The Thirty-Seven Practices of All Buddha

The Thirty-Seven Practices of All Buddhas’ sons

By Thogme Zangpo (1295-1369)

translated by: Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey, Sharpa Tulku, Khamlun Tulku, Alexander Berzin and Jonathan Landaw


I pay heartfelt homage to you, Lokeshvara; You have true compassion extending to all. To those who in every coming and going Have seen that each thing is inherently void, And thus can devote both their time and their efforts With one aim in mind — “Let me benefit all!” To such foremost Gurus and you, Lokeshvara, All-seeing protector, with utmost respect I bow down before you in constant obeisance, And turn to your service my thoughts, words and deeds. The Fully Enlightened Victorious Buddhas, From whom all true pleasure and benefits derive, Have reached their attainment by following Dharma And leading their lives through this noblest of paths. To live by the Dharma depends on full knowledge Of how we must practice and what we must do, Thus I’ll attempt now a brief explanation Of what is the practice of all Buddhas’ Sons.


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