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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:08 pm 
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we received confirmation that next webcast will be a OPEN WEBCAST.

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Does anybody know if they'll post a copy of the full Sadhana on the webcast page, or if not, does anybody have a PDF of it?


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:11 am 
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Namdrol wrote:
JinpaRangdrol wrote:
Does anybody know if they'll post a copy of the full Sadhana on the webcast page, or if not, does anybody have a PDF of it?



It is already up.

The full sadhana consists of a seed syllable and two mantras. That is just how we roll in the DC. :guns:

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Yes, but how did Adzom Drugpa roll? For sure there is a sadhana, right?

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Yes, but how did Adzom Drugpa roll? For sure there is a sadhana, right?

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NNR usually gives just the mantra and maybe some short invocation, not the full sadhana in the traditional sense with long refuge prayers, recitations, mandala offerings, long invocations, etc., just like in the case of Simhamukha or Guru Drakpur. This might be the case here, too.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:51 am 
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So I'm new to this...as it is an open webcast, do I have to just go to this page http://www.shangshunginstitute.net/webcast/video.php at 4pm Argentina time ?

Is there anything else I need to do to receive the teachings?

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 12:33 pm 
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Yes, but how did Adzom Drugpa roll? For sure there is a sadhana, right?

/magnus


NNR usually gives just the mantra and maybe some short invocation, not the full sadhana in the traditional sense with long refuge prayers, recitations, mandala offerings, long invocations, etc., just like in the case of Simhamukha or Guru Drakpur. This might be the case here, too.


I know, just I am curious about Adzom Drugpas sadhana is all.

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Namdrol wrote:
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Does anybody know if they'll post a copy of the full Sadhana on the webcast page, or if not, does anybody have a PDF of it?



It is already up.

The full sadhana consists of a seed syllable and two mantras. That is just how we roll in the DC. :guns:

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Yes, but how did Adzom Drugpa roll? For sure there is a sadhana, right?

/magnus


Yes, there is indeed a short sadhana, you can find it on TBRC.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:35 pm 
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Namdrol wrote:
Yes, there is indeed a short sadhana, you can find it on TBRC.

Do you know where it is in the files?
I have a pretty large Adzom Drukpa Drolo file from TBRC but have no idea where the short sadhana is in there.


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Nangwa wrote:
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Yes, there is indeed a short sadhana, you can find it on TBRC.

Do you know where it is in the files?
I have a pretty large Adzom Drukpa Drolo file from TBRC but have no idea where the short sadhana is in there.


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TBRC??

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TBRC??



Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center -- the largest online repository of Tibetan texts in the world.

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Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center.
http://www.tbrc.org


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I decided to take a day off work Sunday for the Donwang. However, I may miss Monday and Tuesday.

I was wondering, Will this still enable me to practice Drolo in the future if I wanted to, and be OK for me to replay the instructions for Monday and Tuesday?

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Mr. G wrote:
I decided to take a day off work Sunday for the Donwang. However, I may miss Monday and Tuesday.

I was wondering, Will this still enable me to practice Drolo in the future if I wanted to, and be OK for me to replay the instructions for Monday and Tuesday?


Better you also take off monday, however, it is as eight am eastern time, so maybe you can just be late

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Namdrol wrote:
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I decided to take a day off work Sunday for the Donwang. However, I may miss Monday and Tuesday.

I was wondering, Will this still enable me to practice Drolo in the future if I wanted to, and be OK for me to replay the instructions for Monday and Tuesday?


Better you also take off monday, however, it is as eight am eastern time, so maybe you can just be late


I actually start work at 6 AM, so I'd be super late :shock: :lol:

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I actually start work at 6 AM, so I'd be super late :shock: :lol:

The teachings start for me at 6AM. I am lucky enough to be able to tune in and head off to work.
Whoo!


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