Mind Training - Table of Contents

The Great Collection

Preface
Introduction
Technical Note

Mind Training: The Great Collection

1. Bodhisattva’s Jewel Garland
Atiśa Dīpaṃkara (982–1054)

2. How Atiśa Relinquished His Kingdom and Sought Liberation
Dromtönpa (1005–64)

3. The Story of Atiśa’s Voyage to Sumatra

4. Root Lines of Mahayana Mind Training
Atiśa Dīpaṃkara (982–1054)

5. Annotated Root Lines of Mahayana Mind Training

6. Seven-Point Mind Training
Chekawa (1101–75)

7. A Commentary on the “Seven-Point Mind Training”
Sé Chilbu (1121–89)

8. The Wheel of Sharp Weapons

9. The Peacock’s Neutralizing of Poison

10. Melodies of an Adamantine Song:
A Chanting Meditation on Mind Training

11. Stages of the Heroic Mind

12. Leveling Out All Conceptions

13. A Teaching on Taking Afflictions onto the Path

14. Guru Yoga Mind Training

15. An Instruction on Purifying Negative Karma

16. Mahayana Purification of Grudges

17. Two Yoginīs’ Admonition to Atiśa to Train His Mind

18. Kusulu’s Accumulation Mind Training

19. Mind Training Taking Joys and Pains onto the Path

20. Sumpa Lotsāwa’s Ear-Whispered Mind Training

21. Bodhisattva Samantabhadra’s Mind Training

22. Eight Sessions Mind Training

23. Mind Training Removing Obstacles

24. Mahayana Mind Training Eliminating Future Adversities

25. Atiśa’s Seven-Point Mind Training

26. Mind Training in a Single Session
Chim Namkha Drak (1210–85)

27. Advice to Namdak Tsuknor
Atiśa Dīpaṃkara (982–1054)

28. Glorious Virvapa’s Mind Training
Lo Lotsāwa (twelfth–thirteenth century)

29. Eight Verses on Mind Training
Langri Thangpa (1054–1123)

30. A Commentary on “Eight Verses on Mind Training”
Chekawa (1101–75)

31. The Story of the Repulsive Mendicant

32. A Commentary on “Leveling Out All Conceptions”

33. Mahayana Mind Training

34. Public Explication of Mind Training
Sangyé Gompa (1179–1250)

35. Yangönpa’s Instruction on Training the Mind
Yangönpa (1213–58)

36. Guide to the Heart of Dependent Origination

37. Supplement to the “Oral Tradition”
Könchok Gyaltsen (1388–1469)

38. Root Lines of “Parting from the Four Clingings”

39. Parting from the Four Clingings
Drakpa Gyaltsen (1147–1216)

40. Unmistaken Instruction on “Parting from the Four Clingings”
Sakya Paṇḍita (1182–1251)

41. An Instruction on “Parting from the Four Clingings”
Nupa Rikzin Drak (thirteenth century)

42. A Key to the Profound Essential Points: A Meditation Guide to “Parting from the Four Clingings”
Goram Sönam Sengé (1429–89)

43. A Concise Guide to “Parting from the Four Clingings”
Künga Lekpai Rinchen (fifteenth century)

Table of Tibetan Transliteration
Notes
Glossary
Bibliography
Index
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