THE DUDJOM TRADITION
- Learning the basic practices of the structured Chod system of Dudjom New Treasures.
- Training in daily short Troma (Lujin), Four Feasts and Troma Ngondro.
Wong (Ritual empowerment) and Lung (reading transmission) of the Dudjom Tersar.
TEACHINGS & PRACTICE
The Treasures of Dujom Linpga (Tersar) has become widespread among Nyingma lamas in post-Tibet Vajrayana. And through such realized masters as Dungse Thinley Norbu Rinpoche, Shenpen Dawa Rinpoche, Chagdu Tulku and others, the Dudjom Troma Choe has achieved remarkable popularity in the West.
Students will gain entry into, and learn basic practices of this well-organized system. On this basis, they may choose this as a main Cho practice, participate in Dudjom rituals in the East or West, and if karmically connected, can undertaken the full path of troma retreats according to the TerSar.
SUMMARY of TOPICS
Overview of the Dudjom Troma System
Dudjom Lujin-Body Offering
Troma Yidam Practice Dudjom Ngondro
Sun of Wisdom: Introduction to Extensive Troma Tsok The Four Feasts
TROMA YIDAM PRACTICE
The Dudjom New Treasure of Dudjom Lingpa is centered around the Yidam practice of Troma, and thus an special Troma empowerment is required for the practice. This will be transmitted by Lama Tobchen, or other lamas who take Troma Nakmo as are their core practice, along with the required reading transmissions (lungs) and teachings.
Integrtated into Troma practice is the Ngondro and mantra recitation of the Troma, which can also be done on a daily basis.
The classic Chod of Dudjom Lingpa is the Body Offering or Lujin. This short practice is simple, easy to learn and perfect for a brief daily practice.
The White, Red, Mixed and Black, each with their own unique can be integrated into the daily Lugin, according to circumstance or preference…