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Troma Nagmo Chod Retreat with Sangye Khandro - Session 3

When:

Sat 21 Apr 2018, 2:30pm–5:00pm

Where: Nyima Tashi Buddhist Centre, 30B Pollen Street, Grey Lynn, Grey Lynn, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Sangye Khandro will offer the Concise Troma Nagmo Chod empowerment and lead a program to introduce the practice of Chod (severance) based on the lineage of Heruka Dudjom Lingpa and his reincarnation Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche Jigdrol Yeshe Dorje known as the Dudjom Troma Nagmo Chod.

This lineage is unique in that it is a terma [rediscovered mind treasure) revelation that was received by Terton Dudjom Lingpa when he was a direct disciple of Padmasambhava, the grcat translator Drogben Lotsawa.

This lineage of Chod emphasizes the method for the path of Great Perfection of Dzogpachenpo. Sangye Khandro will give an overview of the lineage and then introduce the practices for offering the body in the form of a ganachakra feast. Practitioners with Troma empowerment — or those who have samaya from other Vajrayana empowerments are welcome to attend.

For those students attending the Troma Nagmo Chod, the required ritual objects for the Chod retreat are as follows: Bell & Dorje, Chod drum & Kangling.

Sangye Khandro Sangye Khandro has been a Buddhist since 1971 and a translator of the Dharma since 1976. Sangye has served as translator for many prominent masters over the years: Düdjom Rinpoche, Penor Rinpoche, Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche, Dungsei Thinley Norbu Rinpoche, Yangthang Tulku Rinpoche, and has been Khenchen Namdrol Rinpoche's translator for twenty years.

Sangye co-founded the Light of Berotsana Translation Group in 1999 and resides at Tashi Choling retreat center in Ashland Oregon. She continues to engage in translation work as well as teaching and leading retreats in the US and abroad.

Extensive Bio: www.berotsana.org/pages/sangye-khandro

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