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གཡོན་རུ་
Wylie g.yon ru


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ཆོས་རྣམས་ངོ་བོ་ཉིད་མེད་ཆོས་རྣམས་མ་སྐྱེས་དང་། །ཆོས་རྣམས་མ་འགགས་ཆོས་རྣམས་གཟོད་ནས་ཞི་བ་དང་། །ཆོས་རྣམས་ཐམས་ཅད་རང་བཞིན་མྱ་ངན་འདས་པར་ནི། །དགོངས་པ་མེད་པར་མཁས་པ་སུ་ཞིག་སྨྲ་བར་བྱེད། ། ...“All phenomena are without an essence, unborn,
Unceasing, primordially in the state of peace,
And naturally in the state of nirvāṇa.
What wise person would say this without an underlying intent?"
Gregory Foregues: Unraveling the Intent: Saṃdhinirmocana, F.22.a. འཕགས་པ་དགོངས་པ་ངེས་པར་འགྲེལ་པ་ཞེས་བྱ་བ་ཐེག་པ་ཆེན་པོའི་མདོ། 2020
ཚོགས་ལམ་གྱི་བསྙེན་པ། །གུ་རུ་སི་ཏི་ཞེས་པའི་ཡིག་འབྲུ་བཞི། །ཚོགས་ལམ་གཅོད་པ་བསྙེན་པའི་སྙིང་པོ་བོའདི། །བཙུན་མོ་རིན་ཆེན་ཕྲེང་བའི་སྔགས་ཡིན་པས། །བླ་མའི་ཐུགས་དགོངས་རྒྱ་མཚོའ་ཆུ་ལ་འཐུང་། ....B) Approach on the Path of Accumulation:
“The four syllables gu ru sid dhi
are the essence of the approach [stage that] resolves the path of accumulation.
With this mantra rosary of the precious queen,
one drinks the oceanic waters of the guru’s enlightened intent.”
Sarah Harding: Zhije: The Pacification of Suffering, page 13. ཨཱ་ལི་ཀཱ་ལི་གསང་བ་བསམ་གྱིས་མི་ཁྱབ་པ་ཆུ་ཀླུང་ཆེན་པོའི་རྒྱུད་ཀྱི་དུམ་བུ་ཅེས་བྱ་བ། 2019
བཅོམ་ལྡན་འདས་སེང་གེའི་ཁྲི་ལ་སྐུ་དྲང་པོར་བོརབསྲངས་ཤིང་། །ཐུགས་བརྩེ་བ་ཆེན་པོས་འདུས་པའི་འཁོར་ལ་དགོངས་ཏེ། ....The Transcendent Conqueror straightened up his body on the lion throne and considered the gathered assembly with great love. Sarah Harding: Zhije: The Pacification of Suffering, page 22. ཨཱ་ལི་ཀཱ་ལི་གསང་བ་བསམ་གྱིས་མི་ཁྱབ་པ་ཆུ་ཀླུང་ཆེན་པོའི་རྒྱུད་ཀྱི་དུམ་བུ་ཅེས་བྱ་བ། 2019
།ཞེས་གྲགས་པ་ལ། སྐལ་བ་དང་ལྡན་པ་རྣམས་ཀྱིས་ཐོས་ཏེ། དོན་ཁོང་དུ་ཆུད་ནས་སྟོན་འཁོར་དགོངས་པ་གཅིག་ཏུ་གྱུར་ཏོ། Thus he spoke, and the fortunate ones listened and took the meaning to heart. Thus the teacher and the assembly were of one mind. Sarah Harding: Zhije: The Pacification of Suffering, page 23. ཨཱ་ལི་ཀཱ་ལི་གསང་བ་བསམ་གྱིས་མི་ཁྱབ་པ་ཆུ་ཀླུང་ཆེན་པོའི་རྒྱུད་ཀྱི་དུམ་བུ་ཅེས་བྱ་བ། 2019
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g.yon ru གཡོན་རུ་
g.yon ru pa གཡོན་རུ་པ་
g.yon ru'i rtsom mkhan mna' 'brel གཡོན་རུའི་རྩོམ་མཁན་མནའ་འབྲེལ་
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གཡོན་རུ
Y�nru, one of the two regions of U [RY]

left wing/ flank [IW]

left banner, left wing, left-hand division of tsang, one of the two ancient districts of central Tibet [JV]

Ü (dbus) - 1) center, middle, midst, amidst, core, central. 2) Central Tibet, a district in Tibet; Ü One of the two central provinces of Tibet, the other being Tsang. (gtsang). [RY]

From The Light of Wisdom, vol. 1, pg. 239, Note 134: For details of places Ngari (stod mnga' ri) and Dokham (mdo khams): Mount Tisey surrounded by snow mountains, Gugey surrounded by slate mountains, and Purang surrounded by water are the Three Districts of Ngari in Upper Tibet, which were formed in the manner of a pond. Lharu and Geru in Tsang (gtsang) and Yeru and Yönru (g.yon ru) in Central Tibet are the Four districts of Ü and Tsang in the middle, which were formed in the manner of an irrgation channel. The Six Ridges are Zalmo Ridge, Tsawa Ridge, Markham Ridge, Menyag-rab Ridge, Pobor Ridge, and Mardza Ridge. The Four Rivers are Manchu, Dzachu, Drichu, and Ngulchu. These are the Six Ridges and Four Rivers of Lower Dokham, which were formed in the manner of a plough furrow. Thus it has been told.

It is also said that the Three Districts of Ngari in Upper Tibet in the manner of a warrior's battle axe, the Four Districts of Ü and Tsang in the middle were formed in the manner of a precious gold belt, and the Six Ridges and Four Rivers of Lower Dokham were formed in the manner of a beautiful lining of plush silk. (JOKYAB)