Chod is a Tibetan meditation which is a potent, dynamic practice for cutting through fear and facing death. It is a practice of healing through ultimate compassion.
Mornings will focus on the Dzogchen Chod, known as Khandro Geykyang, the Laugher of the Dakinis, the concise version. Pema Khandro will give the transmission, lead the practice sessions and lead workshops on cutting through fear through the secret chod practice.
Midday sessions will focus on Troma practice, the profound deity yoga meditation on the black wrathful dakini from the Jeweled Garland of Chod, (the Rinchen Trengwa).
Evening sessions will focus on the Secret Chod – a path of profound psychological and embodied transformation. It is a direct path to healing through fear done in solitary practice and small community workshops.
“I am very grateful for the wisdom that Pema Khandro shared about Chod, the songs sung, the words spoken, and the shared space. It was very moving and inspiring and has left a beneficial impact on me and has greatly aided me on this journey.” ~A
“Powerful, opening, inspiring practice. Much gratitude!” ~M
“These classes help to reinforce and gain better skill in learning the instruments and melodies within the practice, as well as clarify questions that may come up from the practice. Thank you Rinpoche and Ngakpa International for this online opportunity of practice and study.” ~W
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