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Short description

Robert Warren Clark, Ph.D. Tibetan Studies - University of Virginia 1994. Presently the Coordinator of Tibetan Language Program, Stanford University

Main teachers

Geshe Dawa Zangbo, Khenzur Yeshe Thupten, Geshe Jambel Thardo, Lozang Jamspal, Ph.D., Sogan Rinpoche (Tulku Pema Lodoe, Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche, Kyabje Deshung Rinpoche, Kyabje Mindroling Khenchen Rinpoche, Drikung Drupon Kuncho Samden.

Published Works

(1) Tibet: Treasures from the Roof of the World. By Robert Warren Clark, Terese Bartholomew and Patricia Burger.

      Santa Ana: Bowers, 2003. ISBN 0-9679612-4-6
(2) "The Treasures of Buddhist Tibet" by Robert Warren Clark. Hong Kong: Arts of Asia, December 2003.
(3)  "The Tethong Portraits of the Eighty Four Mahasiddhas"  by Robert Warren Clark. 
       Hong Kong: Orientations , September 2003.
(4)  Gendun Tsering of Gyuto: An Autobiography of Tantric Lama of Modern Tibet. Translated and edited 
       by Robert Warren Clark. San Rafael: Society for Gyuto Sacred Arts, 2002 .
(5)  Samden Tharchin: An Autobiography of a Gyuto Lama. Translated and edited by Robert Warren Clark. 
        San Rafael: Society for Gyuto Sacred Arts,  2001 .

(6) Swift Salvation: The Mystic Key to the Accomplishment of Píowa. Compiled by Sogan Rinpoche,

     Pema Lodoe. Translated and edited by Robert Warren Clark. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2000.

(7) The Practice of Mahamudra by Drikung K. Chetsang Rinpoche . Translated by Robert Warren Clark.

       New York: Snow Lion, 1999.

(8) Art of the Qianlong Emperor . Contributing author. London: Asian Art Gallery Publications, 1998.

(9) Samsara Guru-Psychopathology and Evil in the Buddhism of India and Tibet. Ph.D. Dissertation.

      University of Virginia, 1994. University Microfilms

(10) Mantravatara of Jnanakara. Oral commentary by Ven. Doboom Tulku. Translated and edited

         by Robert Warren Clark. Journal of Religious Studies, (Punjabi University: Patiala, 1980) 
          Vol. VIII, No. 2.

(11) Skhalitapramathana Yukti Hetu Siddhi of Aryadeva. Oral commentary by Ven. Lozang Jamspal.

           Translated and edited by Robert Warren Clark. The Tibet Journal , Library of Tibetan Works and 
           Archives: Dharamsala. Vol. 4, No. 2, Summer 1979.

(12) The Lamp that Illuminates the Sublime Thought by Nyala Pema Dudul. A commentary on the

          Preliminary Practices of the Secret Lineage of the Profound Dharma of the All Pervading Natural
          Liberation from Vol. 5 of The Collected Works of Padma bDud 'Dul rDorje. Translated and edited 
          by Robert Warren Clark, sponsored by Osel Dorje Nyingbo under a grant by the Frederick P. Lenz 
          Foundation for American Buddhism.
(13) Gong Chig (The Sole Intent of the Buddha): Jigten Sumgon's Guide to Buddhist Theory and 
        Practice. Translated and edited by Robert Warren Clark. Boston: Wisdom Publications, 
        Annotated translation  (approximately 380 pages) completed 2001. To be published in 2005.

(14) UpadeŸadarŸanam›la (man ngag lta ba’i phreng ba) A Garland of Profound Advice. Translated

        and edited by Robert Warren Clark (Sponsored and published by Khenpo Gyume Trinley, 
        ODN: San Rafael, CA, 2004).

Tibetan texts Translated and Edited and by Robert Warren Clark,

   published for use in Buddhist meditation organizations.


(15) Acala Empowerment and Practice. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.

(16) Achieving the Mind of the Exalted Dorje Trochok--The Vajra Outshining the Three Realms:

       a meditation on Dorje Trolo by Nyala Pema Dundul with the oral commentary of Khenpo 
       Gyurmey Trinley.  San Francisco: Osel Dorje Nyingbo, 1997.
(17)  Achieving the Mind of the Sublime Taras: A Meditation on Yeshe Tsogyal and the Five Hundred 
        Thousand Taras by Nyala Pema Dundul with the oral commentary of Khenpo Gyurmey Trinley.  
        San Francisco: Osel Dorje Nyingbo, 1997.
(18a)  Achi Tsok Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001. This is a companion text to two 
        other texts I translated:  (18b)  Achi Tsok: Vajravarahi Offering Ritual.  San Francisco: Trilobite 
        Publications, 2000. (18c))  Achi'i bSang Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing 2001
(19)  Amitayus Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2002.
(20)  A Biography of Padgyal Lingpa.  Bhutan: Sangye Teng Monastery 2001.
(21)  A Biography of Tsewang Seetar Rinpoche.  Bhutan: Sangye Teng Monastery 2001.
(22)  The Blue Green Tara of the Acacia Forest.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2002.
(23)  Cakrasamvara Ganacakra Puja.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publications, 2000.
(24)  A Dharma Song of the Vajra Clear Light: Key Admonitions and Advice from the 
        Lotus Guru of Orgyen.  San Francisco: Osel Dorje Nyingbo, 1998.
(25)  Ekajata Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(26)  An Epitome of Drikung Liturgy (Selections). Compiled by H.H. the Drikung Kyabgon
        Trinley Lhundup . San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, To be published 2003.
(27)  Fierce Vajrapani Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(28)  Fifty Empowerments and Practices of the Kagyu: An Outline.  San Francisco: 
        Trilobite Publishing, 2001
(29)  The Fifty Mantras of Kagyu Empowerment.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(30)  Green Tara Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(31)  A Hagiography of Sonam Kunga Rinpoche. Escondito, CA: Drikung Kyoba Choling, 2000.
(32)  Hayagriva Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2000.
(33)  Heart Sutra. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(34)  A History of the Sangye Teng Monastery.  Bhutan: Sangye Teng Monastery 2001.
(35)  Jambhala Wheel of Protection.  San Jose: Gyuto Dharma Center, 2001.
(36)  Maitreya Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(37)  Medicine Buddha Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2002.
(38)  Namgyal-ma Empowerment and Practice. Translated and edited by Robert Warren Clark. 
        San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.

(39) Sarasvati Devi: A Meditation on the Goddess of Knowledge. By Wangchuk Dorje,

        the Ninth Karmapa. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 1997.
(40)  The Stupa in Buddhist Religious Practice.  Bhutan: Sangye Teng Monastery.  2001.
(41)  Vajrasattva Empowerment and Practice.  San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(42)  The Vow of the Bodhisattva. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.
(43)  The Vows of the Upasaka. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing,  2001.

(44) White Tara Empowerment and Practice. San Francisco: Trilobite Publishing, 2001.

(45) A Guide to Buddhist Philosophy (an annotated translation of Jetsun Jampalyang

       Chokyi Gyeltsen’s Exposition of Tenets) with Ven. Thuben Gendun (LTWA 1980).

Active Projects

Unpublished Works (completed)

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