These are regularly chanted by the monks and nuns of Ka-Nying Shedrup Ling during Dharma protector petition offerings (solkha). The first is chanted as an offering verse (for the tea break), and the second as an aspiration prayer at the very end of the protector offerings (after “Requesting the Desired Aims").
An Ocean of Accomplishments, a verse for offering water received in a pure vision by the great treasure revealer Dudjom Lingpa, and the lamp aspiration composed by Mipham Rinpoche.
A prayer to Lama Norlha, Kyechok Tsülzang requesting one's desired aims, from Accomplishing The Guru’s Wisdom Mind, Dispeller Of All Obstacles.
The Vowels and Consonants mantra (Ali Kali), the Essence of Causation mantra, and the Hundred Syllables of Vajrasattva.
Praise of the Buddha: With Skilful Means & Compassion... by Nāgārjuna, and Short Praise of the Buddha's Deeds by Ārya Śūra, Translated by Patrick Gaffney of Rigpa Translations.