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Karmay in his "Origin and Early Development of the Tibetan Religious Traditions of the Great Perfection" has traced the development of this ninefold classification through a comparative study of the writings of Padmasambhava, Kawa Peltsek, Nubchen Sangye Yeshe, Longchen Rabjampa and others.
The synthesis outlined in the Anuyoga text sPyi mdo dgongs pa 'dus pa and elaborated by the Mindroling tradition refers to the first three sequences rvakayna, Pratyekabuddhayna and Bodhisattvayna under the heading "vehicles which control the cause of suffering" kun 'byung 'dran pa'i theg pa , to the middle three Kriytantra, Ubhayatantra and Yogatantra as "vehicles of the outer tantras of austere awareness" phyi dka' thub rig pa'i rgyud kyi theg pa , and to the last three Mahyoga, Anuyoga and Atiyoga as "vehicles of overpowering means" dbang bsgyur thabs kyi theg pa.
According to Lochen Dharmar, the enumeration of nine is itself provisional because the structure may be simplified, e. Indeed, in the final analysis, there may be as many vehicles as there are thoughts in the mind, while, from the resultant or absolute standpoint, there is said to be no vehicle at all.
The following verses from the Lakvatrastra T. When the mind becomes transformed There is neither vehicle nor mover.
The integrated structure of these nine provisional vehicles is also mentioned in key texts, such as the principle Mental Class sems sde tantra of the Great Perfection rdzogs pa chen po system, the All-Accomplishing King Kun byed rgyal po'i rgyud, T. The distinctions between them are discussed in the many philosophical treatises of the Nyingma school which focus on spiritual and philosophical systems siddhnta, Tib. All these sources make the most basic distinction between the first three or stra-based vehicles which advocate a graduated, causal approach to enlightenment byang chub or buddhahood sangs rgyas nyid and the last six or tantra-based vehicles which maintain the resultant view that buddhahood is primordially or atemporally ye nas attained, and realised as such by the removal of the obscurations covering enlightened mind byang chub sems.
The term "tantra" rgyud actually means continuum, referring to the threefold continuum of the ground gzhi'i rgyud , continuum of the path lam gyi rgyud and continuum of the result 'bras bu'i rgyud , which respectively demarcate the unrealised abiding nature of reality gnas lugs , 4 the means by which it is realised thabs , and the fruitional buddha-body sku and pristine cognition ye shes resulting from that realisation.
It is this structure of ground, path and result around which the tantra-texts, both Nyingma and Sarma are developed, as we will see below with reference to the Guhyagarbha Tantra. At the same time, the term tantra also refers to the four classes of texts which assume this threefold structure. The four classes are the texts of Kriytantra, Ubhayatantra or Carytantra , Yogatantra and Yoganiruttaratantra, which are differentiated and discussed at length in the above treatises.
The last of these subdivisons, according to the Nyingma school, comprises the texts of Mahyoga, Anuyoga and Atiyoga, the "vehicles of overpowering means" or three classes of inner tantras nang rgyud sde gsum , which form the principal subject matter of the Nyingmapa commentarial tradition.
It is important that the distinctions between these three are now comprehended because, as we shall see, the Guhyagarbha Tantra has been interpreted from divergent Mahyoga and Atiyoga perspectives.
When the three classes of inner tantras are contrasted, Mahyoga is said to emphasise the ground or basis of the realisation of buddhahood, i. Alternatively, from the standpoint of meditative stability samdhi , Mahyoga focuses on the generation stage of meditation bskyed rim , Anuyoga on the perfection stage rdzogs rim , and Atiyoga on the Great Perfection rdzogs chen.
In the words of Menyak Khyungdrak, an eleventh-century holder of the Nyingma lineage: Though the three aspects of generation and perfection are present in them all, Mahyoga emphatically teaches the generation stage [of meditation], Anuyoga emphatically teaches the perfection stage [of meditation], and the Great Perfection is effortless with respect to both stages.
Longchen Rabjampa, in his Mind at Rest Sems nyid ngal gso , adds: Mahyoga emphasises [control of] vital energy and the skilful means of the generation stage. Anuyoga emphasises [control of] seminal energy and the discriminative awareness of the perfection stage. And according to Kyoton k-ye of Gongbu: Mahyoga stresses conduct, Anuyoga stresses meditative stability, And Atiyoga stresses the view.
