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རྟོག་པ་བརྗོད་པ་སུམ་བཅུ་པ་
rtog pa brjod pa sum bcu pa
Thirty Verses Expressing Realization

Damngak Dzö Volume 16 (མ་) / Pages 509-512 / Folios 7a2 to 8b1


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Note from Ringu Tulku
The Instructions Given by Chenrezik to Mitra Yogi on How to Rest the Mind.
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