Kun-Zang La-May Zhal-Lung

The following article is from the Summer, 1993 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here.

Jig-me Ling-pa, the exponent of Dzog-pa Ch'en-po Long-ch'en Nyingtig, provides the required preliminary for the practice of Dzog-ch'en in a short liturgical prayer called The Excellent Path to Omniscience. One of his eminent disciples, Jig-me Gyal-way Nyu-gu, gave an oral instruction on it, which his disciple, Dza Pal-trí_l Rin-po-ch'e, transcribed and gave the title, Kí_n-zang La-may Zhal-lung. Preface by Chatral Rin-po-ch 'e, Translated & edited by Sonam T. Kazi

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An excellent, faithful translation . . . an authentic preliminary work which will benefit all those who are interested in Dzogchen.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama

A must for every serious student of Buddhist thought and practice.
Professor H. V. Guenther

Clear and accurate throughout. . . can be recommended without hesitation.
Professor Matthew Kapstein, Columbia Univ.

A brief and exceptionally useful synthesis of all the main themes of preliminary Buddhist practice.
Professor Huston Smith, Syracuse Univ. and Grad. Theological Union, Berkeley

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