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'''The Daily Practice of Chime Pakmé Nyingtik''', or literally as the Tibetan title says: ‘The Daily Yoga Practice of Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik as a Single Deity<ref>‘Single deity’ or ‘single mudra’ refers to when the complete [[mandala]] of all the deities―the principal one and his or her assembly representing many [[mudra]]s―are all gathered into the one main deity. If we meditate on this one deity then we accomplish all the deities of the mandala as well.</ref>– The Heart Essence of the Sublime Lady of Immortality’ ([[Wyl.]] ''‘chi med 'phags ma'i snying tig las/ rgyun gyi rnal 'byor phyag rgya gcig pa''), is a [[sadhana]] practice from [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]]’s [[mind treasure]]: [[Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik]], a [[long life practice]] discovered in 1855, featuring [[White Tara]] in union with [[Amitayus]]. It is a briefer version of the root [[sadhana]] called ‘The Wisdom Light of Enlightened Activity’ ([[Wyl.]] ''phrin las ye shes snang ba'')
 
'''The Daily Practice of Chime Pakmé Nyingtik''', or literally as the Tibetan title says: ‘The Daily Yoga Practice of Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik as a Single Deity<ref>‘Single deity’ or ‘single mudra’ refers to when the complete [[mandala]] of all the deities―the principal one and his or her assembly representing many [[mudra]]s―are all gathered into the one main deity. If we meditate on this one deity then we accomplish all the deities of the mandala as well.</ref>– The Heart Essence of the Sublime Lady of Immortality’ ([[Wyl.]] ''‘chi med 'phags ma'i snying tig las/ rgyun gyi rnal 'byor phyag rgya gcig pa''), is a [[sadhana]] practice from [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]]’s [[mind treasure]]: [[Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik]], a [[long life practice]] discovered in 1855, featuring [[White Tara]] in union with [[Amitayus]]. It is a briefer version of the root [[sadhana]] called ‘The Wisdom Light of Enlightened Activity’ ([[Wyl.]] ''phrin las ye shes snang ba'')
  

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The single mudra: Tara Wish-fulfilling Wheel

The Daily Practice of Chime Pakmé Nyingtik, or literally as the Tibetan title says: ‘The Daily Yoga Practice of Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik as a Single Deity[1]– The Heart Essence of the Sublime Lady of Immortality’ (Wyl. ‘chi med 'phags ma'i snying tig las/ rgyun gyi rnal 'byor phyag rgya gcig pa), is a sadhana practice from Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo’s mind treasure: Chimé Pakmé Nyingtik, a long life practice discovered in 1855, featuring White Tara in union with Amitayus. It is a briefer version of the root sadhana called ‘The Wisdom Light of Enlightened Activity’ (Wyl. phrin las ye shes snang ba)

Notes

  1. ‘Single deity’ or ‘single mudra’ refers to when the complete mandala of all the deities―the principal one and his or her assembly representing many mudras―are all gathered into the one main deity. If we meditate on this one deity then we accomplish all the deities of the mandala as well.