List of published work available for purchase on Amazon.com

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1.      A Brief Biography of Ngawang Yéshey Tubten 
2.      A Long Life Prayer for Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche 
3.      A Long Life Prayer for the Three Vajras 
4.      A Long-Life Prayer for the Omniscient Dalai Lama 
5.      A Message of Exhortation to the Nechung Oracle-Protector 
6.      A Poetic Letter Sent to the Mahāsiddha Tangtong Gyelpo with the Spiritual Support of a Rosary of Fifty Corals 
7.      A Practice of the Meaning of the Four Causes for Rebirth in Sukhāvatī 
8.      A Praise and Prayer to Sarasvati 
9.      A Prayer for Dispelling Obstacles from the Path 
10.   A Prayer for Passage to Chamara, the Land of Lotus Light 
11.   A Short Method for Reciting Samantabhadra’s Prayer for Excellent Conduct 
12.   A Supplication to Khenpo Jigme Phüntsok Rinpoché: Composed for his students by Khenpo Jigme Phüntsok Rinpoché 
13.   A Supplication to Milarepa 
14.   A Terma of Tulku Mingyur Dorje: An Aspiration Prayer 
15.   Advice on Friends 
16.   Advice to the People of Dzagyel Sershul 
17.   Ārya Jambhala’s Dhāraṇī for Fully Pacifying All Sheep Sickness 
18.   Arya Maitreya’s King of Prayers 
19.   Aspiration for the Land of Great Bliss 
20.   Aspiration Prayer for Dākinī Rigdzin Yangchen Lhamo 
21.   Bringing Down the Compassionate Blessings of the Great Lion: King of the World (Gésar) 
22.   Cave’s Treasure 
23.   Condensed Smoke Offering 
24.   Dharmakaya Kuntuzangpo: A Supplication to Padmasambhava 
25.   Diamond of Vajra: A Long Life Prayer for the Venerable Elder Chao Khun Phratep Siddhivides of Wat Ananda Metyarama Thai Buddhist Temple 
26.   Dredging the Depths of Deepest Hell: The Concise King of Confessions of Purifying Remorse (Based on a Revealed Treasure Teaching (gter ma) of Nyangrel Nyima Özer) 
27.   Extremely Concise Practices of Sanctifying Incense [Sang] and Golden Beverage Offerings [Serkyem] 
28.   Flower of Saffron:: A Prayer for the Flourishing of the Géluk Teachings 
29.   For the Benefit of Beings Pervading Space: A Meditation-Recitation on the Vastly Compassionate One 
30.   Garland of Jewels: A Long Life Prayer for P’ub Dorjé Wangdü 
31.   Gelongma Palmo’s Tara Prayer 
32.   Great Treasury of Blessings: Verses of Aspiration for the Long Life of Khenchen Lama Pelgyeypa Dorjé Rinpoché 
33.   Jetsun Drakpa Gyaltsen’s Tara Prayer 
34.   Letter from the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile Regarding the Passing of Chatral Rinpoché, Sanggyay Dorjé 
35.   Letter Sent to Lama Lhumgompa 
36.   Long Life Prayer for Ḍākinī Rigdzin Yangchen Lhamo 
37.   Milarepa’s Song of Threes 
38.   Mirror-like Deep Wisdom (ādarśa-jñāna): A Prayer of Praise to Ḍākinī Rigdzin Yangchen Lhamo A
39.   Missive to Master Jangchub Kyab 
40.   Missive to Master Patron Draktokpa 
41.   Ocean of Offering Clouds: A Butter Lamp Prayer 
42.   On the Long Life Arrows of Māratika Cave: The Silken Arrows of Longevity 
43.   Personal Experiential Feelings of the Yogi 
44.   Prayer for the Swift Rebirth of Dungsay Thinley Norbu Rinpoché 
45.   Profound Instructions on the View of the Middle Way 
46.   Pure Offering of Joyful Bliss: An Aspiration for the Good Fortune of the Transcendent Ḍākinī, Rigdzin Yangchen Lhamo 
47.   Quick Protection from Fear: A Prayer to Tārā 
48.   Sanctifying Smoke Offering to the Great God Gaṇapati 
49.   Song of Symbolic Dharmas Necessary for Meditation 
50.   Song of the Seven Essentials 
51.   Spontaneous Accomplishment of Awakened Activity: An Offering Invocation to the Great Lion, Gésar the Gem 
52.   Spontaneously Accomplishing All Wishes: A Supplication to the Reverend Lady Tārā 
53.   Supplication for the Long Life of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
