Lama Chopa Tsog
A tsog is an offering ceremony that represents assembling all of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas in a visualization of a sacred dance. Tsog means “gathering” or “assembly.” Those practicing highest yoga tantra normally have a commitment to do this practice twice each month. The Lama Chopa (or Guru Puja in Sanskrit) is a profound guru yoga practice which connects us more deeply to our teachers and the inspiration of all of the buddhas.
The Heruka Vajrasattva practice is a unique delightful experience as well, merging our innate wisdom with that of all of the holy beings, all done through visualization and chanting. These practices will be alternated each month on the 10th of the Tibetan calendar. All are welcome.
|Times:||2:00 pm - 3:30 pm|
|Type of event:||Pujas (Rituals)|
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|Level:||All are welcome|
|Participation:||All are welcome|
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