Guide to Dakini Land: The Highest Yoga Tantra Practice of Buddha Vajrayogini

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Tharpa Publications US, Jan 1, 1996 - Religion - 532 pages
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Guide to Dakini Land is the first complete explanation in English of the Tantric practice of Vajrayogini, the female Buddha of wisdom.

Geshe Kelsang provides detailed instructions on the eleven yogas of generation stage, which are special methods for transforming all our daily activities into a blissful spiritual path; and he also explains with great clarity the essential completion stage practices of Vajrayogini, which lead to full enlightenment. Included are all the sadhanas of Vajrayogini, advice on how to do a Tantric retreat, and a wealth of additional material that will be indispensable to anyone wishing to rely upon Buddha Vajrayogini.

  

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Contents

The Yogas of Sleeping Rising and Experiencing
27
The Yoga of Immeasurables
41
The Yoga of the Guru
81
The Yoga of Selfgeneration and the Yoga
109
The Yoga of being Blessed by Heroes and Heroines
129
The Actual Generation Stage Meditation
155
The Yoga of Verbal and Mental Recitation
163
The Yoga of Inconceivability and the Yoga
183
Quick Path to Great Bliss
271
Quick Path to Great Bliss
272
Feast of Great Bliss
317
Vajrayogini Retreat Preliminaries
387
Preliminary Jewel
413
Vajrayogini Burning Offering
427
Vajradaka Burning Offering
477
Vajradaka Burning Offering
479

How to Attain Outer Pure Dakini Land through
205
Completion Stage
213
Dedication
228
Sadhanas
241
Dakini Yoga
243
Diagrams and Illustrations
489
Letter bam and mantra rosary
500
Glossary
505
Study Programmes of Kadampa Buddhism
521
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About the author (1996)

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso was ordained as a Buddhist monk in Tibet at the age of eight.
He is a fully accomplished meditation master, prolific author, and international teacher
who has lived in the West since 1977 and has founded over 1,100 Kadampa Buddhist
meditation centers and groups around the world. His 21 acclaimed books reveal the
entire Buddhist path to enlightenment, including Buddha’s Sutra and Tantra teachings.

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