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Chod Practice Manual and Commentary by Thekchok Dorje, Jamgon Kongtrul

By Thekchok Dorje, Jamgon Kongtrul

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By this merit may we become omniscient; from this attainment, after defeating evil faults through the endless storm of birth, old age, sickness, and death, may we liberate all beings from the suffering in the three worlds. I dedicate all this merit that I may follow in the footsteps of the heroic Mañjushri who knows, and those of Küntuzangpo, too. By this virtue may all beings perfect the accumulations of merit and wisdom, and, arising from merit and wisdom, obtain the two sacred bodies. By the blessing of the three bodies of the Buddhas being pleased, by the blessing of the truth of the Dharma itself being unchanging, by the blessing of the wishes of the Sangha being unwavering, may this dedication prayer be fulfilled.

The guests of the family of obstructors who collect karmic debts—the eight classes of gods and cannibal demons; the 8 Those who possess the high qualities of enlightened beings, and also protect the qualities of enlightenment in others. commentary to the chöd practice : 39 lords of [karmic] debt and vicious revenge;9 and the six types of guests of compassion—gods, jealous gods, etc. 10 Light radiates from the three syllables at the three places of each of the deities. , wisdom beings] are invoked, each dissolving into each [of the samaya beings].

Superior Faculty Transference For the third: All phenomena, condensed into samsara and nirvana, are none other than self-aware bodhicitta. Those who are certain of the primordial nonbecoming of the three times—which is none other than the immensity of the Mother, beyond thought and expression—should always remain in the equipoise of the unchangeable wisdom mind, the clear emptiness which is the essence of awareness. This is “Opening the Door of the Sky,” the king of all transferences, the meaning of the wisdom mind of the Mother; the actual, genuine Holy Dharma; the final meaning of the doctrine of cutting off the object—the demons.

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