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There are several Dharma text practice books that are for sell. They include:
The Short Longchen Nyingtik Ngondro
The Preliminary Practice of the Dzogchen Longchen Nyingtik
This is the central Dharma text you will use if you are studying with Lama Jigme. When we take our first steps on the Path, we are not yet capable of helping others. To accomplish the good of others, we must first perfect ourselves, by purifying and transforming our minds. This is the aim of what we call the preliminary practices, which establish the foundations of all spiritual progress. You may feel like dispensing with these foundations in order to practice teachings that you think are more profound, but if you do so, you are building a palace on the surface of a frozen lake. Traditionally Ngondro practice is done for the enlightenment of the spiritual aspirant and for the benefit of all sentient beings. That is, the merit of doing the practices is dedicated to all sentient beings.
This specific book has in it the Longchen Nyingtik Ngondro in shortened form, as well as a Hayagriva and Dharmapala Offering practice after the main practice. (6×8 color book)
༄༅། །རྫོགས་པ་ཆེན་པོ་ཀློང་ཆེན་སྙིང་ཏིག་གི་སྔོན་འགྲོའི་ངག་འདོན་ཁྲིགས་སུ་བསྡེབས་པ་རྣམ་མཁྱེན་ལམ་བཟང་བྱ་བ་བཞུགས་སོ། །
The Excellent Path to Omniscience:
The Dzogchen Preliminary Practice of the Longchen Nyingtik
This is the same as the Ngondro described above, but the two Ngondros are different versions. This version of the Ngondro is longer and is the ‘actual’ traditional Ngondro. The other Ngondro is a shorter version. This book as well has a Hayagriva and Dharmapala Offering practice after the main Ngondro. (5.5×7.5 color book)
A Collection of Essential Tsok Offering Prayers
This is a book comprised of common prayers of the Tibetan Buddhist Nyingmapa sect. The prayers are very effective and helpful to do everyday in order to accomplish your goals, to overcome obstacles, to gain wealth and happiness, and to fulfill your wishes.
The book is comprised of the prayers:
The Verses of the Eight Noble Auspicious Ones, Sampa Lhundrupma – ‘The Prayer to Guru Rinpoche that Spontaneously Fulfills all Wishes’, Barche Lamsel – The Prayer that Removes All Obstacles from the Path, The Prayer in Six Vajra Lines, and the The 21 Praises to Tara. (6×8 black and white book)
Zablam Phowa Magom Sangye
The Profound Path to Enlightenment without Meditation
If you meditate then you will realize that there are Buddhas everywhere and can achieve enlightenment with practice. Phowa is the practice of the transferring of consciousness, in Phowa it is said that you don’t need to meditate in order to achieve that same level of enlightenment. At the moment of death with the practice of Phowa, you can enter a pure land and quickly attain enlightenment there. (4×6 – black and white book)
Rigdzin Dupa Sadhana
The Assemblage of Vidyadharas of the Longchen Nyingtik
The Rigdzin Dupa Sadhana is the text that the Padma Rigdzin Ling Buddhist Temple practices every 10th of the full moon in the Tibetan Lunar calendar for Feast Offering to Padmasambhava (Guru Tsok). This is a powerful practice that helps generate vast amounts of merit and helps one heavily purify themselves through their two obscurations (negative emotions and obscurations of wisdom). It can pacify sickness and help people heal and help with obstacles related to breakages in samaya (loyalty), harmful spirits and negative forces. For more information on the benefits.
(6×8 black and white book)
The Profound Essence of Tara Sadhana
This is a sadhana practice for Green Tara and her 21 emanations composed of offerings with praises, mandalas, food offerings, etc. to Tara. It can be performed once a month or as a daily practice. This practice can help dispel obstacles, fulfill your wishes and generate the energy and merit needed for happiness, wealth and prosperity to come into one’s life. It can also pacify and heal illnesses and encourage good health.
As stated in the benefits: Mindful fearlessness will be completely bestowed, negativity will be totally pacified, and all of the lower realms will be destroyed. The empowerment of seventy million Victorious Ones will quickly be conferred, and more than this, your activity will increase, and ultimately realize the level of Buddhahood. If there was a great, powerful poison, either animate or inanimate, that was either eaten or drunk, through simply recalling (the goddess), it would be completely eliminated. The torment of spirits, diseases and poisons, these host of sufferings, will be completely eliminated, for other sentient beings also. If a child is wanted, a child will be obtained, if wealth is wanted, riches will be gained, all of one’s wishes will be granted, and obstacles will be eliminated, individually defeated. (6×8 black and white book)
The Daily Secret Practice of Hayagriva
Hayagriva is the wrathful emanation of Avalokiteshvara and chases away all ignorance. Anyone who prays to Hayagriva shall be blessed with abundant knowledge and wisdom. He is especially beneficial in these degenerate times when suffering and illness is rampant. He is also very powerful against black magic and negative energy. Hayagriva has a specialty against countering Naga related problems and diseases. Hayagriva symbolizes enlightened speech, usually depicted as red in colour and with a horse’s head protruding from his crown. Hayagriva is one of the eight principal deities of Kagye where he is referred to as Lotus-like Speech. Hayagriva is a swift and powerful means to overcome negative forces and obstacles. (4×6 color book)