54.   Supplication to Padmasambhava at Gungtang Pass: Discovered by Terton Padma Lingpa 
55.   Tangtong Gyalpo’s Prayer to the Jowo Rinpoche Statue: The Lord Mahasiddha’s Prayer Performed Before the Jowo Rinpoche Statue of Lhasa 
56.   Tārās Mantra Which Protects from the Eight Fears: A Scripture from the Tibetan Buddhist Canon (Kangyur) 
57.   The Abridged Sukhavati Prayer 
58.   The Appearance of Beneficial and Blissful Light: A Supplication to the Five World-Protecting Deities for the Happiness of Tibet and Kham 
59.   The Benefits of Circumambulations 
60.   The Blazing Ushnisha Dharani 
61.   The Blazing Wheel: A Skillful Method for Accomplishment: a Terma of Tulku Zangpo Drakpa and Rigdzin Godem 
62.   The Bodhisattva’s Confession of Downfalls: The Exalted Three Heaps Sutra 
63.   The Bodhisattva’s Jewel Rosary 
64.   The Complete Purification of the Eyes: An Exalted Awareness-Mantra 
65.   The Concise Dhāraṇī Ritual for Purifying Offerings 
66.   The Concise Red Scented Smoke Offering (Marsur) 
67.   The Concise Smoke Offering Ritual 
68.   The Conclusion to the Heart-Essence of the Far-Reaching Perfection of Sublime Gnosis Sutra 
69.   The Condensed Ritual for Repelling Gossiping Enemies 
70.   The Condensed Root Practice of the Guru Vidyadhara: A Padmasambhava Guru Yoga 
71.   The Demon Dispelling Dhāranī of the Thirteen Cakras 
72.   The Dhāraṇī for Prostrating Before a Sacred Support: from Essential Dharma Practices of the Yogin 
73.   The Dhāranī for Seeing Dreams: of Vajrapāni 
74.   The Dhāranī of Cowherd Vasudhārā: From ‘Compendium of Regular Practices for Names and Dhāraṇīs’ 
75.   The Dhāranī of Enchanting Vasudhārā: From ‘Compendium of Regular Practices for Names and Dhāraṇīs’ 
76.   The Dhāraṇī of Four-Armed Red Gaṇapati: From ‘Compendium of Regular Practices for Names and Dhāraṇīs’ 
77.   The Dhāraṇī of Four-Armed White Gaṇapati from the Tradition of the Jowo: [Atiśa Dīpaṃkara Śrījñāna] 
78.   The Dhāraṇī of Noble Maṇibhadra 
79.   The Dhāraṇī of the Four Great Kings 
80.   The Dhāraṇī of the Heart-Essence of All Tathāgatas: Extracted from Dhāraṇīs Which Condense the Essence of the Kangyur 
81.   The Dhāraṇī of the Lord of Secrets, Vajrapāṇi: From ‘The Treasure Mine of Practice Methods’ 
82.   The Dhārani of the Three Protectors of Beings 
83.   The Dhāraṇī of the Yakṣa Jambhala Śrī: Ārya-Jambhala-Śrī-nāma-Dhāraṇī 
84.   The Dhāraṇī of the Yakṣa Maṇibhadra: Extracted from ‘The Treasure Mine of Practice Methods’ 
85.   The Dhāraṇī of Vasudhārā, the Goddess Arisen from Dhāraṇī: Extracted from ‘The Treasure Mine of Practice Methods’ 
86.   The Dhāraṇī of White Mahākāla, the Wish-Fulfilling Jewel: The Second Form of the Protector Mahākāla: Extracted from ‘The Treasure Mine of Practice Methods’ 
87.   The Dhārani of Yellow Jambhala from the Guhyāsamaja: From the forthcoming book, The Compendium of Daily Name-Recitation and Dhārani Practices 
88.   The Dhāraṇī of Yellow Jambhala’s Chief Form: From ‘The Compendium of Daily Name-Recitation and Dhārani Practices’ 
89.   The Dhāraṇī Ritual for Preventing Bad Dreams: A Scripture from the Tibetan Buddhist Canon (Kangyur) 
90.   The Dharanis for Attaining the Four Immeasurables 
91.   The Eight Verses of Mind Training 
92.   The Essence of Ganapati, the Lord of Gatherings: From the Sherig Parkhang Zungdu 
93.   The Extremely Concise ‘Dispelling the Faults of Interdependence’: a Treasure Teaching (gter ma) 
94.   The Glory of the Golden Mountain: A Long Life Prayer for the Unsurpassed Master of the Great Perfection, Namkhai Norbu Rinpoché 
95.   The Great Repository of Grace-Waves: A Praise to Manjushri 
96.   The Great Seal: Mahāmudrā 
97.   The Great Sūtra known as ‘The Transcendent Victory Banner’: (Dhvajā Grana Mahā-Sūtra) 
98.   The Heart-Essence Dhāraṇī of the Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra in 100,000 Lines 
