The Treasury of Knowledge: Book Six, Part Four: Systems Of Buddhist Tantra
Shambhala, 25.06.2005 - 576 Seiten
In Tibetan religious literature, Jamgön Kongtrül's Treasury of Knowledge in ten books stands out as a unique, encyclopedic masterpiece embodying the entire range of Buddhist teachings as it was preserved in Tibet. The tantric path is often referred to as the indestructible way of secret mantra, the essence of which is the indestructible union of wisdom (the understanding of emptiness) and method (immutable great bliss). This volume sets forth the various systems that constitute this path, both those of the ancient tantra tradition and of the new tradition.
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THE NATURE OF TANTRA
THE DIVISIONS OF TANTRA
HIGHEST YOGA TANTRA
THE CAUSAL CONTINUUM
THE NATURE OF MIND
THE WAYS OF THE ANCIENT TRADITION
ANUYOGA AND ATIYOGA
TANTRIC SCRIPTURES AND EXPOSITION METHODS
OUTLINE OF THE TEXT
action tantra Amitabha anuyoga arises aspects atiyoga attainment awakened body awakening mind awareness-holder ba'i bodhichitta bodhisattvas buddha causal continuum central channel Chakrasamvara channel-wheels chen chen po Commentary comprises conceptions conduct tantra consciousness consort contemplation cyclic existence deity deity yoga Dg.K Dg.T dimension of awakening elements emotional afflictions esoteric instructions essence of enlightenment essential principles exposition five four ground-of-all Guhyasamaja Hevajra Tantra highest yoga tantra Indestructible initiation innate inner Kalachakra Tantra Kongtrul luminous clarity Magical Manifestation mahayoga mandala Manjushri master meaning meditation method and wisdom mother tantra nature nonduality one's oneself outer pa'i path phase of completion phenomena pledges powers practice pristine awareness purity Ratnasambhava reality recitation refers result rgya rgyal ritual rnam Root Tantra sadhana scriptures seal secret mantra speech stages supreme syllable Tantra Toh tantric teachings three lights Tibetan tion transcendent union Vairochana vajra vase vital essence wind yogin