commentary on the yoga exercises of the "Tip of the Tongue on the Palate"

teachings.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 433-438

18. The sadhana and initiation of Kalachakra co-emergent called "Accomplishing the

Essence".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 439-446

19. The guru yoga offering practice of the lineage of Kalachakra headed by Chogyal

Rigden called "The Great Light of Vajra Sun".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 447-480

20. The sadhana and initiation of the Tro Gyal Vajravega offering of Kalachakra.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 481-498

21. The main text of Dorje Sum Gyi Nyen Drub, the instructions of Drubchen Orgyenpa.

Author: Orgyenpa

pp 499-510

22. The commentary to the Nyen Drub called "Wish-fulfilling Jewel".

Author: Dawa Seng-ge

pp 511-574

23. The Ngondro practice Dorje Sum Gyi Nyen Drub, Practice of the Three Vajra.

Author: Dawa Seng-ge

pp 575-586

24. The practice of the complete Dorje Sum Gyi Nyen Drub, and instructions of Jang

Sem.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 587-602

25. The instructions of the Nyen Drub.

Author: Dawa Seng-ge

pp 603-618

26. The special prayers called "Starting with Gyalwa Gyatso".

Author: Taranatha

pp 619-626

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pp 1-619

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pp 1-3

1. The offering to the lama practice of all the eight practice lineages called: "The Source

of All the Blessing, Siddhis and Qualities".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 1-55

2. The empowerment of the eighty-four Siddhas called: "The Stream of Siddhas"

composed by Jamgon Kongtrul based on the Sonangpa masters.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 57-100

3. The prayer offering to the eighty-four Siddhas of India called: "The Source of All the

Siddhis".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 101-131

4. The guru yoga based on the Siddhas from Indian tradition called: " Swirling of the

Siddhis".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 133-148

5. The completion stage on the eighty-four Siddhas called: "The Jewel Rosary", the root

text and the commentary.

Author: Various Siddhas

pp 149-200

[The Six Teachings of Maitripa]

6. The practice of Chenrezik with the practice and empowerment manuals called: "The

Stream Of Great Compassion" by Naljorpa Eupa Dorje.

Author: Naljorpa Eupa Dorje

pp 201-228

7. Empowerment and showing the mandala rituals of Chenrezik.

Author: ?

pp 229-235

8. The initiation of Jambeyang..

Author: ?

pp 237-247

9. The initiation of Chana Dorje called: "The Source Of Blessings".

Author: Naljorpa Eupa Dorje

pp 249-257

10. The initiation of Tse-Pa-Me.

Author: ?

pp 259-268

11. The empowerment of Tara liberating from the eight fears.

Author: ?

pp 269-274

12. Initiation of Dzambala.

Author: Naljorpa Eupa Dorje

pp 275-283

13. The initiation of Dharma Protector Draklha Geunpo called: "Destroying the Force of

Obstacles".

Author: Naljorpa Tharpa Rinchen

pp 285-291

14. The graded path of Chenrezik practice vajra verses.

Author: Maitripa

pp 293-296

15. The practice of Chenrezik called: "The Stream of Nectar"

Author: Eupa Dorje

pp 297-320

16. The instructions on the graded path of Chenrezik practice called: 'The Festival of

Nectar".

Author: Eupa Dorje

pp 321-362

17. The graded path to enlightenment on Chenrezik practice, some branch instructions

called: "Golden Scalpel Jewel Lamp".

Author: Maitripa

pp 363-376

18. The instructions on the Jambeyang practice to increase wisdom called: "The Wheel

Ornament of Wisdom" (Rupa instructions) by Eupa Dorje.

Author: Eupa Dorje

pp 377-397

19. Chana Dorje instructions called: "Dispelling the Forces of Demon Radiation of Light"

(mind instruction) by Eupa Dorje.

Author: Eupa Dorje

pp 399-425

20. Tse-Pa-Me instructions called: " Accomplishing the Deathless Vajra Body" (quality

instructions) by Eupa Dorje.

