Brief Practice of Torma Sixty Vajrabhairavas
Praise to Yamantaka!
This is the practice of the torma of their sixty parts from the oral lineage of Bhairava. Install a mandala of eleven slides of flowers. On top of this, everything should be arranged according to the text of the torma of sixty [parts]. Make all the preparations and piles in accordance with the image.
Then perform self-generation by instantaneous perfect mindfulness:
DAG NYI JIG JE ZHAL CHIG CHAG NYI PA
KU DOG NGON PO DRI GUG THE ThRAG DZIN
ZHAL CHIG MA HEI ZHAL CHEN ZHAB NYI DRE
ThRO WOI ChA LUG YONG SU DZOG PAR SAL
I myself am a Bhairava with one face, two arms, and a blue body. I hold the severing knife and the lid of the skull with the blood on it. The only face has the head of a buffalo. Both legs are spread wide apart. I manifest myself by being perfect in the attributes of the wrathful [deities].
YE NE DAM YE YER ME ThUG SOG HUM
DE LA DA JEI NGAG KYI KOR LE
O ThRO GYAL WA SE CHE JIG JE KYI
NAM PAR CHEN DRANG DAG LA ThIM PAR GYUR
[In the heart is the syllable] Hum, the seed syllable of the beginningless inseparability of jnanasatta and samayasattva. From the circle of the mantra that should be recited, rays of light radiate around it. The victorious Ones and the Sons called in the form of Bhairava are dissolved in me.
OM YAMANTAKA HUM PHAT
This is the approximation.
Such is the generation before [itself]:
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