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The Buddhist Ngöndro Practice is a condensed form of the entire Dharma
expounded by the Buddha, including the teachings of Guru Padmasambhava and many other lineage masters. Nothing has been left out. The ngöndro
encompasses all of the essentials which lead to enlightenment and the actualization of this practice is of great benefit for everyone. It is a skillful method, an easy way to apply the views clarified by philosophical inquiries into mind and life, so that these understandings can transform our activities. As we practice, our interest and devotion quite naturally awaken, encouraging us to deeper commitment.
In this way, we can have a direct connection with the core of our true nature, a practical means of embodying profound love, genuine compassion, perfect wisdom and joy. Ngöndro
practice will ground our body, speech and mind in the true nature so that we can begin to mature the two benefits. It is of vital importance for those who seek enlightenment
. Download Commentary on Ngöndro Practice according to The New Treasure of Dudjom
by Khenchen Palden Sherab Rinpoche here: