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[[Image:Tsokye Tuktik 2.jpg|thumb|350px|Tsokye Tuktik, with Guru Tsokyé Dorje as the central figure, Orgyen Menla on bottom left, Dorje Drolö on bottom middle and Khandro Norlha on bottom right.]]
 
[[Image:Tsokye Tuktik 2.jpg|thumb|350px|Tsokye Tuktik, with Guru Tsokyé Dorje as the central figure, Orgyen Menla on bottom left, Dorje Drolö on bottom middle and Khandro Norlha on bottom right.]]
'''Tsokye Tuktik''' ('Heart Essence of the Lake-Born Vajra, the Secret Accomplishment of the Great Guru') is a [[mind terma]] of [[Dudjom Rinpoche]] focused on [[Guru Rinpoche]] in the [[Guru Tsokyé Dorje]] form, which was revealed in 1929. It is the main [[lama]] practice in the [[Dudjom Tersar]] lineage, and one of the four main [[terma]] cycle of Dudjom Rinpoche<Ref> The three other cycles are the [[Pudri Rekpung]] cycle, the [[Khandro Tuktik]] cycle and the [[Dorje Drolö]] cycle.</Ref>.
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'''Tsokye Tuktik''' ('Heart Essence of the Lake-Born Vajra, the Secret Accomplishment of the Great Guru') is a [[mind terma]] of [[Dudjom Rinpoche]] focused on [[Guru Rinpoche]] in the form of [[Guru Tsokyé Dorje]], which was revealed in 1929. It is the main [[lama]] practice in the [[Dudjom Tersar]] lineage, and one of the four main [[terma]] cycles of Dudjom Rinpoche<Ref>The three other cycles are the [[Pudri Rekpung]] cycle, the [[Khandro Tuktik]] cycle and the [[Dorje Drolö]] cycle.</Ref>.
  
 
==Content==
 
==Content==
The Tsokye Tuktik is a lama practice focused on Guru Rinpoche. The outer form of the lama is [[Orgyen Menla Dütsi Bum Zang]], the inner form is [[Lama Orgyen Khandro Norlha]], the secret form is Tsokye Tuktik (Lake-Born Vajra) and the innermost form is [[Dorje Drolö]].
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The Tsokye Tuktik is a lama practice focused on Guru Rinpoche. The outer form of the lama is [[Orgyen Menla Dütsi Bum Zang]], the inner form is [[Lama Orgyen Khandro Norlha]], the secret form is Tsokye Tuktik (Lake-Born Vajra) and the innermost form is [[Dorje Drolö]].
  
 
==Revelation of the Terma==
 
==Revelation of the Terma==
The practice was revealed by Dudjom Rinpoche in 1929, while he was still in Tibet. According to him, “the Tsokyi Tuktik is the father cycle connected to the [[Khandro Tuktik]] mother cycle” <Ref> Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal ‘Light of Fearless Indestructible Wisdom’, The life and Legacy of Dudjom Rinpoche, Snow Lion, 2008. Page 183. </Ref>.
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The practice was revealed by Dudjom Rinpoche in 1929, while he was still in Tibet. According to him, “the Tsokyi Tuktik is the father cycle connected to the [[Khandro Tuktik]] mother cycle”<Ref>[[Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal]], ''Light of Fearless Indestructible Wisdom, The Life and Legacy of Dudjom Rinpoche'' (Snow Lion, 2008), page 183.</Ref>.
  
 
About the Tsokye Tuktik, Dudjom Rinpoche said “For the fortunately connected students, I released the secret seal of the casket spontaneously arisen from the space of awareness”.
 
About the Tsokye Tuktik, Dudjom Rinpoche said “For the fortunately connected students, I released the secret seal of the casket spontaneously arisen from the space of awareness”.

Revision as of 07:10, 8 July 2014

Tsokye Tuktik, with Guru Tsokyé Dorje as the central figure, Orgyen Menla on bottom left, Dorje Drolö on bottom middle and Khandro Norlha on bottom right.

Tsokye Tuktik ('Heart Essence of the Lake-Born Vajra, the Secret Accomplishment of the Great Guru') is a mind terma of Dudjom Rinpoche focused on Guru Rinpoche in the form of Guru Tsokyé Dorje, which was revealed in 1929. It is the main lama practice in the Dudjom Tersar lineage, and one of the four main terma cycles of Dudjom Rinpoche[1].

Content

The Tsokye Tuktik is a lama practice focused on Guru Rinpoche. The outer form of the lama is Orgyen Menla Dütsi Bum Zang, the inner form is Lama Orgyen Khandro Norlha, the secret form is Tsokye Tuktik (Lake-Born Vajra) and the innermost form is Dorje Drolö.

Revelation of the Terma

The practice was revealed by Dudjom Rinpoche in 1929, while he was still in Tibet. According to him, “the Tsokyi Tuktik is the father cycle connected to the Khandro Tuktik mother cycle”[2].

About the Tsokye Tuktik, Dudjom Rinpoche said “For the fortunately connected students, I released the secret seal of the casket spontaneously arisen from the space of awareness”.

Notes

  1. The three other cycles are the Pudri Rekpung cycle, the Khandro Tuktik cycle and the Dorje Drolö cycle.
  2. Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal, Light of Fearless Indestructible Wisdom, The Life and Legacy of Dudjom Rinpoche (Snow Lion, 2008), page 183.