Event : Chod in Toronto
Venue: Institute of Traditional Medicine. 553 Queen St. W., 2nd Fl.
Toronto, ON, M5V 2B6, Canada
October 9-10, 9 am-5 pm.
Oct 11 Mon, 10 am-3pm, Chö in the Wild
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 416-537-0928
or Lama Jinpa 310 403 8791 or email@example.com
Cost: $325 (includes extensive texts and Monday field trip).
Website : http://www.tibetanchod.com/
Tsewong Rinpoche, head of the Sangye Teng monastery in
Bhutan, is a living master of Kagyu & Nyingma Chöd lineages,
and the dharma heir of PeGyal Lingpa. Having spent 20 years in
meditative retreat, he is a realized Dzokchen master who embodies
the limitless compassion and fearless wisdom of Chöd.
Lama Jinpa is director the School of Chö. Having completed
the 3 year Tibetan retreat under Kalu Rinpoche in 1989, he has
practiced holistic medicine for 33 years and studied dharma
for 28 years. Currently authoring several books on Chöd and
5-element healing, Jinpa is dedicated to this authentic lineage.
Lama Pema Tenzin is a master of meditation and ritual, sacred dance and art and has built several stupas in America with Rinpoche.. The brother of Tsewong Rinpoche, Pema began studying dharma at the age of six under his father, a renowned yogi. In demand at dharma centers throughout the US for his various skills, he is an accomplished thangka artist, specializing in creating Healing Mandalas