Event : Konchog Chidu Puja by Dupsing Rinpoche
Date : September 7 - 9
Time : 10am - 12pm; 2pm - 4pm; 8pm - 10pm; Mahakala Puja from 5pm - 6pm
Venue : Karma Kagyu Buddhist Centre
Address : 38 Lorong 22 Geylang
http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_tra ... ite_51853/
Website : http://www.karma-kagyud.org.sg/
Konchog Chidu is a very profound and wide cycle of teachings. There are many ways to accomplish Padmasambhava's mind, but this is one of the highest and most secret way.
Padmasambhava says: If someone even just opens a book of this text, the surroundings become rich and peaceful, and all wars become reduced. If you have devotion and wish to practice this text, even if you are an animal, it helps you to attain a pure land. For the beings of this degenerate time, receiving this precious, unbroken, and blessful teaching is more rare and precious than finding a wish fullfilling jewel.
An individual practitioner who even just holds these teachings, offers to its deities or listens to these precious teachings, is a son of all Tathagats gone to bliss, and his karmic defilements become pure like a washed white conch. His two accumulations increace like the stars in the sky. His life, accumulations, bodhichitta mind and wisdom increase limitlessly. When death comes, one can recognize ones own natural state and be liberated in the bardo. There is no question about the benefits if you practice or accomplish this text. These are words of Padmasambhava.
The Konchok Chidu, or “Gathering of All Precious Jewels”, is a Guru Yoga practice which involves four aspects of Padmasambhava’s activities, and encompasses all Three Roots: the Lama, the Yidam, and the Kandro, in the forms of Tsokye Dorje, Guru Drakpo, and Senge Dongma Singhamukha, respectively.
Removing harmful influences, generating positive circumstances for the environment and all beings, increasing virtue, and clearing away ignorance are among the beneficial attributes of this extraordinary practice.
The Konchok Chidu tsewang transmits a very direct and powerful connection to Padmasambhava, Guru Rinpoche, who himself says that “receiving this precious, unbroken, and blissful teaching is more rare and precious than finding a wish-fulfilling jewel.”