Chod Puja by Jampay Lama Ngawang Rinpoche Nov 5

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Chod Puja by Jampay Lama Ngawang Rinpoche Nov 5

Post by phantom59 » Tue Nov 02, 2010 5:42 pm

Event :Chod Puja by Jampay Lama Ngawang Rinpoche
Date: Nov 5 Friday
Time: 7.30pm-10.30pm
Venue: Drukpa Norbu Ling
Address : 196, Jalan Midah Besar, Taman Midah,Cheras 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Near Tesco-Extra Cheras)
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Jampay Lama Ngawang Rinpoche is the abbot of Ngagyur Jamchen Monastery in Nepal Doplpo region He completed ngondro at age 12 and since then has been engaged in strict retreat of Macig Labdron Chod He possess especially powerful tantric power in accurate divinations and warding off illness and negative influencess
through Chod pujasThis is the 1st time Rinpoche is leaving his monastery and retreat
premises in order to reach out to more people and hence benefiting them

Ngagyur Jamchen Monastery located at 4100m Do Tarap Valley of Dolpo east of Shey Phoksumdo National Park in western Nepal an immense area of natural beauty alpine flowers and medicinal herbs with people living a very simple traditional life was established several hundred years ago by Lobo Chogyal Ampal It has both Kagyu and Nyingma lineages In the summertime lamas anis and laypeople of the Dolpo region gather for drupchens and practices for blessed medicine while in the wintertime they practice Nyungney retreats Performances include Cham, song and dances with a variety of instruments There is a special tradition of demonstrating lessons of altruism to the public through the performances of spiritual biographies


Chod Practice

Chod pratice enable the yogi to transform a non-conducive condition into the path which ultimately leads to liberation very quickly.The yogi uses the power of negative karma to overcome habitual instincts and realize the dharmata. This is called "using an adverse condition to be set free." Chod Practice helps to clear karmic debts and pacify the suffering of beings who is afflicted with illness. Chod is also a powerful means of accumulating merit because one is practicing the generosity of offering one’s body. This practice is popular among beggars or retreatants who have given up everything and live isolated in the mountains. They have nothing concrete to offer, no possession at all, except for their body. So they invite the lamas, meditational deities, dakinis, dharma protectors and lesser gods and spirits to come and partake of their body. In this manner, they accumulate tremendous merit. While practicing chod, from the external point of view, gods and demons will appear; from the inner point of view, these gods and demons are simply one’s own conceptual proliferations that are out of control. Through realizing identitylessness, the practitioner can no more be affected by both the external and internal problems..Ultimately, the practioner establishes himself in the state of the primordial nature-The Prajnaparamita.

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