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'''Yang Phur Drakma''' ([[Wyl.]] ''snyan brgyud yang phur sbrag ma''), the 'Combined Practice of Shri Heruka or Vishuddha Heruka and Vajrakilaya from the Oral Lineage', also known as 'Khyentse Yangpur' (Wyl. ''mkhyen brtse yang phur'') is a teaching revealed by [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]] that he received through the [[oral lineage]] (''nyengyu''), one of the [[seven authoritative transmissions]]. It combines [[Yangdak Heruka]] (Shri Heruka or Vishuddha Heruka) and [[Vajrakilaya]].  
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'''Yang Phur Drakma''' ([[Wyl.]] ''snyan brgyud yang phur sbrag ma''), the 'Combined Practice of Vishuddha and Vajrakilaya from the Oral Lineage', also known as 'Khyentse Yangpur' (Wyl. ''mkhyen brtse yang phur'') is a teaching revealed by [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]] that he received through the [[oral lineage]] (''nyengyu''), one of the [[seven authoritative transmissions]]. It combines [[Yangdak Heruka]] (Shri Heruka or Vishuddha Heruka) and [[Vajrakilaya]].  
  
 
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Revision as of 10:49, 20 October 2016

Yang Phur Drakma (Wyl. snyan brgyud yang phur sbrag ma), the 'Combined Practice of Vishuddha and Vajrakilaya from the Oral Lineage', also known as 'Khyentse Yangpur' (Wyl. mkhyen brtse yang phur) is a teaching revealed by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo that he received through the oral lineage (nyengyu), one of the seven authoritative transmissions. It combines Yangdak Heruka (Shri Heruka or Vishuddha Heruka) and Vajrakilaya.

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