Parting from the Four Attachments, root text

Standard

༈ ཚེ་འདི་ལ་ཞེན་ན་ཆོས་པ་མིན།

Tse di la shen na chö pa men

འཁོར་བ་ལ་ཞེན་ན་ངེས་འབྱུང་མིན

Korwa la shen na ninjung men

རང་དོན་ལ་ཞེན་ན་བྱང་སེམས་མིན།

Rang dön la shen na chang sem med

འཛིན་པ་འབྱུང་ན་ལྟ་བ་མིན།

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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