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  • My most divine Guru, Lord of the four Kayas,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, Lord of unimpeded Dharmakaya,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, Lord of blissful Sambhogakaya,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, Lord of sundry Nirmanayas,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Gurus,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Deities,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Buddhas,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Dharma,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Sangha,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Dakas and Dakinis,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Dharmapalas,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.


  • My divine Guru, embodiment of all Refuge,
    I make petition to you: Shakyamuni-Vajradhara.

COLOPHON:

There is a text called the "Ganden Emanation Scripture" or "Ganden Trulpai Legbam" in Tibetan: "Dga.ldan Sprul.pai Glegs.bam". This book appears to only one person at a time and stays with this personfor the rest of their life or until they pass it on to a heart disciple. This book is actually Manjusri appearing as a book, and when needed, any point of Sutra or Tantra appears immediately. This person is the actual head of the Gelugpa. Not the Ganden Tri.pa but is the actual head. This is the text that the Guru Puja/Lama Choepa originatedirom. This quote isfound on page 244 of Phabongka Rinpoche's "Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand".




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