Jorch√∂ ‚Äì The Six Preparatory Practices
The Six Prepaaratory Practices Adorning the Buddha‚Äôs Sublime Doctrine (sbyor-ba‚ÄôI chos-drug bya-tshul thub-bstan lhun-po‚ÄôI mdzes-rgyan) is important as an example of that body of Tibetan literature explaining preparatory practices. It outlines the organization of a Buddhist practitioner‚Äôs daily meditation session, including visualizations, verses of praise, and a convenient condensation of the Graded Path (Lam-rim) contemplations. All the major points of the Graded Path meditation, including bodhicitta and right view, are touched upon. In addition, the verses of the famous and well-loved prayer Yon-tan bzhi-gyur-ma are to de found herein.