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** [http://www.asianclassics.org/download/texts/sungbum/S0414M.ACT Online] [[Tibetan]] text provided by [[ACIP]]
 
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* ''The Advices on Freeing Oneself from Four Different Kinds of Attachment'' as written by [[Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyeltsen]]
 
* ''The Advices on Freeing Oneself from Four Different Kinds of Attachment'' as written by [[Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyeltsen]]
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* ''A Clear and Complete Teaching on Freeing Oneself from the Four Kinds of Attachment'' by [[Gorampa|Gorampa Sonam Senge]]
 
* ''A Clear and Complete Teaching on Freeing Oneself from the Four Kinds of Attachment'' by [[Gorampa|Gorampa Sonam Senge]]
 
**[http://www.asianclassics.org/download/texts/sungbum/S0410M.ACT Online] [[Tibetan]] text provided by [[ACIP]]
 
**[http://www.asianclassics.org/download/texts/sungbum/S0410M.ACT Online] [[Tibetan]] text provided by [[ACIP]]

Revision as of 22:27, 12 April 2010

Introduction

This was a Lo Jong text given to the Sakya master Sachen Kunga Nyingpo by Manjushri when Sachen Kunga Nyingpo was twelve years old.

See Tibetan version with translations.

The Verses

A person who is still attached to this life is no Dharma practitioner.
A person who is still attached to the three worlds has no renunciation.
A person who is still attached to getting what they want is no bodhisattva.
A person who still grasps to things has no worldview.

Translation by Geshe Michael Roach

Commentaries

The Sakya tradition has produced many commentaries on the original four-line text.