Talk:Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik

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hi, it seems CPN is a cycle not only one practice,> (http://all-otr.org/vajrayana/3-how-to-do-a-chime-phakme-nyingtik-retreat) Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche wrote an elaborate commentary on the guru yoga sadhana based on the three great vidyadharas of longevity, Vimalamitra, Shri Singha and Guru Rinpoche, in which all the profound and crucial points of Dzogchen meditation are mentioned, and which is a part of the Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik cycle. You will find it in his Collected Works.

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At the beginning of the Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik cycle is a tantra called Root Lines of Vajra Words[11], the commentary of which teaches the hidden meaning of the symbolic expressions that appear in the tantra, and so on. But I’m not going to talk about the tantra today.

What we are concerned with here is the sadhana, which is the means for accomplishing this path. It is called “Activities to Uncover Primordial Wisdom, from The Heart Essence of the Lady of Immortality.”

i want to edit the page to include all the parts and commentaries but then it needs to be clear the sadhana Activities to Uncover Primordial Wisdom, is only a part of the cycle and we'd need to edit the introduction also

> another quote, from kongtrul's retreat manual, here it's very clear: The great Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik cycle appeared as one of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo's profound mind treasures, yet only the root lejang or sadhana, the sadhana cycle of the Lama, and the sadhana cycle of Amitayus and Namgyalma could be deciphered and set down. Here we are concerned with ‘a drop of primordial wisdom’ that is the root sadhana for the practice.