Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche teachings on 'Nature of Mind' with Chetsun Nyingthig Intro & Tsok
Samden Ling is honored to present: Adzom Gyalse Tulku Rinpoche, a master of Dzogchen, The Great Perfection. A Buddhist Teacher from Bhutan, The ritual master at Shechen Monestary, Bodhinath, Nepal. Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche has a direct, unbroken lineage back to Longchenpa. Rinpoche was recognized by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche as the tulku of the great Gyurme Dorje, the eldest son of Adzom Drukpa Rinpoche. Master Translator, Erik Drew will be translating into English from Rinpoche's Tibetan during these virtual teachings. Erik has been a Tibetan translator for over 30 years. In his youth he spent several years living as a monk at Rumtek Monastery under the guidance of His Holiness the 16th Karmapa. He has translated for dozens of lamas over the years and his translation skills are appreciated worldwide. These teachings are online on zoom only.
Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche's background.
'Nature of Mind' Teachings
recognizing our own Buddha Nature
Saturday Oct 14th and Sunday Oct 15th:
3 sessions each day:
9am-10:30am, 11:00am-12:30pm, 2pm-3:30pm
Chetsun Nyingthig Lecture
a profound Dzogchen Path
Monday Oct. 16th:
a gathering of food, flowers, blessed substances
Monday Oct 16th:
Registration: is for all days inclusive
-no partial registration-
In his previous life, Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche received the Chetsun Nyingthig directly from his Father, Adzom Drukpa. Adzom Drukpa was one of the greatest lineage holders and propagators of the Longchen Nyingthig teachings. Adzom Drukpa achieved the Rainbow Body at his death in 1924.
Tsok is the offering of food, fruit, flowers, blessed substances. (From Rigpawiki), The Sanskrit word for tsok practice is ganachakra, which in Tibetan is ཚོགས་ཀྱི་འཁོར་ལོ་ tsok kyi khorlo. The word ཚོགས་, tsok means ‘an accumulation’ or ‘a gathering, an assembly or group’, and the word འཁོར་ལོ་, khorlo literally means ‘wheel.’ So the literal translation is something like ‘wheel of accumulation.’ According to the great master Jamgön Kongtrul, this term relates to the inner level of tsok practice, and the generation of vast ‘gatherings’ of bliss that are like ‘wheels’ which cut through the web of our deluded thoughts and tainted emotions.
These teachings are online, zoom only.
(previously there were a very limited in person spots which are now full.
Due to covid precautions, ans space limitation, there are no more spots left)
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