Parting from the Four Attachments, root text


༈ ཚེ་འདི་ལ་ཞེན་ན་ཆོས་པ་མིན།

Tse di la shen na chö pa men


Korwa la shen na ninjung men


Rang dön la shen na chang sem med


Zin pa chön na dta wa men

ö ~= oe : this is basically the German ö, approximated in English with oe pronounced at the same time
dt ~= Frankish (northern Bavarian) dt sound as in the Frankish pronunciation of Tochter where the initial t is a mid-D-T sound

My deepest thanks to Gen Arjun and Geshe Rigya at the former Ja Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center in Baltimore for kindly walking through the pronunciation with me.


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