Author: Eupa Dorje

pp 427-445

21. The instructions on Tara liberating from the eight fears called: "Crossing the Abyss"

(activity instructions) by Eupa Dorje.

Author: Eupa Dorje

pp 447-465

22. The instructions on Yellow Dzambala called: "The Rain of Siddhis" by Eupa Dorje.

Author: Naljorpa Eupa Dorje

pp 467-483

23. Prayer to the lineage lamas of Chenrezik practice called: "The Reservoir of Blessings".

Author: to do later

pp 485-488

24. The instructions on the practice of Dharma protector Draklha Geunpo by Naljor Girti

Raka.

Author: Naljor Girti Raka

pp 489-495

25. The instructions given by Chenrezik to Mitra Yogi on how to rest the mind.

Author: ?

pp 497-523

26. The commentary to the resting the mind Mahamudra instructions given by Chenrezik

to Mitra Yogi by Khyentse Wangpo.

Author: Khyentse Wangpo

pp 525-552

27. The Mahamudra resting your mind root text combined with quotations from the Sutras

by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo.

Author: Jamyamg Khyentse Wangpo

pp 553-599

28. The lineage lama prayer of resting your mind..

Author: ?

pp 601-602

29. The addition of eight lamas in the guru yoga practice.

Author: ?

pp 603-604

30. The instructions on the three essential points. The vajra roo text given by Mitra Yogi.

Author:

pp 605-618

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pp 1-470

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pp 1-2

1. The lineage prayer of experiential instructions on the Chenrezi practice from the Kyer

Gang tradition.

Author: Need to check

pp 1-20

2. The lineage prayer of Chenrezi practice from the Gelongma Palmo tradition.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 21-26

3. Experiential instructions on the Chenrezi practice.

Author: Pema Karpo

pp 27-38

4. The lineage prayer of experiential instructions of the Chenrezi practice from the Da

Gyal tradition.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 39-42

5. The lineage prayer of Chenrezi practice from the Gyalpo tradition.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 43-52

6. The text of the practice of the six syllable mantra which has the essence of the great

siddhi Thangton Gyalpo's actual meeting with Chenrezi.

Author: Thangton Gyalpo

pp 53-72

7. The instructions on Mahamudra from the tradition of Kunkyen Bodongpa called "The

Nectar-Essence Words of the Accomplished".

Author: Manju Gosha

pp 73-98

8. The Ngondro prayer text of the Mahamudra Lhenchig Chejor and Mahamudra Zab Sal

Nyi Me together called "Dispelling the Darkness" from the Bodongpa tradition.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 99-114

9. The distant lineage prayer of Mahamudra Zab Sal Nyi Me from the Bodongpa

tradition called "Bestowing the Supreme Wisdom".

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 115-118

10. The instructions on the seven day tummo practice from the tradition of Bodong

Rechen Plajor Zangpo called "The Words of the Lama".

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 119-132

11. The practice text of Chod of the great Muni (Sutrayana Chod) from the Bodongpa

tradition.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 133-144

12. From the nine profound dharmas of Kunkyen Bodonpa, the instructions on the Chos of

the great Muni called "The Quintessence of the Profound".

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 145-166

13. The seven day tummo practice, the three sections of prayers, Ngondro and main text

put together.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 167-174

14. The history and instructions of Powa from the Rechen Paljor Zangpo tradition.

Author: Not mentioned Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye?

pp 175-184

15. The collection of instructions on Powa given to his mother by Kunkyen Rongtonpa.

Author: Jampa Trinley Yonten

pp 185-206

16. The heart instructions of Drubchen Shiwa Bepa coming from seven lineages called

"The Good Vajra Path".

Author: Shiwa Bepa & Taranatha

pp 207-218

17. The instructions from six lineages called "The Words of the Siddhas of India".

Author: Yeshe Gyaltso

pp 219-296

18. The lineage prayer of the profound instructions coming from six lineages called "The

String of Pearls".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 297-302

19. The five satges insstructions on Chu Len (living on extracted essence).

Author: Gendun Gyatso

pp 303-310

20. The intruction on Water Chu Len called "The Stream of Accomplished Vidyadharas".

Author: Yeshe Dondup Tenpe Gyaltsen

pp 311-318

21. The essential instructions on the oral tradition of Pebble Chu Len and Flower Chu

Len.

