These are the texts which are included in the Thardo Korlo wheel, according to the website:
<<Diamond Sutra>> 9 times
- Mantra of Usnisa Sitapatra 9 times
- 21 Taras' Mantra 16 times
- <<Heart Sutra>> 12 times
- <<Sutra of Golden Light>> 9 times
- Mantra of Conditioned Arising (Tendrel Nyingpo) 800 times
- 100 Syllable Mantra (Vajrasatva) 160 times
- Om Mani Padme Hum 1000 times
- Mantra of Padmasambhava 600 times
- Mantra of Confession 30 times
- Long Mantra of Medicine Buddha 100 times
- Sutra of the Achievement of Usnisa Sitapatra 8 times
- Sutras about Confession 10 times
- Sutra of the 3 Superior Heaps 12 times
- Noble Aspiraition of Samantabhadra 9 times
- Mantra of Vajravidarana (Namjonma) 9 times
- Dedication 25 times
And here are references to those texts:
In some cases the texts are too long to copy here, or I have not been able to separate texts
from description. In those cases, only a web address is given, if available.
The Mantra of Tara
Tara's mantra is OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA.
OM represents Tara's holy body, speech and mind.OM represents Tara's holy body, speech and mind.
TARE means liberating from true suffering, the sufferings of samsara, our aggregates being under the control of delusion and karma.
TUTTARE means liberating from the 8 fears, the external dangers, but mainly from the internal dangers, the delusions, and also karma.
TURE means liberating from the ignorance of the absolute nature of the I; it shows the true cessation of suffering.
SOHA means "may the meaning of the mantra take root in my mind."
Also, in the context of the Lam Rim, TARE refers to the graduated path of the lower capable being; TUTTARE refers to the path of the middle capable being; TURE refers to the path of the higher capable being. So the meaning is that by taking refuge in Tara and doing Tara practice, we can achieve the fully enlightened state with the four Kayas, which is the state of cessation of, or liberation from, the two obscurations. To practise reciting Tara's mantra, you can visualize Tara in front of you, with a white syllable OM at her crown, a red syllable AH at her throat and a blue syllable HUM at her heart. As you recite the mantra, visualize rays of light flowing from these three places, and striking your three places. These purify all negative karma and obscurations of your body, speech and mind created from beginningless time.Alternatively, you can visualize Tara on the crown of your head, and do the visualization as above.Recite as many mantras as you wish. At the end, pray to Tara to help you develop bodhicitta -- your practice of ethics, and your development of bodhicitta are what please Tara the most. This is the best offering you can make to Tara, and will bring you closer to her.Then, Tara dissolves into light, which dissolves through your forehead (or crown) and into your heart. Feel "My body, speech and mind are now blessed to become Tara's body, speech and mind." Then dedicate the merit that you will become Enlightened -- like Tara -- in order to be able to help all sentient beings. (from Tara the Liberator by Ven Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Wisdom Publications.)
OM GATE GATE PARAGATE PARASAMGATE BODHI SVAHA
Since there is no obscuration of mind, there is no fear. They transcend falsity and attain complete nirvana. All the buddhas of the three times, by means of prajnaparamita, fully awaken to unsurpassable, true, complete enlightenment. Therefore, the great mantra of prajnaparamita, the mantra of great insight, the unsurpassed mantra, the unequaled mantra, the mantra that calms all suffering, should be known as truth, since there is no deception. The prajnaparamita mantra is said in this way.
Sutra of golden light http://www.geocities.com/directx_user/sutra/truebuddha_sutra_en.htm
Om, guru, Lian-shen siddhi, hum
Mantra of conditioned arising: http://www.vasati.de/academy/maha.htm
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
100 syllable mantra http://www.dzogchen.homestead.com/vj.html
OM VAJRASATTVA SAMAYA MANU PALAYA
VAJRASATTVA TE' NO PA TISH THA DRI DHO ME' BHA WA
SU TO KAYO ME' BHA WA SU PO KAYO ME' BHA WA
ANU RAKTO ME' BHA WA SARWA SIDDHI ME' PRA YATTSA
SARWA KARMA SU TSA ME' TSITTAM SHRE' YAM KURU HUNG
HA HA HA HA HO BHA GA WAN
SARWA TA THA GATA VAJRA MA ME' MUNTSA
VAJRA BHA WA MAHA SAMAYA SATTVA AH
Mantra of Padmasambhava http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/7534/gurus.html
Om Ah Hum Vajra guru Padma siddhi Hum
Om ah Hung benzra guru pema shidhi hung!
I prostrate to the great Vajra guru Padmasambhava, Please give me your supreme blessings
>>>>>The Calamity Dispersing Mantra http://www.dragonflower.org/tran_index.html
This one is not listed as contained in the Thardo Korlo
The Mantra for Dispersing Calamities and for Bringing Auspicious Good Will From Spirits!
Adoration to all the Buddhas!
Adoration and Praise to the Unhindered Dharma!
AUM! Sky, sky, sky and wind, sky and wind! HUM! HUM!
Blazing, flaming! Our lives are blazing, our lives are aflame! To Those dwelling in the majestic shadow, whose foundations are in the majestic shadow, to the majestic and fate decreeing, to the ones who decree the fates and the one who are able, able to cease all calamities, to the gods who bring good luck, Hail!
Long mantra of Medicine Buddha http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/7534/medicine.html
Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru. Vaidurya. Prabha. Raja ya.
Tathagataya. arhate. samyak sambuddhaya.
Bekaja bekaja. Maha bekaja bekaja.
samudgate ya Svaha!
