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Pema Rigdzin wrote:Hey Dronma,
Fwiw, we put together all plates except the practitioners' and remainders prior to the beginning of the ganapuja at both Nyingma centers I go to. I think this may be just an acceptable time saver when a huge group of people is involved.
Lhug-Pa wrote:In Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche's explanation of the Six Lokas practice, there is Deity transformation; but it's obviously different in the Dzogchen Community (at least with the common Dzogchen Community Six Lokas practice anyway), as the Bönpo Six Lokas practice is apparently more mixed with Tantra.
Lhug-Pa wrote:*Edit* Wait, I don't recall reading in the Ganapuja book that we need to transform during Ganapuja. I just thought that we can transform during Ganapuja. Well, I was going to read it again anyway, so I'll find out soon enough.
dakini_boi wrote:I have a ganapuja question, unrelated to the rest of this thread.
ChNNR mentions that one can do a very abbreviated ganapuja with just a bit of food and wine. My question is, is it acceptable to make offerings to the 3 roots and guardians (including worldly guardians) - multiplying the offerings through visualization, and then eating it? Or if doing the full offering to guardians, should there always be a separate plate?
as a footnote to that question, is the offering plate to the 3 roots also what is offered to the worldly guardians?
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