99.   The Heart-Essence Dhāraṇī of the Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra in 18,000 Lines: Extracted from Dhāraṇīs Which Condense the Essence of the Kangyur 
100.  The Heart-Essence Dhāraṇī of the Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra in 25,000 Lines: From ‘Dhāraṇīs Which Condense the Essence of the Kangyur’
101.                   The Heart-Essence Dhāraṇī of the Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra in 8000 Lines 
102.                   The Heart-Essence Mantra of Amitayus: From the Sherig Parkhang Zungdu Sep
103.                   The Heart-Essence of the Far-Reaching Perfection of Sublime Gnosis, the Transcendent Conqueror Goddess: The Heart Sutra 
104.                   The Heart-Essence of the Prajñā-pāramitā in One Syllable Sūtra 
105.                   The Incantation of Gaṇapati’s Monkey Emanation: A Dhāraṇī of the Lord of Gatherings 
106.                   The Innermost Essence of the Noble Mañjuśrī’s Tantra: Extracted from Dhāraṇīs Which Condense the Essence of the Kangyur 
107.                   The Innermost Heart-Essence of the Noble Mayūri, the Queen of Knowledge Mantras 
108.                   The Instruction on Parting from the Four Attachments 
109.                   The Intricate Knot of Indestructible Vajra Prayer 
110.                   The Long Life Prayer for His Holiness the Dalai Lama 
111.                   The Lotus Jewel: A Self-Visualization of Guru Rinpoché: (Padmasambhava) 
112.                   The Magnetizing Practice of King Gésar 
113.                   The Mahālakṣmīni Sūtra 
114.                   The Manifest Realization of Lion-Faced Ḍākinī in Brief: Also popularly known as: The Concise Lion-Faced Ḍākinī Dispelling Ritual 
115.                   The Melody of Deathless Accomplishment: A Prayer for the Exalted Feet of the Gurus to Remain Firm 
116.                   The Method for Accomplishing Tārā: A New Treasure Teaching 
117.                   The Name-Dhārani of Je Tsongkhapa: From the forthcoming book, The Compendium of Daily Name-Recitation and Dhārani Practices
118.                   The Name-Recitation of Medicine Buddha: From the forthcoming book, The Compendium of Daily Name-Recitation and Dhārani Practices 
119.                   The Name-Recitation of the Protector Amitābha 
120.                   The Noble Gaṇapati’s Heart-Dhāraṇī: A Scripture from the Tibetan Buddhist Canon (Kangyur) 
121.                   The One Syllable Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra: The Transcendental Practice of Discerning Insight, the Mother of All Suchness Faring Ones, in a Single Syllable 
122.                   The One-Page Prayer: A Prayer to Khunu Lama Rinpoche 
123.                   The Practice of the Dhāranī for Expanding Intellect 
124.                   The Practice of the Noble Dhāraṇī of Immeasurable Longevity and Wisdom 
125.                   The Praise to the Wish-Fulfilling Wheel of White Tara Together with the Mantra-Dharani 
126.                   The Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra of Candragarbha 
127.                   The Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra of Samantabhadra 
128.                   The Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra of Vajraketu 
129.                   The Prajñā-pāramitā Sūtra of Vajrapāṇi 
130.                   The Prayer for the Happiness of Tibet 
131.                   The Prayer for the Stages of the Path : The Lamrim Prayer 
132.                   The Prayer for the Swift Rebirth of the 9th Khalkha Jetsün Dampa Rinpoche 
133.                   The Prayer for the Swift Rebirth of the 9th Khalkha Jetsün Dampa Rinpoche 
134.                   The Prayer of the Unchanging Vajra Diamond: A Supplication to HH the Dalai Lama 