Tadyatha Om bekaja bekaja. Maha bekaja bekaja
samudgate ya Svaha!
The long mantra of Avalokiteshvara: http://www.medicinebuddha.org/chenrezig.htm
Namo Ratna Trayaya, Namah Arya Jnana Sagara, Vairochana, Byuhara Jara Thathagataya, Arhate, Samyaksam Buddhaya, Nama Sarwa Tathagata Bhyay, Arhate Bhyah, Samyaksam Buddhe Bhyah, Nama Arya Avalokiteshvaraya Bodhisattvaya, Maha Sattvaya, Maha Karunikaya, Tadyatha, Om Dhara Dhara, Dhiri Dhiri, Dhuru Dhuru Itte Vatte, Chale Chale, Prachale Prachale, Kusume Kusume Vare, Ili Milli, Jiti Jvalam, Apanaye Soha.
Sutra of the 3 Superior Heaps http://lightning.prohosting.com/~eslovick/3heaps.html
MAHAYANA SUTRA OF THE THREE SUPERIOR HEAPS
Namo: The Bodhisattva's Confession of Moral Downfalls
I, whose name is . . . , at all times go for refuge to the Guru, go for refuge to the Buddha, go for refuge to the Dharma, go for refuge to the Sangha.
To the Teacher, Blessed One, Tathagata, Foe Destroyer, Completely Perfect Buddha, Glorious Conqueror Shakyamuni I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Complete Subduer with the Essence of Vajra I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Jewel of Radiant Light I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Powerful King of the Nagas I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Leader of the Heroes I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Pleasure I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Jewel Fire I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Jewel Moonlight I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Meaningful to Behold I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Jewel Moon I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Stainless One I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Bestower of Glory I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Pure One I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Transforming with Purity I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Water Deity I prostrate.
To the Tathagata God of Water Deities I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Excellence I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Sandalwood I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Endless Splendor I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Light I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious One without Sorrow I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Son without Craving I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Flower I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Clearly Knowing through Enjoying Pure Radiance I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Clearly Knowing through Enjoying Lotus Radiance I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Wealth I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Mindfulness I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Name of Great Renown I prostrate.
To the Tathagata King of the Victory Banner Head of the Powerful Ones I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious One Complete Subduer I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Great Victor in Battle I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious One Complete Subduer Passed Beyond I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Glorious Array Illuminating All I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Jewel Lotus Great Subduer I prostrate.
To the Tathagata Foe Destroyer, Completely Perfect Buddha, King of Mount Neru Seated Firmly on a Jewel and a Lotus I prostrate.
O All you [Tathagatas] and all the others, however many Tathagatas, the Foe Destroyers, the Completely Perfect Buddhas, the Blessed Ones there are dwelling and abiding in all the worldly realms of the ten directions, all you Buddhas, the Blessed Ones, please listen to me.
In this life and in all my lives since beginningless time, in all my places of rebirth while wandering in samsara, I have done negative actions, have ordered them to be done, and have rejoiced in their being done. I have stolen the property of the bases of offering, the property of the Sangha, and the property of the Sanghas of the ten directions, have ordered it to be stolen, and have rejoiced in it being stolen. I have committed the five unbounded heinous actions, have ordered them to be committed, and have rejoiced in their being committed. I have completely engaged in the paths of the ten non-virtuous actions, have ordered others to engage in them, and have rejoiced in their engaging in them.
Being obstructed by such karmic obstructions, I shall become a hell being, or I shall be born as an animal, or I shall go to the land of the hungry ghosts, or I shall be born as a barbarian in an irreligious country, or I shall be born as a long-life god, or I shall come to have incomplete senses, or I shall come to hold wrong views, or I shall have no opportunity to please a Buddha.
All such karmic obstructions I declare in the presence of the Buddhas, the Blessed Ones, who have become exalted wisdom, who have become eyes, who have become witnesses, who have become valid, who see with their wisdom. I confess without concealing or hiding anything, and from now on I will avoid and refrain from such actions.
All you Buddhas, the Blessed Ones, please listen to me. In this life and in all my previous lives since the beginningless time, in all my places of rebirth while wandering in samsara, whatever root of virtue there is in my giving to others, even in my giving a morsel of food to one born as an animal; whatever root of virtue there is in my maintaining moral discipline; whatever root of virtue there is in my actions conducive to great liberation; whatever root of virtue there is in my acting to fully ripen sentient beings; whatever root of virtue there is in my generating a supreme mind of enlightenment; and whatever root of virtue there is in my unsurpassed exalted wisdom; all of these assembled, gathered, and collected together, by fully dedicating them to the unsurpassed, to that of which there is no higher, to that which is even higher than the high, and to that which surpasses the unsurpassed, I fully dedicate to the unsurpassed, perfect, complete enlightenment.
Just as the Buddhas, the Blessed Ones of the past, have dedicated fully, just as the Buddhas, the Blessed Ones who are yet to come, will dedicate fully, and just as the Buddhas, the Blessed Ones who are living now, dedicate fully, so too do I dedicate fully.
I confess individually all negative actions. I rejoice in all merit. I beseech and request all the Buddhas. May I attain the holy, supreme, unsurpassed, exalted wisdom.
Whoever are the Conquerors, the supreme beings living now, those of the past, and likewise those who are yet to come, with a boundless ocean of praise for all your good qualities, and with my palms pressed together I go close to you for refuge.
This concludes the Mahayana Sutra entitled the Sutra of the Three Superior Heaps.
Samantabhadra's Aspiration to Noble Deeds: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Ithaca/4886/Noble.htm