As these authors state, Mahyoga emphasises the ground in its perspective, the generation stage in its meditative technique and ritual activities in its conduct, Anuyoga emphasises the path, the perfection stage of meditative technique and meditative stability, and Atiyoga emphasises the result, the Great Perfection or the view itself. We shall observe however that tantratexts such as the Guhyagarbha, despite their classification within Mahyoga, necessarily contain elements of all three, and it is for this reason that divergent exegetical traditions later developed.
The dispositions of those who would aspire to the three inner classes of tantra are also mentioned in the Tantra of the Great Array bKod pa chen po , which says: For one who would transcend the [mundane] mind There is the generation phase. For one who would possess the essence of mind There is the perfection phase. And for those who are supreme and most secret There is the Great Perfection. Longchen Rabjampa in his Great Chariot Shing rta chen mo elaborates: The father tantras of Mahyoga are the natural expression of the skilful means of appearance, intended on behalf of those requiring training who are mostly hostile and possessed by many ideas; the mother tantras of Anuyoga are the discriminative awareness of the perfection stage which is the reality of emptiness, intended for the benefit of those who are mostly desirous and delight in the tranquility of the mind; and the non-dual tantras of Atiyoga are revealed as the natural expression of their nonduality, intended for the benefit of those who are mostly deluded, but who are energetic.
MAHYOGA The essence of Mahyoga practice is that liberation is obtained through union with the indivisible superior truth lhag pa'i gnyis med bden pa by relying emphatically on the generation stage of meditation in which skilful means is employed thabs kyi bskyed rim. The Sanskrit term mahyoga is defined as the "great union" of the mind with non-dual truth. The classification includes the topics of empowerment dbang bskur and entrance 'jug pa , view lta ba , discipline tshul khrims , meditation sgom , conduct spyod pa and result 'bras bu.
At the outset, four empowerments are conferred, enabling Mahyoga to be practised. The vehicle is then entered through three successive phases of meditative stability, namely: great emptiness stong pa chen po which purifies death, great compassion snying rje chen po which purifies the intermediate state after death bar do and the seals and attainment of the maala-clusters phyag rgya dang tshom bu tshogs sgrub which purify the three phases of life by establishing the practitioners true nature to be the maala of deities.
The view maintained by Mahyoga practitioners holds ultimate truth don dam bden pa to be spontaneous awareness rig pa without conceptual elaboration, relative truth kun rdzob bden pa to be the ideas or mental energy of that awareness which manifest as a maala of buddha-body and pristine cognition, and the superior indivisible truth to be the unity of these two emptiness and pure appearance. Discipline in the context of Mahyoga refers to twenty-eight commitments dam tshig that are upheld in relation to meditative practice, renunciation and attainment.
Meditation here comprises both non-symbolic meditative stability in the nature of ultimate reality and the symbolic meditations of 7 the generation and perfection stages. In the generation stage, the maala of meditational deities is gradually visualised through the aforementioned three successive meditative stabilities, in which deity and thought processes are indivisible.
In the perfection stage, the visualisation emphasises the control of the energy channels, currents of vital energy and focal points of seminal energy rtsa rlung thig le , either within the meditators own subtle body rang lus steng sgo or else when in union with a yogic partner gzhan lus 'og sgo. The conduct observed by practitioners of Mahyoga implies that the defilements and dissonant mental states of cyclic existence sasra , as well as the rites of forceful "liberation" sgrol and sexual practices sbyor can be engaged without attachment because they are retained as skilful means.
Lastly, the result attained by practitioners of Mahyoga is the actualisation of the five buddha-bodies sku lnga in this very lifetime or in the intermediate state after death. ANUYOGA The essence of Anuyoga practice is that by relying on the perfection stage of meditation, emphasising discriminative awareness shes rab rdzogs rim , liberation is obtained through the unifying realisation of the expanse of reality dbyings and pristine cognition ye shes , without duality.
