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The '''Gong Khukma''' ([[Wyl.]] ''gong khug ma'' or ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>chi med tshe sgrub bu ston gong khug ma'') is a [[terma]] revelead by [[Guru Chöwang]].  
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The '''Butön Gong Khukma''' ([[Wyl.]] ''bu ston gong khug ma'') or Chimé Tsedrup ([[Wyl.]] ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>chi med tshe sgrub'') is a [[terma]] revealed by [[Guru Chöwang]], and transmitted through [[Butön Rinchen Drup]]. This practice, also known as the Bu sJon Gong khug ma, was transmitted through the [[Shalu Monastery|Shalu]] and [[Sakyapa]] traditions via Buton Rinchen Drup. That is why it is known as the Buton Gongkugma in these traditions.  A "''gong khug''" is a small pouch worn around the neck or in the breast pocket of a shirt, close to the heart.  
  
 
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Revision as of 14:45, 14 April 2016

The Butön Gong Khukma (Wyl. bu ston gong khug ma) or Chimé Tsedrup (Wyl. 'chi med tshe sgrub) is a terma revealed by Guru Chöwang, and transmitted through Butön Rinchen Drup. This practice, also known as the Bu sJon Gong khug ma, was transmitted through the Shalu and Sakyapa traditions via Buton Rinchen Drup. That is why it is known as the Buton Gongkugma in these traditions. A "gong khug" is a small pouch worn around the neck or in the breast pocket of a shirt, close to the heart.

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