Dam Ngak Dzo

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Dam Ngak Dzo

Postby heart » Sun Jan 23, 2011 5:25 pm

I recently found this excellent site on the Dam Ngak Dzo "Treasury of Oral Instructions.", a collection of empowerment's, texts and sadhanas with the essential teachings of the Eight Practice Lineages.

http://dnz.tsadra.org/index.php/Main_Page

I had the good fortune to receive parts of this from Thrangu Rinpoche many years ago and I have been searching for an index of the texts and empowerment's I received at that time. I was very happy to see that Ringu Tulku created such an index in English that is available here http://gdamsngagmdzod.tsadra.org/images ... ontent.pdf

I thought maybe someone else wanted this as bad a s I wanted it.

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You will be carried away by the enemy of thoughts, like a small child in a battle field.
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That long will you not recognize the view of the innermost secret heart-essence."

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Re: Dam Ngak Dzo

Postby conebeckham » Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:07 pm

Man, thank you SO much for that! I was looking for something you pointed me to--I have it in paper, but my volumes are in my shrine and I have been putting off taking them down from the shelf......your link provided me an easy way to get there--and the whole texts are there! That's amazing, and I can't believe I've missed it before.
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Re: Dam Ngak Dzo

Postby Josef » Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:28 pm

This is awesome.
Thanks Magnus!


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