The Black Feast with Study and “Tips: Using Chod Instruments”, led by Julie Rogers.
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.
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- Suggestions: wear ear buds, earphones, or use external speakers & if possible attach an ethernet cable to your computer to improve the sound quality. Zoom sound can fluctuate when practicing with a bell, drum, and kangling.
- If you feel uncomfortable using instruments due to your home situation, it’s fine not to use them under the circumstances of sheltering in place.
- For more information contact Julie Rogers at email@example.com.
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