H.E. CHHOJE TULKU RINPOCHE WILL LEAD US IN TSOK (FEAST OFFERING) PRACTICE
H.E. CHHOJE TULKU RINPOCHE WILL LEAD US IN TSOK (FEAST OFFERING) PRACTICE IN PERSON AT PMC AND VIA YOUTUBE LIVESTREAM.
We will practice the Shower of Blessings feast offering (Tib. tsok) for Dakini Day on the 25th day of the sixth lunar month in the Tibetan calendar which falls on Tuesday, August 3 at 6:00 p.m. MDT.
Tsok is a powerful practice for accumulating merit and wisdom. The practice is offered every tenth day of the waxing moon (Guru Rinpoche Day) and the tenth day of the waning moon (Dakini Day).
Everyone is welcome to join us in offering this ritual; no transmission or empowerment is needed to participate. Click here to access the teaching.
Have You Received the Transmission for Tersar Ngondro? If so, please join our practice group!
We meet via zoom every Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. MST.
PMC hosts a preliminary practices (ngondro) practice group for those who are doing (or have completed) the Dudjom Tersar ngondro practice and the requisite accumulations. The benefits of this beautiful, profound, and supportive practice are immediate and far-reaching.
Requirements: One needs to have received the transmission of these practices from a qualified teacher in order to offer this practice. You may attend any session you like, however, attending from the beginning of the session to the end is requested.
Host: Tara Roberts has been a student of His Eminence Chhoje Rinpoche’s since 1986 and is deeply familiar with this practice.
Dates and Time: Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. MT / 6:00 p.m. PT through the summer of 2021.
Meditation Instruction and Practice with H.E. Chhoje Tulku Rinpoche Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. MDT
His Eminence Chhoje Tulku Rinpoche will give meditation instructions Thursday evening live via Zoom conferencing software. This is a precious opportunity to receive practice instructions from an authentic lineage master and deepen your practice as a result.
PMC is excited to announce a new teaching series on a foundational and classic text: Finding Rest in the Nature of Mind, by Longchen Rabjam (b.1308 – d.1364). Known as the “Omniscient One”, Longchenpa was a consummate scholar and adept of the Natural Great Perfection. His most well-known writings, including the Seven Treasures, the Trilogy of Dispelling Darkness, and the Trilogy of Rest, distill the key points of the entire Buddhist path and elucidate, unlike others, the most subtle and profound instructions for taking wisdom as the path as found within the Great Perfection tradition.