Description. The Preliminary Practices of the Incomparable Drikung Kagyu. Contains aspiration and dedication prayers; Refuge; Vajrasattva (Dorje Sempa); . First Year ; Ngondro, The Preliminary Teachings & Practices; Second Year ; Meditation on Deity Hayagriva; Third Year ; Chöd, Cutting Through Ego; Fourth Year. Dzogchen is a system of gradual practice and one of its requirements is that one has to start from the preliminary practices (ngondro). The Vajra Master wil l.

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Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot]matsek and 13 guests. Queries regarding 5fold Mahamudra ngondro of garchen Rinpoche Forum rules. Does anyone know if the recording of the lung found here https: Also, are there any videos or documents of his teachings regarding this specific ngondro available?

In the above video he makes it clear that anyone who has received the lung can pass it on, therefore would anyone be willing to do so if the recording does not suffice, please?

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

Drikung Kagyu Ngondro Preliminary Practices

I do ngomdro the lung tho, and also the text. If you do not find anything you can pm me and we can try to do sth with it. You can always email garchen institute for more info. A boat delivers you to the other riverbank. A needle stitches up your clothes.

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A horse takes you where you want to go. Bodhicitta will bring you to Buddhahood.

As recommended by Miroku, you should contact Garchen Institute about practice requirements. Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness.

GI got back to me and said it is ok: Hope you get the chance to meet Garchen Rinpoche in person in the future. Yep, a stack of books is on hand, including Diamond Rosary, and Lama Abao taught Garchen Rinpoche’s ngondro text – which was livestreamed from Drikung Seattle – last weekend.

Hopefully, they will also upload it to their Youtube channel at some point. Ngondro is wonderful, powerful, and challenging. I personally love the five fold formulation, though I haven’t seen that sadhana. All the best, Cairy. The videos don’t seem to be listed on their YouTube channel Khenpo Samdup dtikung taught on this text at Drikung Dharma Surya last year.


Note that a decent part of Day 2 was dedicated to actually practicing the sadhana. However life is short, and intelligence is limited, so it’s hard to cover them completely.

You may know a lot, but if you don’t put it into practice, it’s like dying of thirst on the shore of a great lake. Likewise, a common corpse is ngondrp in the bed of a great scholar.

I noticed that these vids don’t seem to be published publicly ngonxro the DDSC channel, so I thought I’d share them in this thread since it was already here.

Ina had mentioned to me in private at DDSC that she was still working on the translation of the nondro for the then upcoming teachings in Singapore, so I made several failed attempts to get the lung from other lamas who should’ve had it because I didn’t want to make Rinpoche hurt his eyes those who know him are aware that his eyesight is very poor and he experiences a lot of pain on daily basis because of it.

Not being willing to miss the opportunity, eventually I printed the raw Tibetan that Ina had kindly sent me via email complete with spelling mistakes, according to herand cornered Khenpo to ask him to get Rinpoche to give it since no one else would do so.

He said he would try, but that i should know that he’d also attempted to get the lung before and Rinpoche had actually refused him! Apparently our combined insistence paid off because it was given at the tail end of the Spring Retreat in Ohio, months prior to the release of Ina’s translation and the beautiful pechas we now have.

Not that I am seeking credit or deserve any, really. It’s all the root guru’s extraordinary kindness, which is readily apparent in that pithy sadhana. I merely recount this story because it was interesting even funny how things unfolded, and it might serve to inspire some sincere students to not be deterred by being shrugged off or meeting with obstacles.


It reminded me of how, in Judaism the religion of my birthprospective converts are refused three times just to see if they are serious. Point being, if you want Dharma bad enough and sincerely are seeking to benefit beings by requesting it, keep trying and eventually you’ll hit pay dirt.

You might not even have to sleep out on the monastery steps to get it! Queries regarding 5fold Mahamudra ngondro of garchen Rinpoche Post by Aspiring. It was unlisted, however the link was still available on Farcebook.

If you still don’t have access to FB, let me know if there are any other teaching videos you are after that have been de-listed for example, a lot of the Seattle ones have recently and I will search for the links to them on FB and share them. Thank you so much for sharing Khenpo’s ngondro teachings, they are very much appreciated. From what I remember, the sound quality was particularly poor, so headphones and high volume may be needed to listen to this: I appreciate you digging up that link, and am happy to report that my FB access has been restored.

I’m glad you gained something from those vids with Khenpo. I, too, have noticed that often videos are delisted after a certain amount of time, or oftentimes never publicly listed on the channels in the first place after the luge events wrap.

Perhaps there are specific storage constraints or other factors that I’m not aware of, or else maybe it’s to encourage folks to support the centers by purchasing the recordings, but I wish all the teachings that are appropriate for the public would be freely available.

Whatever the case, we can simply continue to work on our paramita of diligent effort and share what we can with those interested.

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