A Practice of the Meaning of the Four Causes for Rebirth in Sukhāvatī, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché, Jamyang Namgyel Gyamts’o

"The practice of the four causes for rebirth in Sukhāvatī, for those who wish to be reborn in Sukhāvatī [the Pure Land of Amitābha Buddha], is as follows."

The Water Offering of a Treasure Trove of Ambrosial Nectar: A Treasure Teaching of Düdjom Lingpa

The Water Offering of a Treasure Trove of Ambrosial Nectar: ༔ From The Treasury of the Expansive Sky of Dharmatā ༔ (chos nyid nam mkha'i klong mdzod las/ chu sbyin bdud rtsi gter mdzod bzhugs so) [A Treasure Teaching (gter ma) of Düdjom Lingpa (bdud 'joms gling pa, 1835-1904)] Translated from the Tibetan by Erick Tsiknopoulos

The Water Offering of All-Pervading Ambrosial Nectar: A Treasure Teaching of Düdjom Lingpa

The Water Offering of All-Pervading Ambrosial Nectar: ༔ From The Treasury of the Expansive Sky of Dharmatā ༔ (chos nyid nam mkha'i klong mdzod las/ chu sbyin bdud rtsi kun khyab bzhugs so) [A Treasure Teaching (gter ma) of Düdjom Lingpa (bdud 'joms gling pa, 1835-1904)]

The Tibetan Lotus Sutra Project: First Preview of Chapter 13, ‘Living in Happiness’

You can also read this on the official website for the project at: http://tibetanlotussutra.blogspot.in/2015/01/first-preview-of-chapter-13-living-in.html Then, Mañjuśrīkumārabhūta spoke the following words to the Bhagavān: “Bhagavān, the devoted enthusiasm for the Bhagavān by these Bodhisattva-Mahāsattvas is an act of difficulty, an act of extreme difficulty, indeed. Bhagavān, how should these Bodhisattva-Mahasatttvas, in later times, in later ages, fully … Continue reading The Tibetan Lotus Sutra Project: First Preview of Chapter 13, ‘Living in Happiness’

The Tibetan Lotus Sutra Project: Preview 1 of Chapter Ten, ‘The Dharma Teacher’

You can also read this on the official website at: http://tibetanlotussutra.blogspot.com/2015/01/first-preview-of-chapter-10-dharma.html Then, the Bhagavān gave teaching to the eighty thousand Bodhisattvas such as Bodhisattva Medicine King in the following words: “King of Medicine! Do you see amongst the assembly those gods, nāgas, yakṣas, kinnaras, mahoragas, humans and non-humans, monks, nuns, laymen and laywomen, many of … Continue reading The Tibetan Lotus Sutra Project: Preview 1 of Chapter Ten, ‘The Dharma Teacher’