Vima Ladrup tsok (SI Australia)
Sunday September 4, 2022 11 am – 2.30 pm AEST
Everyone is welcome to attend, although only those who have received the empowerment may have the liturgy.
The Tibetan word for this practice is tsok, which means ‘gathering’ and refers to the gathering of practitioners, the gathering of offerings, the gathering of mandala deities, and the gathering of merit and wisdom. To attend this kind of practice it is helpful, but not essential, to have some familiarity with Vajrayana theory and practice.
This session with be an extended practice with Confession and Fulfillment
Requirements: Vima Ladrup – The Guru Sadhana of Vimalamitra feast practice may be joined by anyone who has received the empowerment. Those without the empowerment are still welcome to join the practice to sit and listen, much as one might join a puja being conducted in a monastery, or if attending in person, read a borrowed liturgy for the duration of the practice. The only requirement in this case is to have faith and respect towards Vimalamitra and Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche. However, in accordance with Rinpoche’s wishes, you won’t be able to access the resources page, download or keep a liturgy until the empowerment has been received.
Please click here for information on how to prepare for this practice if you are attending online.
Online attendance Via Zoom: to join the Vima Ladrup practice CLICK THIS RECURRING LINK
Meeting ID: 876 6000 7921 Passcode: 505042
Please see the SIA Online Prayer List to add names of people who are experiencing obstacles as well as for those who have passed away within the past 49 days. The names will be read at the beginning of the practice, which will be dedicated to them, along with all sentient beings.
General questions around the online practice email Charlotte on [email protected]
Photo detail of Vima Ladrup courtesy of ©Tsering Art School, Shechen Archives