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Gongpa Zangthal (dgongs pa zang thal) - Unimpeded Realization


A tantric scripture in five volumes concealed by Guru Rinpoche and revealed by Rigdzin Gödem, the master who founded the Jangter tradition of the Nyingma school. Contains the renowned 'Aspiration of Samantabhadra.' Gongpa Sangtal means 'Unimpeded realization,' and is an abbreviation of 'Showing Directly the Realization of Samantabhadra.

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  • kun bzang dgongs pa zang thal gyi dgongs don phyogs gcig tu bkod pa khrid yig skal bzang re skongs rig ‘dzin dgongs rgyan bzhugs so: Commentary on Kun bZang dGongs Pa Zang Thal – Boundless Vision. A Byangter Manual on Dzogchen Training. by Tulku Tsultrim Zangpo (Tulku Tsurlu, Tshul Khrims bZang Po) ([1])