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Jikan wrote:Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche transmits a number of secondary practices each retreat; each of these has a particular function. Rather than muddying up the current DC omnibus thread, here's one on secondary practices and their particular function.
I'd like to know what the fruit of the Vajrapani practice is, for starters. How does it help, and what does it help?
underthetree wrote:I'd like to know who out there is doing the Chod practice. I'm looking forward to Rinpoche's upcoming teachings on this, but I don't know much about his tradition.
Lhasa wrote:I would like to know about Night practice, is there a lung for this or are the directions Rinpoche gives considered an oral transmission?
oldbob wrote:Lhasa wrote:I would like to know about Night practice, is there a lung for this or are the directions Rinpoche gives considered an oral transmission?
No specific lung that I am aware of, but there may be texts that he might read from which could then be called a lung. Anything that ChNNR says is an oral transmission from a Dzogchen Master.
Search Amazon, and the 4 SSI sites, under "Dream Yoga" and "Practice of the Night" and "Mi-Lam, The Dream Practice."
"Mi-Lam" is a transcription of the dream practice transmission from the retreat of Subiaco in 1976. Highly recommended. I think you might be able to get this from the Austria SSI if you write to them.
Jikan wrote:question on Guru Yoga of white AH, described & performed in this CD:
http://shangshung.org/store/index.php?m ... cts_id=296
where might one find the text for this practice? thanks
Jikan wrote:I've been advised to learn some practices for increasing energy, and for dispelling negativities. Any advice on this will be warmly welcomed. Thank you.
oldbob wrote:Anyone have a list of the secondary practices?
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