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''All-Pervading Adornment'' by [[Jigmey Lingpa]] (1729-1798). 671 pages. Vol. 34 in the [[Nyingma Gyübum]]. Tibetan title: ([[de bzhin gshegs pas legs par gsungs pa'i gsung rab rgya mtsho'i snying por gyur pa rig pa 'dzin pa'i sde snod dam snga 'gyur rgyud 'bum rin po che'i rtogs pa brjod pa 'dzam gling mtha'i gru khyab pa'i rgyan]]).
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'''Chokling Tersar''' ([[mchog gling gter gsar]]) '''The New Treasures of Chokling'''
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The collection of termas revealed by [[Chokgyur Lingpa]] together with connected teachings, arrangement texts and commentaries written primarily by [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]], [[Jamgon Kongtrul]], [[Khakyab Dorje]], [[Tsewang Norbu]], [[Tersey Tulku]] and [[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]]. Chokling Tersar literally means the 'new treasures of Chokgyur Lingpa' and owes it name to the great Tibetan Buddhist master of the 19th century. Chokgyur Lingpa lived from (1829-1870) and was regarded by the most reputable living masters of his time as one of the major tertons (revealer of hidden treasures) in Tibetan history. His teachings are widely practiced by both the Kagyu and Nyingma schools of Tibetan Buddhism.<br><br>
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The collection of treasures revealed by Chokgyur Lingpa together with its connected teachings are contained in the Chokling Tersar, a body of literature filling more than forty large volumes. In English translation each of these volumes would be between seven and eight hundred pages and the total would amount to approximately 30,000 pages. The connected teachings included in these forty volumes were written over the last 150 years, chiefly by his contemporaries Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Jamgon Kongtrul, as well as by the subsequent upholders of the lineage down until today.<br><br>
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The main monastic institutions today practicing the termas revealed by [[Chokgyur Lingpa]] are [[Neten Gompa]] in Kham and Bir, [[Tsikey Gompa]] in Kham, and [[Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery]] in Nepal.
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Latest revision as of 07:35, 9 January 2006

Chokling Tersar (mchog gling gter gsar) The New Treasures of Chokling


The collection of termas revealed by Chokgyur Lingpa together with connected teachings, arrangement texts and commentaries written primarily by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo, Jamgon Kongtrul, Khakyab Dorje, Tsewang Norbu, Tersey Tulku and Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Chokling Tersar literally means the 'new treasures of Chokgyur Lingpa' and owes it name to the great Tibetan Buddhist master of the 19th century. Chokgyur Lingpa lived from (1829-1870) and was regarded by the most reputable living masters of his time as one of the major tertons (revealer of hidden treasures) in Tibetan history. His teachings are widely practiced by both the Kagyu and Nyingma schools of Tibetan Buddhism.

The collection of treasures revealed by Chokgyur Lingpa together with its connected teachings are contained in the Chokling Tersar, a body of literature filling more than forty large volumes. In English translation each of these volumes would be between seven and eight hundred pages and the total would amount to approximately 30,000 pages. The connected teachings included in these forty volumes were written over the last 150 years, chiefly by his contemporaries Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Jamgon Kongtrul, as well as by the subsequent upholders of the lineage down until today.

The main monastic institutions today practicing the termas revealed by Chokgyur Lingpa are Neten Gompa in Kham and Bir, Tsikey Gompa in Kham, and Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery in Nepal.

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