"The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

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"The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Ogyen » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:16 pm

I found this wonderful practice. Does this require empowerment or transmission? Does anyone know?

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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby heart » Fri Apr 23, 2010 5:01 am

OgyenChodzom wrote:
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I found this wonderful practice. Does this require empowerment or transmission? Does anyone know?

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As far as I know it requires both empowerment, oral transmission and in particular instructions. However this text belong to the Longchen Nyingthig and that is a transmission many lamas have. It shouldn't be impossible to find a Lama and request it.

Here you can find further information on this practice: http://www.wisdom-books.com/ProductDetail.asp?PID=20632

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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Josef » Fri Apr 23, 2010 4:51 pm

OgyenChodzom wrote:
Chod.pdf


I found this wonderful practice. Does this require empowerment or transmission? Does anyone know?

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Heart is right. This practice and lineage is quite prevalent. You can get the lung for this practice.
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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Ngawang Drolma » Mon Apr 26, 2010 12:20 am

I'm so sorry, OgyenChodzom, but that particular sadhana is under the protection of copywrite and when I attempted to save it to my hard drive I found it was locked to anyone but the owner. I don't think it's meant to be distributed.

But fortunately your question was answered. I read through the text and it certainly appears that it requires direct transmission to actually use it. I'm glad you enjoyed reading it though! I hope you feel satisfied about your inquiry and that you pursue such fruitful avenues.

These copwrited texts make their way to the Internet all the time, but I'm going to remove it now unless we get permission from the owner to distribute it.

Kind wishes,
Laura :)
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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Dharmaswede » Thu Apr 29, 2010 9:14 pm

It is said that in Chöd, one empowerment, Opening of the Sky Door, "open the gateway to any and all Chöd practices."

The School of Tibetan Healing Chöd (www.tibetanchod.com) offers empowerment and instruction in this practice. (Module 1 gives the empowerment, Module 3 the instruction.) If you serious about this particular practice, and I believe one should take practicing Chöd seriously, the School does offer an absolutely superb training. Really, I can't recommend it highly enough.

By the way, in the Ngondro of Longchen Nyingtik there is another, shorter Chöd practice (Kusali Tsog) – also with Dzogchen features.

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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Ogyen » Fri Apr 30, 2010 5:16 am

Now THIS really interests me!!

EDIT: I just realized that there is only one tibetan sangha to where I'm moving under the guidance of Tromge Ling, and I contacted them last year saying I'd be moving there this year, I wanted to know more about their center. I recognized the name of the woman from the center on the directory of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation Directory of Centers I've been corresponding with... interesting coincidence that it happens to be EXACTLY what I'm looking to study...?

Wow, I was looking for a sign to indicate to me where I need to go, now I feel like I've just seen the shine of a trail...
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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby heart » Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:21 am

Ngawang Drolma wrote:I'm so sorry, OgyenChodzom, but that particular sadhana is under the protection of copywrite and when I attempted to save it to my hard drive I found it was locked to anyone but the owner. I don't think it's meant to be distributed.

But fortunately your question was answered. I read through the text and it certainly appears that it requires direct transmission to actually use it. I'm glad you enjoyed reading it though! I hope you feel satisfied about your inquiry and that you pursue such fruitful avenues.

These copwrited texts make their way to the Internet all the time, but I'm going to remove it now unless we get permission from the owner to distribute it.

Kind wishes,
Laura :)


That particular text is copyright protected but is distributed for free by the translator together with other translations she made here: http://www.zangthal.co.uk/files.html

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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Josef » Fri Apr 30, 2010 3:30 pm

OgyenChodzom wrote:Now THIS really interests me!!

EDIT: I just realized that there is only one tibetan sangha to where I'm moving under the guidance of Tromge Ling, and I contacted them last year saying I'd be moving there this year, I wanted to know more about their center. I recognized the name of the woman from the center on the directory of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation Directory of Centers I've been corresponding with... interesting coincidence that it happens to be EXACTLY what I'm looking to study...?

Wow, I was looking for a sign to indicate to me where I need to go, now I feel like I've just seen the shine of a trail...
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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby swampflower » Sat Aug 28, 2010 2:33 am

The nuns of Orgyen Samye Chökhor Ling in Sarnath, India, perform the entire practice of the Bellowing Laugh of the Dakini by Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa.
This is available on CD and is wonderful and very healing.
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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Heruka » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:08 am

not all dakinis are such a blessing...

some are very deceptive and very worldly. better one knows what they are doing than to rely on Internet "free" practices.

in other words, awareness, then more awareness and even still more boring old awareness.......
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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Ngawang Drolma » Sat Aug 28, 2010 4:33 pm

Heruka wrote:even still more boring old awareness.......


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Re: "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini"

Postby Ngawang Drolma » Sat Aug 28, 2010 4:34 pm

heart wrote:
Ngawang Drolma wrote:I'm so sorry, OgyenChodzom, but that particular sadhana is under the protection of copywrite and when I attempted to save it to my hard drive I found it was locked to anyone but the owner. I don't think it's meant to be distributed.

But fortunately your question was answered. I read through the text and it certainly appears that it requires direct transmission to actually use it. I'm glad you enjoyed reading it though! I hope you feel satisfied about your inquiry and that you pursue such fruitful avenues.

These copwrited texts make their way to the Internet all the time, but I'm going to remove it now unless we get permission from the owner to distribute it.

Kind wishes,
Laura :)


That particular text is copyright protected but is distributed for free by the translator together with other translations she made here: http://www.zangthal.co.uk/files.html

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Thanks a lot heart, I wasn't aware :)

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