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Thumi dgongs gter
Dorrje Wangchuk Kharto
|LC Classifications||PL3621 .K48|
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|Pagination||309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||79907310|
Sublime Dharma: Quintessential Instructions on the Breakthrough and Direct Crossing-Over Stages of Dzogchen is a compilation of two works composed by two of the greatest Dzogchen masters of Tibetan Buddhism in recent history, Dudjom Lingpa () and his subsequent incarnation, Dudjom Rinpoche (). 'Jam mgon kong sprul blo gros mtha' yas. Gter ston brgya rtsa. In Rin chen gter mdzod chen mo v.1 pp. Paro: Ngodrup and Sherab Drimay, p. 'Jigs med gling pa mkhyen brtse 'od zer. Yul lho rgyud du byung ba'i rdzogs chen pa rang byung rdo rje mkhyen brtse'i 'od zer gyi rnam par thar pa legs byas yongs 'du'i snye ma.
However, most of the Tertons (gter-ston), or discoverers of hidden treasure texts, were simple illiterates and not learned scholars. They could have hardly composed these texts. On Bonpo Terma discoveries, see Karmay, Treasury (). 4. There are three principal biographies or hagiographies of Tonpa Shenrab in the Bon tradition. Shes bya’i gter bum (A5 size, softcover) 1. Sa skya Paṇḍi ta (–). Phyogs thams cad las rnam par rgyal ba chen po ’jam mgon sa skya paṇḍi ta kun dga’ rgyal mtshan dpal bzang po’i zhabs kyi gsung rab glegs bam gnyis pa las tshad ma rigs pa’i gter. Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, pp., ISBN
dgongs gter - mind treasure, profound and visionary concealed teachings, mind dharma treasures, treasury of the mind, spontaneous appearance of teachings that were concealed in the transmigrating principle of associates of Padmasambhava for propagation by future emanations, mind termas, spiritual mind treasure, mental treasures [JV]. bdud 'dul rdo rje. bka' rdzogs pa chen po'i dam chos dgongs pa yongs 'dus las man ngag sna tshogs gter gyi bum pa. In Rin chen gter mdzod chen mo pod zhe gsum pa (The Great Treasury of Rediscovered Teachings Volume 43) by 'jam mgon kong sprul, New Delhi: Shechen Publications, Author Bdud 'dul rdo rje.
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The present book is, after Hackett’s Tibetan Verb Lexicon, another attempt to gather known information about Tibetan verbs in one reference work. Thumi dgongs gter book compilation is pri- D. Kharto Thumi dgongs gter (DK), Bsam gtan Dag yig gsar bsgrigs (DS), and Zhang Yisun Bod rgya tshig mdzod chen mo (TC).
The two primary modes of Treasure discovery are the unearthing of what is usually a fragmentary text buried in the ground, statue, or monastery wall (sa gter); and the finding of such a text buried in one's mind (dgongs gter). In both cases, the discoverer claims that the item found had previously been hidden in that very place at some point in.
gter mdzod kar gling zhi khro Location Volume 3, T Pages Cycle Zab chos zhi khro dgongs pa rang grol: Authored by karma gling pa: Revealed by karma gling pa: Colophon གྲུབ་ཐོབ་ཀརྨ་གླིང་པས་གཏེར་ནས་གདན་དྲངས་པའོ།།.
Dudjom Jigdral Yeshe Dorje (Tibetan: བདུད་འཇོམས་འཇིགས་བྲལ་ཡེ་ཤེས་རྡོ་རྗེ།, Wylie: bdud 'joms 'jigs bral ye shes rdo rje, THL Düjom Jikdrel Yéshé Dorjé) (–17 January ), was the second Dudjom was recognized as a direct rebirth of Dudjom Lingpa (–) and was also later appointed the first.
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By using LibraryThing you acknowledge that. W LCCN number of volumes: 2 bla ma dgongs 'dus kyi sgrub skor (bla ma dgons 'dus kyi sgrub skor: the two volume liturgical arrangement of the revelations of the great gter-chen sangs-rgyas-glin-pa, The Tibetan Book of the Dead, This form of revelatory transmission is called a "mind treasure" or gongter (dgongs gter).
In most cases of this type of revelation, the original holder of the doctrine (e.g., Dampa Rangdröl), through special esoteric powers, conceals the teaching in the mind of a chosen disciple, where it remains hidden until. The shorter near lineage (nye-brgyud) of treasure texts (gter-ma, "terma") comprises texts planted either in a physical location (sa-gter), such as inside a pillar of a temple, or in the minds of disciples (dgongs-gter).
The early Indian and Tibetan masters who brought the. Mind treasures (dgongs gter). These were concealed by Padmasambhava in the mind-stream of the treasure revealer.
They surge clearly in the terton’s mind at the appropriate time by the power of Padmasambhava prayers, with no physically manifested scroll or treasure. Many of the Drung texts could be categorized as Mind Ter (dGongs gTer), [xiv] messages concealed in the enlightened nature of a realized mind and discovered through the power of enlightened wisdom.
Among their discoverers are great adepts such as Do Khyentse () and celebrated scholars such as Mipham Namgyal (). So both the Khandro Nyingthig and the Vima Nyingthig were within the mindstream of Jigme Lingpa and were realised by him as 'mind ter' or 'mind terma' (Wylie: dgongs-gter.The Terma Treasures can be divided in two categories: material, or “earth Treasures” (sa gter), namely religious scrolls or books but also ritual implements that Padmasambhava and his disciples concealed in geographical locales; and “mind Treasures” (dgongs gter), which are teachings impressed in the natural state of the disciples.sa gter).
They may include symbolic inscriptions that the revealer must decode—often a difficult challenge. Treasures secreted in the mindstreams of Padmasambhava’s close disciples, awaiting the optimal time to be disclosed to their hosts, are called mind treasures (Tib.