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Re: Tsalung Trulkor

Post by kalden yungdrung » Wed Aug 22, 2018 6:45 pm

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The Oral Instruction of the Essential Instructions for The Illusory Movements from The Oral Transmission of Dzogpachenpo (from the Ancient Country) Zhangzhung (rDzogs pa chen pa zhang zhung snyan rgyud las ‘khrul ‘khor zhal shes man ngag bzhugs so//)

(III.1.2. The Root Magical Movements Removing Obstacles)

Second, as for the Magical Movements Removing Obstacles there are taught 5 successive distinct (movements):

(1.) Swan Drinking Water,
(2.) Female Yak Butting its Horn, and
(3.) Female Kyang´s Reclining Stance,
(4.) Hawk Soaring in the Air, and
(5.) Four Continent´s Final Rolling Up, are the five Magical Movements Removing Obstacles.

1. Magical Movement of the Swan (Drinking Water).
(Stand and completely) straighten the body and hold the waist with the `handles´ (thumbs and forefingers), thumbs pointing forward.
Bend down to the front touching the top of the head to the ground,
and extend the top of the head backwards, like this each at one time.
Repeat (the movement) in the same way 7 times.

(Finish) agitating and shaking (arms and legs) and expel the vital energies with the stale breath (through nose and mouth) sounding HA.

2. Female Yak Butting its Horn.
Stand upright and hold the waist with the fingers pointing forward.
The upper part of the body spins (downward and to the right) onto the (left) knee while crossing (the legs in a jumping step).
Rotate (and alternate spinning down and crossing) 7 times.

3. Female Kyang´s Reclining Stance.
Straighten the (whole) body (and stand upright) and hold the waist with your fingers pointing forward.
Turn the upper part of the body so that the (right) elbow is tangible touching the (left) knee;
the right towards the left at one time.
Repeat (the movement) alternating sides 7 times.

(Finish) agitating and shaking (arms and legs) and
expel the vital energies with the stale breath (through nose and mouth) sounding HA.

4. Hawk Soaring in the Air.
Hold the waist with the `handles´ (thumbs and forefingers), thumbs pointing forward, and (stand upright) with the feet united and held equally)
Turn the upper part of the body forward and tilt it backwards at one time.
Repeat (the movement) 7 times.

5. Four Continents´ Final Rolling Up.
Straighten the (whole) body like a stroke and cross the arms by turning the right and left hands towards the (respective armpits, with the right foot tangible touching the point above the left knee, and then likewise with the left foot tangible touching the point above the left knee), each at one time.
Repeat (the movement) 7 times.

It is necessary to (finish) all (movements) by agitating and shaking (arms and legs) and (expeling the vital energies with the stale breath through nose and mouth) sounding HA.

(II.1.2.1. Virtuous Qualities of the 5 Magical Movements Removing Obstacles)

(1.) The Virtuous Qualities of the Swan Drinking Water:
By liberating the source of the diseases of the four collections (of the humors wind, bile, phlegm and blood) the doorways of the subtle channels of the space element is opened.

(2.) The Virtuous Qualities of the Female Yak Butting its Horn.
By liberating the source of the diseases of heat and fever (the humor phlegm) the doorways of the subtle channels of the earth element is opened.

(3.) The Virtuous Qualities of the Female Kyang´s Reclining Stance.
By liberating the source of the diseases of the humor bile and phlegm (bile) the doorways of the subtle channels of the air element is opened.

(4.) The Virtuous Qualities of the Hawk Soaring in the Air.
By liberating the source of the diseases of (increasing) heat are liberated the doorways of the subtle channels of the fire element is opened.

(5.) The Virtuous Qualities of the Four Continents´ Final Rolling Up.
By liberating the source of the diseases of cold the doorways of the subtle channels of the water element is opened.

As for the general (virtuous qualities of the 5 Illusory Movements Removing Obstacles the practitioner) attains the power of swift-running, the blazing of heat, and transforms (all the) adverse conditions thus increasing one´s life (force and life span).

These are the virtuous qualities of the (Five Root) Magical Movements Removing Obstacles according to the teachings, which are attributed to the realization of Togme Zhigpo.

