Troma Nagmo Nay Dren (Series 14) mp4 video

© 2006 Lama Tharchin Rinpoche; mp4 video download (NEW for 2017)

Also available on 5 DVDs.

Sent to monthly subscribers December 2006-April 2007.

A Nay Dren is a ceremony to help people who have died and are wandering in the bardo. It involves using symbols, seed syllables, name plaques and so on, that serve as supports to draw in the dead person’s consciousness that is wandering in samsara. The ceremony includes sections giving dharma teachings, empowerment, making offerings, showing the path, and finally transferring their consciousness into the pureland. This extremely profound Nay Dren in particular is connected with Tröma Nagmo, the heart essence of Dudjom Lingpa’s treasure cycles. It comes from Dudjom Lingpa’s treasure “Chö Nyid Nam Khai Long Dzöd (The Treasury of the Vast Expanse of the Space of Dharmata)”. Teachings I & II are based on the extensive practice text from Dudjom Lingpa’s Tröma Volume p.375-392: “chos nyid nam mkha’i klong mdzod las / tshe ‘das rjes ‘dzin gnas lung khrus lung bzhugs so” (“From the Treasury of the Vast Expanse of the Space of Dharmata, A Ritual of Purification to Care for Those Who Have Passed Away, Guiding Them to a Pure Land”).

Text: not yet translated

Related: Nay Dren name plaque (Tsen Jang) in print or jpeg & 6-Petal Lotus diagram (Pemay Dab Druk)



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