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==Commentaries==
 
==Commentaries==
*[[Khenpo Ngawang Palzang]], ''dpal chen 'dus pa'i zin bris'' (Collected Works, vol. 1, pp. 173-174)
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*[[Khenpo Chechok]], ''rdzogs pa chen po klong chen snying thig gi thugs sgrub dpal chen 'dus pa'i zin bris''
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*[[Jikme Lingpa]], '''A General Summary of the Three Yogas: the Oral Transmission of the Great Glorious''' ''(yo ga'i spyi chings - yo ga gsum gyi spyi chings dpal chen zhal lung)''
*[[Khenpo Chechok]], ''bsnyen sgrub mos pa rnams la mkho gal che ba khol byung zur du bkod pa''
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*[[Jikme Lingpa]], '''Recitation Manual for the Great Glorious Assembly, the Heart Practice of Vidyādharas''' ''(dpal chen bsnyen yig - rig 'dzin thugs sgrub dpal chen 'dus pa bsnyen yig)''
*[[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]], ''rdzogs pa chen po klong chen snying gi thig le'i yi dam thugs sgrub bla ma drag mthing dpal chen 'dus pa'i las byang gi dgongs don cung zad bshad pa zab don gsal byed rin chen snang ba''
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*[[Khenpo Ngawang Palzang]], '''A Guide to the Great Glorious Assembly''' (''dpal chen 'dus pa'i zin bris'') (Collected Works, vol. 1, pp. 173-174).
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*[[Khenpo Chemchok]], '''A Guide to the Great Glorious Assembly, the Heart Practice of Vidyādharas, from the Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse''' ''rdzogs pa chen po klong chen snying thig gi thugs sgrub dpal chen 'dus pa'i zin bris''
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*[[Khenpo Chemchok]], '''A Supplement Containing the Crucial Points for those Aspiring to do Approach and Accomplishment''' (''bsnyen sgrub mos pa rnams la mkho gal che ba khol byung zur du bkod pa'')
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*[[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]], '''An Illuminating Jewel: A Few Explanations that Clarify the Profound Meaning of the Wisdom Intent of the Activity Manual for the Heart Practice of the Deities, the Fierce Blue Gurus in the Great Glorious Assembly, from the Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse''' (''rdzogs pa chen po klong chen snying gi thig le'i yi dam thugs sgrub bla ma drag mthing dpal chen 'dus pa'i las byang gi dgongs don cung zad bshad pa zab don gsal byed rin chen snang ba'')
  
 
==Alternative translations==
 
==Alternative translations==

Revision as of 03:22, 29 October 2018

Palchen Düpa single mudra, courtesy of Mahasiddha.org
For the Second Drubwang Pema Norbu of Palyul Monastery, see here.

Palchen Düpa (Tib. དཔལ་ཆེན་འདུས་པ་, Wyl. dpal chen 'dus pa) - the blue wrathful yidam practice from the Longchen Nyingtik cycle. It is a practice of Kagyé related to the Kagyé Rigdzin Yongdü revealed by Ngari Panchen Pema Wangyal.

Commentaries

  • Jikme Lingpa, A General Summary of the Three Yogas: the Oral Transmission of the Great Glorious (yo ga'i spyi chings - yo ga gsum gyi spyi chings dpal chen zhal lung)
  • Jikme Lingpa, Recitation Manual for the Great Glorious Assembly, the Heart Practice of Vidyādharas (dpal chen bsnyen yig - rig 'dzin thugs sgrub dpal chen 'dus pa bsnyen yig)
  • Khenpo Ngawang Palzang, A Guide to the Great Glorious Assembly (dpal chen 'dus pa'i zin bris) (Collected Works, vol. 1, pp. 173-174).
  • Khenpo Chemchok, A Guide to the Great Glorious Assembly, the Heart Practice of Vidyādharas, from the Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse rdzogs pa chen po klong chen snying thig gi thugs sgrub dpal chen 'dus pa'i zin bris
  • Khenpo Chemchok, A Supplement Containing the Crucial Points for those Aspiring to do Approach and Accomplishment (bsnyen sgrub mos pa rnams la mkho gal che ba khol byung zur du bkod pa)
  • Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, An Illuminating Jewel: A Few Explanations that Clarify the Profound Meaning of the Wisdom Intent of the Activity Manual for the Heart Practice of the Deities, the Fierce Blue Gurus in the Great Glorious Assembly, from the Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse (rdzogs pa chen po klong chen snying gi thig le'i yi dam thugs sgrub bla ma drag mthing dpal chen 'dus pa'i las byang gi dgongs don cung zad bshad pa zab don gsal byed rin chen snang ba)

Alternative translations

  • Great Glorious Ones' Assembly
  • Supreme Heruka Assembly (Ani Jinba Palmo)