Sessions during the day + the night according Shardza Tashi

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Sessions during the day + the night according Shardza Tashi

Postby kalden yungdrung » Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:35 am

rDzogspa chenpo sku gsum rang shar las thod rgal snang bzhi'i rnyams len ngo mtshar snang baí ltas mo
The display of marvellous visions-Practice of the natural emergence of the 3 Bodies in their Great Perfection.

Here the sessions during the day and the night according Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen's Kusum Rangshar which was explained by H.E.Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche

It is an excellent schedule for practice.


1) Early morning:
At this time you need to remember the preliminaries and to try to go through them several times first. These are the
preciousness of human life; impermanence; the power of karma; the suffering of all sentient beings; developing
compassion; Bodhicitta; refuge; confession; Mandala Offering; guru yoga. After completing Guru Yoga, keep in
continuous meditation with Trekchö. When you are almost ready to end the session, you can practise some Tummo for
a while if you are already familiar with it.

2) Sunrise:
Make offerings of sang and water at sunrise and do your usual daily practice and prayers.

3) When the sun shines:
Practise Tögal with the sun.

4) Midday:
Integrate your work with prostrations and normal practices for the benefit of others.

5) Afternoon:
In the afternoon, practise sun or sky gazing, practising contemplation with Tögal.



Night Sessions


1) At dusk:
Meditate with Trekchö. 1f you have faith in a Yidam you can do that practice.

2) Evening:
Make offerings to the Guardians, do Sur and then Chöd.

3) Midnight:
At midnight one should integrate sleep with clear light practice.


Mutsog Marro
Kalden Yungdrung
THOUGH A MAN BE LEARNED
IF HE DOES NOT APPLY HIS KNOWLEDGE
HE RESEMBLES THE BLIND MAN
WHO WITH A LAMP IN THE HAND CANNOT SEE THE ROAD
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