Wylie:Khrid brgya'i pod dbang byed tshul bla ma'i zhal shes yi ger bkod pa byin rlabs kyi za ma tog
khrid brgya'i pod dbang byed tshul bla ma'i zhal shes yi ger bkod pa byin rlabs kyi za ma tog
A Cornucopia of Blessings Documenting the Oral Instructions of my Teacher Concerning the Method for the Conferral of Empowerments in respect of the Volume Containing the Hundred and Eight Guidebooks
Although Kunga Drolchok had remarked that guidance should be given according to the individual guidebooks after the empowerments of Hevajra and so forth, had been conferred, in later times only the chanting of the scriptural transmission survived. For this reason, Katok Tsewang Norbu during the eighteenth century introduced the so-called “empowerment of the book” which transfers the blessings of the anthology—the actual volume containing the One Hundred and Eight Guidebooks. The liturgical arrangement for this empowerment ceremony, which is the subject of this final chapter, was composed by Losal Tenkyong of Zhalu during the nineteenth century.
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- Note from Ringu Tulku
- 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".
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