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    LAMA CHPA SADHANA

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    LAMA CHPA SADHANA

    CONTENTS Page

    A. THE PRELIMINARY PRACTICE ......................... 7VISUALISATION ...................................................... 7THE SEVEN LIMB PUJA ......................................... 71 Entreating ......................................................................... 72 Prostration ........................................................................ 73 Offering ............................................................................ 84 Confessing ....................................................................... 85 Rejoicing .......................................................................... 86 Requesting ....................................................................... 97 Dedication ........................................................................ 9SHORT MANDALA OFFERING ............................. 10Lama Tsong Khapa and His Two Spiritual Sons, KhedrupJe and Gyeltsap Je ............................................................ 11PURIFICATION YOGA ........................................... 12TAKING REFUGE .................................................. 13GENERATING BODHICITTA ................................. 13BLESSING THE INNER OFFERINGS ................... 14B. THE ACTUAL PRACTICE. ................................ 15VISUALISATION OF THE FIELD OF MERIT ......... 15INVOCATION ......................................................... 18

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    THE SEVEN LIMBS ............................................... 191 Prostration ...................................................................... 19Prostration to the Guru as Sambhogakaya ..................... 19Prostration to the Guru as Nirmanakaya ......................... 19Prostration to the Guru as Dharmakaya .......................... 19Prostration to the Guru as the Manifestation of the Triple Gem20Prostration to the Guru as the Manifestation of all theBuddhas of the Ten Directions ........................................ 202 Offering .......................................................................... 20Outer Offerings ................................................................. 20The four waters ............................................................... 20Flowers, incense, light, perfume, food and music .......... 21The five sense objects .................................................... 21The mandala ................................................................... 22Offering of practice .......................................................... 22Inner Offering ................................................................... 23Secret Offering ................................................................. 23Suchness Offering ............................................................ 23Offering of Medicines and Service ................................... 243 Confession of Non-Virtue ............................................... 244 Rejoicing in Virtue .......................................................... 245 Requesting Teachings ................................................... 256 Requesting the Guru to stay .......................................... 257 Dedication of Merits ....................................................... 25MAKING REQUESTS ............................................ 26Requesting by thinking of the Gurus good qualities ........ 26His good qualities according to the Vinaya ...................... 26His good qualities according to the common Mahayanateachings .......................................................................... 26His qualities according to the Vajrayana teachings ......... 26Requesting by remembering the Gurus kindness ........... 26The Guru is kinder than all the Buddhas ......................... 26He is even kinder than Shakyamuni Buddha ................... 27Even his relatives, animals, etc. are a higher object ofoffering than all the Buddhas ........................................... 27Requesting by expressing the Gurus outer, inner, secretand suchness qualities ...................................................... 27His outer qualities ............................................................. 27His inner qualities ............................................................. 28His secret qualities ........................................................... 28His suchness qualities ...................................................... 28Special One-Pointed Request .......................................... 28Receiving the Blessing of the Four Initiations .................. 29Requests to the Guru ........................................................ 30

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    THE TSOK OFFERING .......................................... 31Blessing the inner offerings and offering objects ............. 31Presentation of the Tsok Offering ..................................... 32Offering the Tsok to the Master ........................................ 34The Masters Reply ........................................................... 34Song of the Spring Queen ................................................ 35Distributing the leftovers from the Tsok-Offering .............. 38THE WAY TO RECEIVE BLESSINGS BY DEVELOP-ING ONES MIND THROUGH MEDITATION ON THEENTIRE MAHAYANA PATH .................................. 41The way to devote oneself to ones Guru as the Root of thePath to Enlightenment ...................................................... 41The way to develop ones mind after having made Gurudevotions ........................................................................... 41The way to develop the mind on the common Path ........ 41The way to develop the mind on the common Path of theperson of initial-level motivation ...................................... 41Expanding ones mind in the interest of future lives ...... 41Finding the means for happiness in future lives ............ 41The way to develop the mind on the common Path of theperson of intermediate-level motivation .......................... 42Developing interest for Liberation .................................. 42The way of training oneself to attain Liberation ............. 42The way to develop the mind on the Path of the person ofadvanced-level motivation ............................................... 42The way to develop Bodhicitta ....................................... 42The way to develop Compassion, the foundation of theMahayana ...................................................................... 42The way to meditate on the exchange of self and othersthrough the Seven-Point Training of the Mind. ............. 43In the Second Point of the Mind-Training, the way ofgenerating Conventional Bodhicitta .............................. 43The way of developing Equanimity between self andothers ........................................................................... 43Exchange of self for others .......................................... 43Contemplating the faults of the self-cherishing attitude 43Contemplating the advantages of caring for others .... 43Exchanging the attitudes of self-cherishing andcherishing others ......................................................... 44Taking and Giving ....................................................... 44

    The Third to Seventh Points of the Seven-Point Mind-Training ......................................................................... 44The way to meditate on the Supreme Wish and the

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    Produced by

    Dharma Therapy Trustunder the guidance of

    Venerable Gesh Damch Ynten

    October 1994

    Proceeds from sales of this publication are used to support themonks at Drepung Loseling Monastic College, Mundgod, India

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    development of Bodhicitta ........................................... 45The way to take the vows of the Wishing and ActualBodhicittas .................................................................... 46

    The way of practising the Perfections after developingBodhicitta ........................................................................ 46The way to engage in the general practice ofBodhisattvas .................................................................. 46The Perfection of Generosity ........................................ 46The Perfection of Morality ............................................. 46The Perfection of Patience ........................................... 46The Perfection of Enthusiastic Perseverance .............. 47The Perfection of Concentration ................................... 47The Perfection of Wisdom ............................................ 47The Space-like Concentration on Voidness in themeditation period ......................................................... 47The Illusion-like Concentration on Voidness in the post-meditation period .............