Chöd – Whispered and peaceful Dakini tradition – Schiwa Lamsab online
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“Sky-opening initiation” of the Chöd practice according to the whispered and peaceful Dakini Tradition – Schiwa Lamsab
The tradition of the Schiwa Lamsab / oral tradition of the Dakini goes back to the time of the 13th century and the master Jamyang Gonpo, a student of Machig Labdrön’s son Gyälwa Thondrup. Jamyang Gonpo himself saw Machig Labdrön several times in visions. This line was a merger of different masters like himself, the son, as well as the grandson of Machig Labdrön and other pioneers of the Chöd practice at the time.
The Venerable Lodrö Tulku Rinpoche is one of the few so well qualified teachers in the world who pass this line on. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama himself said that this lineage should be practiced and flourish again as it once did. In the morning Rinpoche gives explanations about the practice and in the afternoon the participants learn / practice the drumming and the old melodies of the text visualization. In the evening the group practices this Chöd practice together with Lodrö Rinpoche.
Chöd is a unique holistic practice system within Tibetan Buddhism that uses meditation, visualization, sound and rhythm to train body, language and mind at the same time. Chöd means “cutting off” selfish, habitual thinking and behavior, so that the natural openness, clarity and sensitivity of our mind can manifest itself.
In the Ganden Chökhor meditation center, under the direction of Lama Lodrö Rinpoche, a multi-year training course on the transmission lines of Chöd (Wensa, Schiwa Lamsab, Gyälthang and Tsogle) is offered.
A group will practice in Ganden Chökhor.
(For beginners, please contact Lama Lodrö Tulku Rinpoche: firstname.lastname@example.org)