This supplication, filled with instruction for the completion stage practice of fierce inner heat, was written by Jigmé Lingpa in his renowned work of The Heart Essence of the Great Expanse, or Longchen Nyingtik. It is traditionally sung after the lineage supplication and before the fierce inner heat practice.
This text provides us with an insight into the life of Do Khyentsé Yeshé Dorjé by presenting a concise biography of the master in addition to those of his family. It, moreover, offers stories from the life of his half-sister and spiritual partner, Losal Drölma—an honored teacher in her own right and a figure on the fringe of the Yeshé Dorjé tales told in temples.
Khenpo Tsöndrü's brief biography of his own teacher Pema Tekchok Loden (1879–1955), alias Khenchen Abu Lhagang, tells how he studied under some of the most illustrious masters of his day before serving as abbot for eight years at the famed monastic college of Dzogchen Śrī Siṃha and then retiring to a nearby cave, focusing on meditative practice.
Jigmé Lingpa was a visionary disciple of Longchen Rabjam Drimé Öser (1308–1364) and was a highly influential treasure revealer. He is specifically known for The Heart Essence of the Great Expanse, or the Longchen Nyingtik, which continues to be prevalently practiced today.