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Has this text been translated publicly in English?

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 8:00 pm 
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Jikan wrote:
Has this text been translated publicly in English?

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No, I do not think so. The Tibetan is quite difficult and obscure in places.

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Malcolm wrote:
No, I do not think so. The Tibetan is quite difficult and obscure in places.


Thanks, Malcolm. You wouldn't know the text is so from the recent webcast on it, which has been absolutely lucid & accessible.

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Jikan wrote:
Malcolm wrote:
No, I do not think so. The Tibetan is quite difficult and obscure in places.


Thanks, Malcolm. You wouldn't know the text is so from the recent webcast on it, which has been absolutely lucid & accessible.



Rinpoche did not, and almost never does, literally translate the text. But of course he is lucid and accessible.

The text itself, however is not really not.

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Malcolm wrote:
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No, I do not think so. The Tibetan is quite difficult and obscure in places.


Thanks, Malcolm. You wouldn't know the text is so from the recent webcast on it, which has been absolutely lucid & accessible.



Rinpoche did not, and almost never does, literally translate the text. But of course he is lucid and accessible.

The text itself, however is not really not.


Yes, I take your word for it on the textual issues.

I just find it worth remarking (or that it bears repeating) that ChNN is an exceptionally capable teacher in what must be his fifth or sixth language.

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Where is this text located?


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ngodrup wrote:
Where is this text located?


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It is Upadesha no. 44 from the collection of 119 Upadeshas (partially included in the Bima Nyinghtik).


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mutsuk wrote:
It is Upadesha no. 44 from the collection of 119 Upadeshas (partially included in the Bima Nyinghtik).


Do you have a location for the rest?

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Malcolm wrote:
mutsuk wrote:
It is Upadesha no. 44 from the collection of 119 Upadeshas (partially included in the Bima Nyinghtik).


Do you have a location for the rest?

Are you guys saying that khyung chen mkah' lding or the Upadeshas are partially included?
(was thinking the latter but not sure)

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Malcolm wrote:
mutsuk wrote:
It is Upadesha no. 44 from the collection of 119 Upadeshas (partially included in the Bima Nyinghtik).


Do you have a location for the rest?

Except for those included in the Bima Nyingthik, no.


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Pero wrote:
Are you guys saying that khyung chen mkah' lding or the Upadeshas are partially included?
(was thinking the latter but not sure)

The entire collection of the 119 Precepts is not available, except of those of the precepts that are included in the Bima Nyingthik. The lists we have of these sometimes contains 121 titles, others 117, etc.


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JLA just told me some have been identified outside the Bima Nyingthik, like the khregs-chod bdun-pa (which was identified by Norbu Rinpoche).


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mutsuk wrote:
JLA just told me some have been identified outside the Bima Nyingthik, like the khregs-chod bdun-pa (which was identified by Norbu Rinpoche).



Yes, I am aware of the khregs chod bdun pa.

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FYI

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