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Revision as of 19:27, 26 July 2012

Pacification and Severance - ཞི་བྱེད་དང་གཅོད་
Volume #: 014 (ཕ་)

Table of Contents

  1. Source Texts for Severance Practice: The Object of Severing Devils, The Profound Meaning of the Perfection of Wisdom
    1. Aryadeva's Grand Poem: Esoteric Instructions on the Perfection of Wisdom by Āryadeva the Brahmin. Translated by Sarah Harding.
    2. The Great Bundle of Precepts. The Source Esoteric Instruction on Severance, the Profound Perfection of Wisdom by Machik Lapdrön. Translated by Sarah Harding.
    3. Heart Essence of Profound Meaning: The Quintessence of all Source Texts and Esoteric Instructions of Severance, the Perfection of Wisdom by Jamyang Gönpo. Translated by Sarah Harding.
    4. Pure Honey: A Commentary on the Source Text of Severance, "Esoteric Instructions on the Perfection of Wisdom" by Drung Sarupa Kunga Namgyal. Translated by Sarah Harding.
    5. The Great Bundle of Precepts on Severance Outline by Lord Rangjung Dorje. Translated by Sarah Harding.
  2. Hairtip of Wisdom: A Precious Treasury that spreads the Source Text of Severance, "Esoteric Instructions on the Perfection of Wisdom"
  3. Further Answers to Questions [that clarify] Doubts about the "Esoteric Instructions on the Perfection of Wisdom"
    1. One's Own Doubts about The Object of Severing Devils, the "Esoteric Instructions on the Perfection of Wisdom"
    2. The Eight Branches in Common
    3. The Eight Branches that are not in Common
    4. The Difference in the Eight Branches
  4. The Ritual that Opens the Sky Door: The Gyal Tang Tradition's Empowerment for Severance
  5. Profound: Guidance on the Object of Severing Devils

References