Tro-Chung (Troma Nagmo Concise Sadhana & Tsok) Teachings (Series 11) mp4 & mp3

Please receive the empowerment & oral transmission from a qualified Dudjom lineage lama for this sadhana before doing the practice outside of lineage authorized group practice.

© 2005-2006 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

Format: 6 each of mp4 video & mp3 audio downloads (links will be sent within 5 business days); add a thumb drive if you'd like the files mailed to you; Also available on 6 DVDs

Recorded at Rinpoche's residence, Fern Flat, Aptos, CA; 2005-2006

Language: Rinpoche teaches in English

Concise Troma Nagmo Sadhana and Tsok, compiled by Thinley Norbu Rinpoche

Lama Tharchin Rinpoche reciting the practice is also available on CD & mp3.

Tröma Nagmo (the Wrathful Black Mother) is a Wisdom Dakini practice from the great twentieth-century treasure revealer Dudjom Lingpa’s Chӧnyi Namkhai Long Dzӧd cycle. It is the most profound of all the chӧd practices since it brings the highest view of Dzogchen Great Perfection to the practice of cutting through the root of dualism, the cause of our suffering within samsara.

During Dudjom Lingpa’s lifetime, thirteen of his close disciples attained rainbow body (the dissolution of the body's elements into light), and there has been at least one practitioner who recently attained rainbow body through this profound treasure. One thousand have achieved the level of awareness holder, and countless others have achieved the goal of enlightenment through this practice. It is of particular importance for our time. Tibetans have always turned to Tröma practice during difficult times as it brings positive energy and well-being to the planet and its beings, blessing any place this practice is done.

Lama Tharchin Rinpoche gives detailed commentary on the Trӧ-Chung (Short Tröma Sadhana & Tsok) text compiled by Dungse Thinley Norbu Rinpoche, Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche’s heart son. Along with the medium-length Tröma Nagmo (Trӧ-dring), this is our main Tröma practice for the Vajrayana Foundation sangha.

Text: Light of Berotsana

Sent to subscribers: December 2005-May 2006

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