The Sanskrit term anuyoga is defined as "subsequent yoga", i. As to the aforementioned six classificatory topics, Anuyoga has thirty-six basic and eight hundred and thirty-one ancillary empowerments which are conferred in relation to to all nine sequences of the vehicle, including the stras; and it is entered through the spontaneously perfect non-duality of the expanse and pristine cognition.
The view maintained by Anuyoga practitioners is that all phenomena are the primordial maala of Samantabhadr ye ji bzhin pa'i dkyil 'khor , the uncreated awareness is the pristine cognition or spontaneously present maala of Samantabhadra rang bzhin lhun grub kyi dkyil 'khor , and the supreme bliss of their offspring is the fundamental maala of enlightened 8 mind, without duality of expanse and pristine cognition byang chub sems kyi dkyil 'khor.
Discipline in the context of Anuyoga refers to the nine categories of commitments described in the sixty-sixth chapter of the Stra which Gathers All Intentions mDo dgongs pa 'dus pa, Derge Vol.
Meditation here comprises the path of means thabs lam which utilises the energy channels, currents of vital energy and focal points of seminal energy either with reference to the meditators subtle body or in union with a yogic partner, and the path of liberation grol lam which comprises the nonconceptual meditative stability in the nature of reality and symbolic meditative stability in the nature of the meditational deities, who are said, here, to appear instantly "in the manner of a fish leaping from the water.
Lastly, the result attained by practitioners of Anuyoga is the actualisation of the twenty-five resultant realities 'bras bu chos nyer lnga of the buddha-level within one lifetime. ATIYOGA The essence of Atiyoga practice, also known as the Great Perfection rdzogs pa chen po , is that liberation occurs in primordial buddhahood ye nas sangs rgyas pa , without renunciation, acceptance, hope or doubt.
The Sanskrit term atiyoga is defined as the "highest union" because it is the culmination of all vehicles, and of both the generation and perfection stages. As to the aforementioned six-fold classification: the empowerment of the expressive power of awareness rig pa'i rtsal dbang is initially conferred, and the vehicle is then entered, without engaging in mundane activities.
The view maintained by Atiyoga practitioners is that all things of cyclic existence sasra and nirva are present as primordial buddhahood within the unique point of seminal energy thig le nyag gcig , identified with the buddha-body of reality chos sku.
Meditation here comprises the three classes of the Great Perfection Mental, Spatial and Esoteric Instructional sems klong man ngag gi sde gsum the last of which includes the most advanced techniques of Cutting Through Resistance khregs chod and AllSurpassing Realisation thod rgal. The conduct observed by practitioners of Atiyoga is devoid of acceptance or rejection. Lastly, the result attained by practitioners of Atiyoga is that the goal buddhahood is reached at the present moment, on the level of spontaneously perfect Samantabhadra.
Taking all these points into account, the prime distinction between the three inner classes of tantra is therefore that Mahyoga, the basis, cultivates the realisation of primordial buddhahood in a gradual manner, Anuyoga does so in a spontaneous or perfect manner, and Atiyoga is the Great Perfection underlying both approaches the goal itself.
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This great literary achievement was brought about at Drajurling in Samye through the combined efforts of invited foreign scholars paita and indigenous Tibetan translators lo ts ba , of whom the names of over sixty are recorded in the extant colophons of the texts they translated. The texts were not publicly taught but applied in practice with great secrecy, in accordance with the ancient Indian tradition, by the first generation Tibetan students of Padmasambhava, Vimalamitra, and other great accomplished masters in the remote meditation hermitages at Chimphu, Dra Yangdzong, Chuwori, Yerpa and Sheldrak.
Many of the neophytes, including Nyak Jnakumra, are consequently said to have 10 manifested the supreme and common spiritual accomplishments siddhi , and to have established their own teaching lineages. For this reason, the esoteric higher classes of tantra were excluded from the lDan dkar ma catalogue of translations, which was compiled during the early ninth century by two foremost students of Padmasambhava, as a list of all the exoteric texts stras, vinaya and so on that had been translated for wider propagation.
Then, when concerted efforts were made in the early ninth century to standardise the terminology and orthography of the early exoteric translations, the more esoteric texts representing the three classes of tantra were left unaltered on account of their secrecy and great sanctity. This is recounted in the sGra sbyor bam gnyis, an important ninth century manual on the transliteration and translation of Sanskrit terms, which in fact says: Because of their great strictness the inner tantras of the secret mantras are not here set forth.
