Chod Study and Practice of Troma Nagmo led by Julie Rogers (Contact Julie Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.)
10:00–12:30 torma making & 2–5 p.m. Troma Concise Sadhana (nuts and bolts review). Please bring healthy food and drink for tsog offerings. RSVP requested: email@example.com
Students of chod are invited to ongoing sessions focused on the Troma Nagmo cycle of Dudjom Lingpa. During the coming months, the group will alternately study and practice the Troma ngondro, the various feasts, and other aspects of the cycle. Please bring the text,
The Sun of Primordial Wisdom, as well as instruments (bell, dorje, drum and kangling, if you have them.) Stay tuned for news about upcoming tsogs when we will practice the concise sadhana of Thinley Norbu Rinpoche, The Quintessential Accomplishment in Accordance with the Lineage of the Vajra Essence. There is no charge to attend. Texts can be ordered onsite through ODD’s bookstore. Donations to ODD are welcomed. For further info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Director of TLC Transitional Life Care, Julie Rogers, a long-time student of Ven. Gyatrul Rinpoche, leads these sessions. Julie facilitated a Troma study and practice group at Dechen Ling in Ashland, Oregon, for four years. She is authorized by Sangye Khandro and trained in chod with her as well as other esteemed lamas, and for many years served as the Troma omzed at Gyatrul Rinpoche’s center, Tashi Choling, in southern Oregon.