Silent Bob wrote:
Over the years, my teacher, Thrangu Rinpoche, has taught extensively on the Aspiration of Mahamudra Prayer and while he may
have given a lung
for the text at some point, I really don't recall whether he did or not. I should mention that while he is still a stickler about having students practice in Tibetan, he must have made an exception for the Prayer of MM, because the group recitation has always been in English. The text is quite long, you know, and the efficacy of having students recite a philosophically subtle work in a language they don't understand is questionable at best.
In answer to your question, though, I've searched through my library and in Thrangu Rinpoche's website <rinpoche.com> and haven't found the Tibetan transliteration you're looking for. If you're interested, there is a longish commentary on the text by Situ Rinpoche in Shenpen Osel online magazine, Vol 2, number 1: http://www.shenpen-osel.org/
Thrangu Rinpoche is, quite simply, a powerhouse, I spent the best part of two weeks locked in a small shrine room with TR and about two dozen other people receiving all the Kamtsang 3 year retreat Wangs and Lungs (which I haven't completed btw) It was intense to say the least. I also got these transmissions in a similar fashion from my main Guru, Mingyur Rinpoche a couple of years later and it felt like a much more relaxed affair.
Anyway, back on topic....about 10 years ago I was at Sherab Ling for Tai Situpas 50th birthday and our group, from Samye Ling, got a private 3 day teaching on the Mahamudra prayer of Rangjung Dorje in the Choten Lhakhang. Tai Situpa was immense, at the end of the 3 days he sang the prayer to us and said we coud consider that the Lung for it.
But the really amazing thing was the dedication he made at the end, he said 'From the bottom of my heart I pray that through this merit each and everyone of you attain complete and perfect Buddhahood, and I sincerely pray that when you give your first teaching to liberate sentient beings I (Tai Situpa) am fortunate enough to be present in the audience to hear them!'
Everyone was very moved and many tears were shed, he is an amazing master.