135.                   The Prayer to Padmasambhava and the Four Elemental Goddesses for Pacifying Disasters Arising from the Elements 
136.                   The Prayer Which Freed the Sakyapas from Sickness 
137.                   The Primal Rosary of Precious Stones: A Long Life Prayer for His Eminence Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoché 
138.                   The Root Verses of the Three Principle Aspects of the Path 
139.                   The Single Stanza: A Scripture from the Tibetan Buddhist Canon (Kangyur) 
140.                   The Six-Syllable Dhāraṇī of Avalokiteśvara : The Practice from Jowo Atiśa’s Tradition 
141.                   The Staircase that Leads to Liberation: An Extraordinary Guru Yoga Relying Upon Chintamani Tara 
142.                   The Supplication to Lord Trulzhik Ngawang Chökyi Lodrö 
143.                   The Supplication to Terchen Trulzhik Dongak Lingpa 
144.                   The Sūtra of the Teaching on the Four Dharmas 
145.                   The Sūtra on Deep Wisdom at the Moment of Death 
146.                   The Sūtra on Perfectly Possessing Ethical Discipline: Śīlā Samyukta Sūtra 
147.                   The Sūtra on the Three Trainings: Sikṣa-Traya-Sūtra 
148.                   The Sūtras on Recollecting the Precious Triple Gem 
149.                   The Teaching on the Eleven Contemplations Sutra 
150.                   The Teaching on the Signs that the Common Preliminaries Have Entered One’s Mindstream 
151.                   The Three Kāyas Sūtra: Ārya-Trikāya-nāma-Mahāyana-Sūtra 
152.                   The Tibetan ‘Pravartana’ Version of the Dharma Wheel Discourse: The Mighty Turning of the Dharma Wheel Sūtra 
153.                   The Vasudhārā Dhāraṇī from the Tradition of Jamari 
154.                   The Vows of Going for Refuge from a Drikung Kagyu book on Vows
155.                   The Water Offering of a Treasure Trove of Ambrosial Nectar 
156.                   The White Flower Prayer: An Aspiration for HH the Dalai Lama 
157.                   The Wish-Fulfilling Gem: A Sādhanā of the Reverend Lord Mañjuśrī
158.                   The Wish-Fulfilling Jewel: A Supplication to Guru Rinpoche 
159.                   Treasury of the Ocean of Blessings and Siddhis: A Heartfelt Aspiration [for Khenchen Lama Pelgyeypa Dorjé Rinpoché] 
160.                   White Utpala Flower: A Garland of Praise for His Eminence Dzogchen Namdak Tulku Rinpoché 
161.                   Words of Truth for Accomplishing Immortality: A Prayer for Stable Abiding: A Long Life Prayer for Jhado Tulku Rinpoché 

 

 

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Erick Tsiknopoulos

Erick Tsiknopoulos (b. 1981) is an American translator of Tibetan, a scholar, researcher and postgraduate student in Buddhist Studies, a teacher and tutor of Tibetan language, a writer and editor, a voracious reader in various subjects, and an experienced world traveler. He is the founder and primary Tibetan translator of the Sugatagarbha Translation Group, and the creator of their main website, Tibetan-Translations.com, which currently features English translations of over 400 Tibetan texts. Many of his translations have been published in various forms, including as books. He has been a student of Buddhism since 1999, a student of Tibetan Buddhism since 2003, and a student of Tibetan language since 2005. He has been translating Tibetan texts into English since 2007, has been based in India and Nepal studying Tibetan language and Buddhism intensively and translating Tibetan texts since 2008, and has been working professionally as a Tibetan-English translator and interpreter since 2009. He is available for contact via email at: EmptyElephant@yahoo.com and SugatagarbhaTranslations@gmail.com

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