Author: Choying Dechen Tsomo

pp 319-330

22. The seven days long-life practice called "Extracting the Nectar-Essence of

Deathlessness".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 331-338

23. The sadhana of Tsug Tor Namgyelma nine deities with initiation derived from the

Drub Thab Rin Jung collection.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 339-350

24. The sadhana of Namgyalma nine deities with bumpa practice.

Author: Taranatha

pp 351-376

25. The special sadhana and offering practice of White Tara Yi Shin Khorlo called "The

Lake of the Nectar of deathlessness".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 377-408

26. The lineage prayer of White Tara Yi Shin Korlo.

Author: Manju Gosha

pp 409-410

27. The especially profound instructions on White Tara Yi Shin Khorlo called "Words of

the Blissful Lord Giving the Fresh Breeze of Long Life".

Author: Vagindra Susiddhi

pp 411-440

28. The essentialized version of the instructions on White Tara Yi Shin Khorlo long-life

practice called "The Stream of Moonlight".

Author: Kunlo (Sakyawa Kunga Lodro)

pp 441-450

29. Based on the guru yoga of three deities of long life, a ritual to generate the two

accumulations called "The Celebration of Attaining Deathlessness".

Author: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo

pp 451-470

Volume Eighteen Tsha

pp 1-630

0. Content

pp 1-2

1. Some clarifications on the names of the lineage prayer of the one hundred and eight

instructions of Jonang.

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 1-38

2. The up-to-date addition to the lineage prayer of the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Losal Tenkyong

pp 39-40

3. The long-life prayer giving the origin of the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 41-46

4. The general introduction to the one hundred and eight instructions called "The

Wonders of Many Doors of the Dharma".

Author: Drolchok

pp 47-66

5. The history of the lineage of the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Not mentioned

pp 67-98

6. The additional up-to-date history of the lineage of the one hundred and eight

instructions.

Author: Taranatha

pp 99-116

7. The common Ngondro practice to the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Kunga Drolchok?

pp 117-120

8. The special Ngondro practice to the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Kunga Drolchok?

pp 121-126

9. The text of the one hundred and eight instructions called "Wonderful Magical Key".

Author: Kunga Drolchok?

pp 127-354

10. The index of the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Kunga Drolchok?

pp 355-362

11. The list of the one hundred and eight instructions.

Author: Kunga Drolchok?

pp 363-374

12. How to give the Poti (book) empowerment of the one hundred and eight instructions

noted down according to the lama's word called "The Casket of Blessings".

Author: Losal Tenkyong

pp 375-380

13. The content of the Treasury of Instructions, the essence of the empowerments and

instructions of the eight practice lineages collected together called "The Ocean of

Auspicious Waves".

Author: Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

pp 381-548

14. The colophon of the publisher.

Author: Karma Tashi Chopel

pp 549-554

15. The vinaya rituals and activities called "Meaningful to Behold".

Author: Karma Trinlepa

Author: 555-630


SARVA MANGALAM!


30th of the 8th month of the Year of the Earth Hare


Translated from the Tibetan by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche in Halscheid, Germany, October 1999.


Source for the Tibetan text: Nitartha International


Editors: Karma Parchin Thondrub & Cait Collins


"May virtue increase"


Translator's note: Throughout this work the Tibetan word jenang (rje gnang) ha been

translated as 'initiation', while the word wang (dbang) has been translated as 'empowerment'.


The lineage of transmission of The Treasury of Knowledge


1. Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

2. 11th Situpa Pema Wangchog Gyalpo

3. 16th Karmapa Rangjung Rigpai Dorje

4. 12th Gyaltsab Rinpoche Karma Dakpa Tenpa Yarpel Migyur Gocha Thinley

Kunchab Palzangpo