During the persecution of King Langdarma r. The subsequent assassination of Langdarma weakened the royal dynasty, and the country soon disintegrated in the wake of three catastrophic rebellions. Later, in the eleventh century, when the new wave of translations was introduced to Tibet by the likes of Rinchen Zangpo, Drokmi Lotswa, and Marpa Lotswa, polemical edicts were written against the practice of the early tantras by Lha Lama Yeshe-o 947-1024 the king of Gu-ge in far-west Tibet, who was a fifth generation descendent of Langdarma, and by Go Khugpa Lhe-tse.
It is largely for this reason that these texts were not eventually included in the Tibetan Tripiaka Kangyur , which is essentially a 14th century compilation of the later translations. Even so, the Kangyur does includes a short selection of early tantras in its rNying rGyud section T. These comprise only the principal texts representing each of the three classes, namely the Tantra of the All-Accomplishing King Kun byed rgyal po, T.
For such reasons, the complete Collected Tantras of the Ancient Tradition rnying ma'i rgyud 'bum came to be compiled independently of the Tibetan Tripitaka. Zurpoche gathered these early tantras from all possible sources, including some in the possession of his contemporary Rok kya Jungne, who imparted them through their mutual student Zangom Sherab Gyalpo.
Zurpoche then introduced the systematic study and practice of the tantras at his college and hermitage in Ugpalung, while his successors Zurchung Sherab Drak 1014-74 and Zur kya Senge 1074-1135 widely disseminated the teaching of the early tantras from their nearby hermitages at Drak Gyawo and Drophuk respectively.
Slightly later, in 1192 or 1206, Drogon Namka Pelwa, the son of the illustrious treasure-finder Nyangrel Nyima Ozer, commissioned a new manuscript edition of the early tantras, inscribed in gold rgyud 'bum gser bris ma , probably based on the Ugpalung collection, at his ancestral residence of Mawachok in Southern Tibet.
This was undertaken as an act of devotion, coinciding with the death of his father. Then, in the early 14th century, a descendent of the Zur family named Zur Zangpopel utilised the material resources, which he had obtained in the form of commissions and gifts from the Mongol emperor downloadantu r.
He is said to have printed a thousand copies of each and distributed them to students. This account cannot be corroborated because the xylographs and their copies are no longer extant, but, if true, the project 12 would certainly rank among the earliest Tibetan attempts to introduce woodblock printing.
It is possible, as Bryan J. Cuevas has noted, that the manuscript version of the Collected Tantras that was formerly preserved at Thandrok Monastery in Kongpo was brought there around this time, because the third generation lineage-holder of Karma Lingpa, one Gyarawa Namkha Chokyi Gyatso b. At any rate, the dissemination of the early tantra texts remained somewhat tenuous until the fifteenth century, when the treasure-finder Ratna Lingpa 1403-1471 made great efforts to gather source materials from all quarters, including the provisional set of the Collected Tantras which was preserved at Ugpalung, and he received their complete transmission from the aged Megom Samten Zangpo of Tsang, who alone held their continuous lineage at that time.
Later, Ratna Lingpa integrated these texts with certain other tantras in his possession, including some that had been revealed as gter ma in the preceeding centuries, and he compiled two new manuscript editions of the Collected Tantras in 40 short-length volumes, at Lhundrub Palace, his residence in Drushul, the earlier one inscribed in black ink, and the later one in gold.
He transmitted the collection many times to ensure their continuity through the succession of his own familial line and that of the treasure finder Pema Lingpa 1450-1521 , which are both intimately connected with the Lhodrak border region and neighbouring Bhutan.
It appears that two extant manuscript versions of the Collected Tantras, those of Tsamdrak mtshams brag and Gangteng sgang steng in Bhutan, 13 could well be derivatives of Ratna Lingpas compilation. The latter has recently been photographed by Robert Mayer, but not yet catalogued.
The former, in 46 short-length volumes, has been reprinted in photo offset format in Chengdu. A printed index to this edition was initially prepared by Anthony Barber in Taipei and included within the Taipei edition of the Tibetan Tripiaka. More recently, this has been expanded into a full internet version, including all chapter titles and colophons, by David Germanos project at the University of Virginia.
