PADMA GYALPO SADHANA

Terma (hidden treasure) are key Tibetan Buddhist teachings, which the tradition holds were originally hidden by various adepts such as Padmasambhava and his consorts in the 8th century for future discovery at auspicious times by other adepts, known as tertons.

Rinpoche is known for having revealed various such hidden teachings, in full respect with the tradition of continuing revelation in Buddhism by tertons. These works have partially been translated to english for the benefit of countless beings.

H.E. Togden Rinpoche revealed and transcribed the Exceedingly Profound Ati-Yoga Mind Terma Practice of Padma Gyalpo, Guru Padmasambhava in the form of The Lotus King, accompanied by the Four Dakinis.

Memories and terma letters floated in his mind and vision, and Rinpoche revealed and transcribed the exceedingly profound ati-yoga mind terma practice of Padma Gyalpo – Guru Padmasambhava in the form of “The Lotus King”. Though he could reveal many other termas, Rinpoche did not do so. He felt that “The Lotus King Terma” was particularly appropriate and beneficial for modern people.

  1. Guru yidam with four realized princess dakinis – Yeshe Tsogyal (Tibet), Mandarava (Zahor), Ö-Changma (Odiyana) and Chogro Zadron (Tibet).
  2. Guru Yidam indivisible with Amitayus for good health and long life, as well as the secret method for repairing damaged life-force, which was imparted by Guru Rinpoche to King Trisong Detsen at the pinnacle of Samye Monastery, Tibet
  3. Guru Yidam as the unification of all wealth deities for attracting wealth, all animate qualities and in-animate essences within the container that is the universe. 
  4. The transference of consciousness for the deceased according to the pith instructions of Sri Singha  

Having been revealed by the blessing of Rinpoche in the later part of the 20th century, Padma Gyalpo terma is particularly appropriate and useful for beings living in the modern times.

Rinpoche in his home in Saboo

Rinpoche continues to perform the activities of a mahasiddha for the benefit of sentient beings and gives teachings regularly on the request of his many disciples and those with a sincere wish to learn and practice the Vajrayana.