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Nectar of Dharma: Vol 4 Sheja Kunkhyap Dzo

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One of the greatest contributors to Buddhism was Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, who in the time of the 9th Situpa, Pema Nyinje Wangpo, at Palpung Monastery in Kham Tibet, along with Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa, were the heart of a Buddhist renaissance that revived the dying lineages of Buddhism.

Jamgon Kongtrul gathered together all these lineage transmissions and teachings into what is known as The Five Treasures of Jamgon Kongtrul:

  1. The Treasury of Hidden Treasure Teachings (Rinchen Terzod), a collection of all the termas; 
  2. The Treasury of Kagyu Mantra Teachings (Kagyu Ngakzod), a collection of all the tantras, practices and empowerments of the Kagyu lineage; 
  3. The Treasury of Spiritual Instructions (Dam Ngakzod), a collection of all the essential teachings, practices, tantras and sacred instructions of the eight lineages of Vajrayana Buddhism; 
  4. The Treasury of Vast Teachings (Gyachen Kardzo), the collected writings of Jamgon Kongtrul; 
  5. The Treasury of All-Encompassing Knowledge (Sheja Kunkhyap Dzo), a collection of his writings on the ten traditional fields of knowledge.

Commencing in August 2006 at Palpung Sherabling, his seat in exile, Kenting Tai Situpa began the transmission and empowerment of these five treasures. The principal recipient was the 4th Jamgon Kongtrul, who received these along with many Rinpoches, ordained sangha and thousands of devotees from around the world.

Contained in this five volume set are the oral instructions and teachings given by the Vajradhara, Kenting Tai Situpa, during these transmissions.