This prayer by Padmasambhava is in the book, The Seven Chapters of Prayer.» Read more
When Guru Rinpoche was leaving Tibet for the island of the rakshasas his disciple, Prince Mutri Tsanpo, made a lamentful request for him to stay. Padmasambhava responded by giving him The Prayer which Quickly Fulfils all our Wishes.» Read more
This prayer, often referred to as ‘Tsik Dun Sol Deb’ is recited at least three times: firstly to evoke Guru Rinpoche, then to welcome him and thirdly to receive his blessing.» Read more
Bardo indicates an interlude, an intermission, a moment or period occurring between other, different, moments or periods. The six bardos are: the bardos of the nature of birth; of dream; of meditation; of death; of actuality and of becoming.» Read more
This is a terma treasure that was taught by C. R. Lama as a protection from pestilence and plague.» Read more
This text comes from Nuden Dorje, the first incarnation of my own teacher, C R Lama. We believe that Nuden Dorje was himself an incarnation of one of the close disciples of Padmasambhava, and that Padmasambhava came directly from the pure heart of Amitabha.
Buddhist texts often include a history of how the text arose, from whom, where and when. To say that a text came directly from Padmasambhava or from the mind of another great teacher, what does this mean? Why should we trust it? Who should we trust? You come here and I am telling you a lot of things. Why should you trust me? If you trust there is a chance you will be cheated, but if you don’t trust it’s difficult to proceed.