By perfecting the strength of the vital energy of the life-force
drowsiness and agitation are purified into one´s own place.
As vital energy and mind is inserted into the central channel
the constant movements of the host of thoughts are liberated.

gegs sel drug ni/
ngang mo chu thung/ ‘brong mo zur brdung/ rkyang mo’i nyal stabs/ khra yi (khra’i) rlung ‘dzin/ gling bzhi mtha’ bsgril/ gling bzhi mtha’ rgyas so//

bcu gnyis pa ngang mo chu ‘thung ni/
lus po bsrang la rked pa chang pas bzung la mthe bong gnyis nang du bstan/ nang du rgur nas spyi bos sa la reg pa dang/ shad kyis langs sa mgo bo ltag par dkyed (da bkyed)/ de ltar phyir dkyed nang rgyur reg mo lan bdun bya/ gsigs sprugs dang HA PHAT% ‘sgres//

bcu gsum pa ‘brong mo thur (zur) brdung ni/
langs la mdzub mo nang du bstan nas rked par bzung/ ro stod dpung mgo pus mo g.yas la bkal na (331) /g.yas zur nas mgo bos brdung tshul byed cing/ rkang pa bsnol mar mchongs stabs su g.yon la’nga de dang ‘dra ste/ res mos dkyus mchongs lan bdun bya/

bcu bzhi rkyang mo’i nyal stabs ni/
lus po langs mdzub mo nang du bstan nas rked par bzung/ ro stod bsgyur la gru mo g.yas pas pus mo g.yon dang/ g.yon pas g.yas la reg tsam zhing/ rkang pa phyed bsnyam g.yas g.yon bsnol mar stod smad dkyus la lan bdun bya/

bcu lnga pa khra yi (khra’i) rlung ‘dzin ni/
rkang pa gnyis gshibs nas langs la chang pas rked par bzung la the bong nang du bstan/ rkang mthil cung tsam btegs la mgo dang ro stod g.yas brgyur (bsgyur) g.yon bsgyur rgyab pa sgyur re dang/ gnam la ‘phag pa re bya ba de ´dra (332) lan bdun bya/

bcu drug pa gling bzhi mtha bsgril ni/
langs pa rkang pa g.yas kyis g.yon pa’i pus gong du reg tsam re bya zhing g.yon yang ‘dra la/ lag pa g.yas g.yon mchan khung du bsnol mar bsgril ba lan bdun bya/

bcu bdun pa gling bzhi mtha’ rgyas ni/
rdo rje skyil krung bca’ la lag pa gnyis kyi srin lag gis mthe bong mnan te lag mgo sa la btsug/ ljid rnams lag par bkal nas lus po yar la btegs shing ‘beb bskor bdun bya’o/

/‘di dag gi yon tan ni/ zhal shes nas/
ngang mos bzhi bsdus nad las grol zhing nam mkha’i rtsa sgo ‘byed/
‘brang (‘brong) mos bad kan nad las grol zhing sa yi rtsa sgo ‘byed/
rkyang mos mkhris pa’i nad las grol zhing rlung gi rtsa sgo ‘byed/
khra yis tsha ba’i nad (333) /las grol zhing me mi (me’i) rtsa sgo ‘byed/
gling bzhis grang pa’i nad las grol zhing chu yi rtsa sgo ‘byed/
thun mong bang mgyogs stobs ldan drod ‘bar tshe ring log po ‘gyur/
rtog med zhig pos gsungs pa’o/ shes so/ !

Transcribed and translated by Näldjorpa.
The best meditation is no meditation

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Re: Tsalung Trulkor

Post by Marie Nanchen » Sat Sep 01, 2018 12:58 pm

kalden yungdrung wrote:
Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:05 pm
Tashi delek,

Sorry but i could not trace the name of the author here, but i guess he is Bönpo from eastern Tibet.
Nowadays the Tibetans can speak Chinese and write it too.

Means that Bön Dharma written in Chinese, that can be translated by Google. :twothumbsup:
Tibetan is still not translated by Google......


The man on this demonstration is as quoted Akarpa Lobsang Rinpoche (the cousin of Tulkung Lobsang)

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Re: Tsalung Trulkor

Post by kalden yungdrung » Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:25 pm

:good:


Akarpa Lobsang Rinpoche got from different Tibetan Traditions teachings, so also in Bön, the ZZNG Tsalung Trulkor teachings.
The best meditation is no meditation

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