Yet, the proceess of redaction did not end with Ratna Lingpa. He prepared manuscript copies of the Collected Tantras on three occasions, integrating the compilations of Zur Zangpopel and Ratna Lingpa. The first copy was retained at his monastery of Gongra Nyesang Dorjeling in Tsang, while the other two were despatched to Kham and Kongpo.
The Sakyapa lama Sangye Dorje is reported to have brought one of these manuscripts to Takbu Drakmar Monastery in the Yangtze gorge region around this time. The great treasure-finder Rigdzin Terdak Lingpa 1646-1714 , founder of Mindroling Monastery, who enjoyed the patronage of the Fifth Dalai Lama, is known to have prepared a new manuscript of the Collected Tantras in 23 long volumes pod chen , inscribed in silver and gold, and based on four earlier manuscripts in his possession: those of Ugpalung, Kongpo Thangdrok, Tsangrong Monastery, and his own ancestral seat at Dargye Choling.
According to his brother Lochen Dharmar 1654-1717 , this new manuscript edition had a more methodical structure and also a catalogue in one volume, but it is, alas, no longer extant, Mindroling having been sacked by the Dzungar Mongols in 1717.
However, one of his students Dalai Qutuqtu Ngawang Sherub Gyatso from Amdo succeeded in copying the manuscript, and on returning to Amdo, he prepared a newer version in 30 volumes, inscribed in black ink. This was one of the sources utilised in the compilation of the Derge xylographic edition and it was considered at that time to be accurate and reliable. Their compilation was yet another important source utilised in the preparation of the Derge xylographic edition. Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa 1730-1798 , a native of Chongye Pelri, whose revelations of the Innermost Spirituality of Longchenpa Klong chen snying thig are widely practised at the present day, resolved to prepare a new manuscript edition of the Collected Tantras following the destruction of the Nyingma monastic centres of Dorje Drak and Mindroling by the Dzungar Mongols.
Backed by numerous sponsors, headed by Chakzam Rinpoche of Chuwori, during the years 1771-2 he did prepare a new manuscript edition in 25 volumes 26 with the addition of his own catalogue, including altogether 384 texts, with the first five pages of each volume written in ink made of the five precious substances: gold, silver, turquoise, coral and pearl, and the remaining folios in black ink on a white background skya chos.
The manuscript included fifty frontispience icons depicting lineageholders, two on the first page of each volume, and it was housed at his native residence in Chongye Pelri. The sources that he utilised included the provisional collection from Ugpalung that had been recompiled by Kunpang Drakyel, the aforementioned manuscript from Thangdrok in Kongpo, the 40 volume manuscript of Ratna Lingpa from Drushul, the 23 volume manuscript from Mindroling, and the Fifth Dalai Lamas Record of Teachings Received gSan yig.
Although his manuscript is no longer extant, he was the first to prepare a detailed catalogue and history of this collection, entitled the Narrative History of the Precious Collected Tantras of the Ancient Translation School; the Ornament Covering All Jambudvpa sNga 'gyur rgyud 'bum rin po che'i rtogs pa brjod pa 'dzam gling tha grur khyab pa'i rgyan.
All later compilers have relied on this catalogue which is included in the nine volumes of his Collected Works. The structure of this catalogue suggests that the tantra texts of Atiyoga occupied the first nine volumes in the sequence: Mental Class, Spatial Class and Esoteric Instructional Class.
The tantra texts of Anuyoga were contained in volumes 10 and 11, while those of Mahyoga occupied volumes 12-25. King Tenpa Tsering 1678-1738 brought Derge to the zenith of its power by conquering the outlying grasslands of Dzachuka, where Dzogchen and Zhechen monastereies are located.
In 1729 he founded the celebrated Derge Parkhang, which was completed in 1750 by his successors. Here, a new xylographic edition of the Kangyur was edited by Situ Chokyi Jung-ne of Pelpung 1700-74 and a new edition of the Tengyur commentaries by Zhuchen Tsultrim Rinchen.
