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Kindly bent to ease us : from the Trilogy of finding comfort and ease = Ngal-gso skor-gsum / Klong-chen rab-'byams-pa ; translated from the Tibetan and annotated by Herbert V. Guenther
Bib ID 1582382
Format BookBook
Author
Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer, 1308-1363
 
Uniform Title Nal gso skor gsum. English
Description Emeryville, Calif. : Dharma Pub., c1975-c1976 
3 v. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0913546445 (volume 3)
0913546402 (paperback) (volume 1)
0913546437 (paperback) (volume 2)
0913546453 (paperback) (volume 3)
0913546399 (volume 1)
0913546429 (volume 2)
Series

Tibetan translation series.

Full contents
  • pt. 1. Mind = Sems-nyid ngal-gso.
  • pt. 2. Meditation = bSam-gtan ngal-gso.
  • pt. 3. Wonderment = sGyu-ma ngal-gso.
 
Notes

Translation of: Nal gso skor gsum.

Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Library holds pt. 1 only in ABL Collection.

Subjects Rdzogs-chen (Rnin-ma-pa)
Other authors/contributors Guenther, Herbert V
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