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Brackets are used throughout the book to designate additional language inserted by the present translator that does not occur explicitly in the translated texts, but is implied and is necessary for inclusion both for clarification and coherence for the English reader and for proper English grammar. Text appearing in parentheses is a translation of the previous term(s), usually book titles. The objection/reply format is rarely explicitly identified as such wherever it frequently occurs in the original texts.

All except number 10 are known to currently be in existence. Page numbers refer to the sections of books that are specifically pertinent to The Yogini’s Eye. 1. rGyud-sde sPyi’i rNam-bzhag-dang rGyud-kyi mNgon-par rTogs-pa’i sTon-thun Sa-bcad (Topic Outline of the Comprehensive Introduction to Tantra and Direct Knowledge of Tantra) by Grags-pa rGyal-mtshan (Drakpa Gyaltsen, 1147-1216) in Sa-skya bKa’-’bum (Collected Writings of the Sakya), volume 6, pages 279-293. A topical outline imbedded in and extracted from the original text, thereby included in the translation.

Those that are nonrepetitive are included in this translation. 5. dPal Kye rDo-rje’i rGyud ‘Chad-pa’i sNgon-’gro rGyud-sde sPyi’i rNam-bzhag-la Nye-bar mKho-ba’i Legs-bshad rDo-rje-chang-gi gSung la Chos-rje dPal-gyi rGyal-mtshan-gyis Zin-bris-su mDzad-pa’i gSung-rab (An Especially Needed Good Explanation: Notes on Talks by Vajradhara [Ngorchen Kunga Zangpo, 1382-1456]. Written by Choje Pelgyi Gyaltsen on the General Classification of the Tantras, Preliminary Explanation for the Glorious Hevajra Tantra)57 edited by A-mes-zhabs Ngag-dbang Kun-dga’ bSod-nams (Amezhap Ngawang Kunga Sonam, 1597-1659) in Collected Writings, International Buddhist Academy Edition, volume 21, pages 1-82.

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