A Daily Practice of Vajrasattva by Jamgön Kongtrül the Great


Jamgön Kongtrül extracted and arranged this daily practice text from The Heart Practice of Vajrasattva, a terma of Terdak Lingpa. After the Vidyadhara’s parinirvana in 1987, it was translated and practiced at the request of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. In particular, it was used in the practice of making tsatsas, small sculptures that contained ash relics of the Vidyadhara. Jamgön Kongtrül’s composition has been supplemented with several short liturgies in order to provide a more complete sadhana. A practice commentary is also included.
     This text is restricted to vajrayana practitioners who have received the Vajrasattva abhisheka or a reading transmission of this text.

35 pp. (2nd ed., 2022) [requires abhisheka or lung]

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