From reading Sujato's "History of mindfulness" I know that there is 'satipatthana material' in various Tibetan texts (large prajnaparamita, Yogacarabhumi, Abhidharma-samuccaya). However he does not mention a standalone Tibetan parallel.
Analayo in his study of the various recensions does not mention any either, focusing mainly on the Chinese material.
Other than these sources, I haven't been able to find anything else on this.
There is the ''Saddharma Smṛtyupasthāna Sūtra'', but according to wikipedia,
This book mentions a ''Smṛtyupasthāna Sūtra'' (mDo dran.pa nyer.gzhag), but I am not sure if it is referring to the same as above:There does exist in Tibetan translation a "Saddharma Smṛtyupasthāna Sūtra" (dam pa'i chos dran pa nye bar bzhag pa'i mdo//dampé chödren panyé barzhak pé do) but this is a very large early Mahayana sutra and is an entirely different text
https://books.google.com/books?id=zDGN9 ... e&q&f=true
So, does anyone know if there is a parallel Tibetan text to the Pali Satipatthana sutta and if so where is it found?