Although Derge Gonchen itself espoused the Ngor tradition of Sakya, Nyingma influence reached its height here during this period. The kings successor Sawang Zangpo died in his 25th year and power was then held by his Queen Gajeza Tsewang Lhamo during the infancy of the crown prince. The queen was closely aligned with Jigme Lingpas student Dodrubchen I Jigme Trinle Ozer 1743-1821 , who aroused her interest in and devotion to the Nyingma tradition in particular.
In 1794 Rigdzin Thok-me Lingpa, a student of the influential treasurefinder Nyima Drakpa, donated one thousand silver srang to support the carving of a set of xylographs for the Collected Tantras. The queen then commissioned Getse Paita Gyurme Tshewang Chodrub of Katok and Pema Namdak to collate and edit a new master edition, which was prepared between 1794 and 1798, along with further sets of xylographs for the Collected Works of Longchen Rabjampa and Jigme Lingpa.
This new compilation of the Collected Tantras, which is still extant in Derge Parkhang, having survived the Cultural Revolution intact, comprises 26 long-folio volumes, and 414 texts, printed in vermilion ink. There are 56 icons depicting lineage holders, from Samantabhadra to Prince Tsewang Dorje Rigdzin of Derge, two on the frontispiece folio of each volume.
This compilation is renowned for its distinct editorial methodology, outlined by Getse Paita himself, in his accompanying catalogue, entitled Discourse Resembling A Divine Drum bDe bar gshegs pa'i sde snod rdo rje theg pa snga 'gyur rgyud 'bum rin po che'i rtogs pa brjod pa lha'i rnga bo che lta bu'i gtam. As he states therein, various sources for the Collected Tantras were consulted, including the aformentioned manuscripts from Chongye Pelri, Amdo, and Takbu Drakmar, as well as others from Katok, Pelpung, Gonjo Jasang Solu, and Dzogchen the last of these having been compiled by Dzogchen II 16 Gyurme Thekchok Tendzin 1699-1757 on the basis of the earlier Gongra and Mindroling manuscripts.
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Individual texts within the collection were then compared with other well established editions, including the Seventeen Tantras of the Esoteric Instructional Class rDzogs chen man ngag rgyud bco bdun. In some cases, texts, such as Guhyasamja Tantra, overlapped with the tantras of the new translation schools, and in others the terminology was checked against that employed in the Seven Treasuries of Longchenpa Klong chen mdzod bdun.
Sanskrit transcriptions were standardised, and archaicisms sometimes replaced by new orthography. The proof readers also claim to have frequently resorted to intellectual reasoning during the editorial process. The actual catalogue to the Derge edition of the Collected Tantras, which is appended to Getse Paitas treatise, naturally follows the order of the texts as they were compiled in Derge.
Volume 25 RA contains supplementary texts of Atiyoga, and the catalogue is placed at the end, in Volume 26 A. Copies of this Derge xylographic edition and catalogue are to be found outside Tibet. Short modern catalogues of the compilation, omitting chapter titles, have been produced by Thubten Chodar op cit, pp. Partial longer catalogues including all chapter titles and colophons have also been prepared in unpublished formats by Giacomella Orofino and Jean-Luc Achard. Much of this previous work is now being transformed into an internet version at the University of Virginia.
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These comprise only the principal texts representing each of the three classes, namely the Tantra of the All-Accomplishing King Kun byed rgyal po, T. Volume 25 RA contains supplementary texts of Atiyoga, and the catalogue is placed at the end, in Volume 26 A. In the words of Menyak Khyungdrak, an eleventh-century holder of the Nyingma lineage: Though the three aspects of generation and perfection are present in them all, Mahyoga emphatically teaches the generation stage [of meditation], Anuyoga emphatically teaches the perfection stage [of meditation], and the Great Perfection is effortless with respect to both stages.
Alternatively, from the standpoint of meditative stability samdhi , Mahyoga focuses on the generation stage of meditation bskyed rim , Anuyoga on the perfection stage rdzogs rim , and Atiyoga on the Great Perfection rdzogs chen.
The following three mundane meditational deities are also included: Mtara Ma mo srid pa'i dzong lung chen mo yum bzung ma'i dngos grub chen mo'i rgyud rnams dang ma mo rtsa rgyud 'bum tig gi skor, Derge vols.
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