Chöd is a lifelong spiritual practice for one’s personal evolution. But it is also a unique and extremely effective means for healing others. Part of the remarkable legacy of Machik Labdrön, the propagator of Chöd in Tibet, is a set of healing practices that clear the underlying causes of psychological and physical illness, while propelling us towards ultimate enlightenment. For centuries, wandering Chöd practitioners were well known in Tibet for their ability to heal illness, stop epidemics and pacify local conflicts.
Tsewong Sitar Rinpoche and his retreatants, monks and yogis perform Chöd on a weekly and monthly basis. As part of the Tibetan Healing Chö Remote Healing, a number of different Chöd ceremonies are performed. There are both shorter (1-2 hours) and longer, full day rituals. These include:
The Hundred Torma Offering (Changbu Gyatsa) (Machik and PeGyal Lingpa traditions).
Offering in Six Parts (Tabpa Cha Druk).
The Nail of the Four Elements (Chang Shi Zerbu).
Those that are Hard to Tame (Shay Dul).
The Precious Rosary (full day Tsogley Rinchen Trengwa with special healing section).
Short and long Chöd rituals such as Laughter of the Dakinis, PeGyal Lingpa Chöd and Dujom Chod, with healing rituals added.
Long Chöd of Shukseb Rinpoche (Ani Lochen).
Dudjom Rinpoche’s full day Troma Chöd (Sun of Wisdom).
Special ceremonies for the dying or deceased (Dur) to assist them in the afterlife journey.
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