Riwo Sang Chod (Mountain Smoke Offering) (Series 21) DVDs

© 2009 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Format: BACK IN STOCK! 7 DVDs; Also available as dmp4 video & mp3 audio

Recorded at Pema Ösel Ling, Corralitos, California; November 28-30, 2008 (Thanksgiving Retreat)

Language: Tibetan with English translation by Ngawang Zangpo (In Teachings 3 & 4, Rinpoche teaches in English)

The series includes six teachings on the Riwo Sang Chöd (Mountain Smoke Offering) and Lungta Sang (Wind Horse Smoke Offering). In Teaching 7, Rinpoche performs the practice with the drubdra 3-year retreatants (with Jeremi Plazas umdze’ing; includes the Riwo Sang Chöd, Wind Horse Smoke Offering, Tröma Nol-Sang and Drib-Sang). Teaching 5: Wind Horse Smoke Offering. Stream Rinpoche reciting the practice in unelaborate Trul-mé style on SoundCloud or purchase the MP3 download.

“The Riwo Sang Chöd is a treasure revealed by Lhatsun Namkha Jigmé when he opened the hidden country of Sikkim. This smoke offering comes from the viewpoint of Dzogchen, the Great Perfection. It is really the best practice to remove obstacles and fulfill both temporary and long-term wishes. The smoke offering is made to all wisdom beings, to the Three Jewels, the Three Roots and Dharma Protectors, and the Three Kayas. Offering to the wisdom beings helps us to accumulate merit and wisdom. This brings short-term happiness and ultimate enlightenment. We also offer to all demonic beings who are actually manifestations of our karmic debt. These karmic debtors cause obstacles of all kinds, both temporary in this life and also long-term obstacles to enlightenment. Through this offering, karmic debtors are repaid, removing all of these obstacles. This is really the best technique. In particular, His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoché did this practice all the time and recommended it to all of his students. In my life I have had such success with this practice and recommend it to all my spiritual friends and vajra brothers and sisters.”  - Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Text: Riwo Sang Chod (BJP, 2008) – available with or without commentary by Gyalse Shenpen Thaye; download for tablet; or through Dharma Treasures in print.

Sent to subscribers: November 2009-May 2010


Collections: Other Practices & Teachings

Type: Video


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