The mind training text, 37 Bodhisattva Practices, was written in Tibet in the fourteenth century by the Sakya master Togme Zangpo. Togme Zangpo was well known as being an actual Bodhisattva, and his text is studied by all of the various Tibetan traditions. It is in fact a great classic of Tibetan literature and for centuries has inspired many practitioners on the path of Mahayana, as it offers many concrete cues to integrate every experience of life in the spiritual path.
The Sampa Lhundrupma Prayer The prayer to Guru Rinpoche, who spontaneously grants all wishes, forms the 7th chapter of Le’u Dünma, a terma revealed in the 14th century. It was given by Padmasambhava to Prince Mutri Tsenpo, King of Gungthang and son of King Trisong Detsen, as he was leaving for the south-west for the land of the Rkshasa demons. This famous and powerful prayer was revealed by Tulku Zangpo Drakpa.