Actualising Guru's Intention

GARCHEN
GLOBAL MANDALA
A Calendar Of Online Practices In English
In Kyabje Garchen Rinpoche's Lineage
Available practices
Online sessions in Zoom
Calling the Guru from Afar
Lead by Ani Dagme with sharing screen, dedications from the Yellow GBI Prayer book. Rinpoche has often advised us to take this profound and powerful prayer to heart. This prayer was composed by Lodro Thaye, and we are using the text of Rangjung Yeshe Translations and Publications, 1988. Rinpoche often encourages us to discuss the Dharma together, to support one another in refining our understanding and actualizing it in our life. We are holding space for this at the end of each session for anyone who wishes to join.
Online sessions in Zoom
Vajra Recitation
Lead by Bryan Davis (Konchog Jamden Chögyal.) Prerequisites — you have received empowerment in any anuttarayoga tantra cycle or one of the three inner empowerments of maha, anu, or ati cycles in the nyingma tradtion. Opening prayers and closing prayers will use the yellow Garchen Institute prayer book.
Online sessions in Zoom
Lama Tsewang Dzinpa Tsog
Lead by Bryan Davis (Konchog Jamden Chögyal.)  Prerequisites — you have received the empowerment of Lama Tsewang Dzinpa. Versified English sadhana will available for download, but is not for distribution outside of those who have empowerment in this cycle. Opening prayers and closing prayers will use the yellow Garchen Institute prayer book.
Online sessions in Zoom
Medicine Buddha
Lead by Ani Dagme with sharing screen, dedications from the Yellow GBI Prayer book.
Online sessions in Zoom
White Jambala
Lead by Ani Dagme with sharing screen, dedications from the Yellow GBI Prayer book.
The Ritual of summoning good fortune is extracted from the larger cycle of the Orgyen Khandro Norlha terma of Rigzin Chögyal Dorje, a great Nyingma and Kagyu Lama. This was introduced to the Gargon lineage by Drikung Terton Lho Tenzin Orgyen Nunden Dorje. This is a practice of the combined mandala of Padmasambhava, Yeshe Tsogyal, Amitays, the five buddha families, and the four dakinis or activity. The essence of which is to establish one's mind in primordial purity, the greatest abundance of all.
Online sessions in Zoom
Smoke Offering
The Clearing Smoke Offering Known as Source of Goodness and Wellbeing. A terma composed by Padmasambhba and revealed by Chögyal Rinchen Phuntsok. The smoke offering contains all elements necessary for purification of one's outer environment, their inner obstacles to body and speech, and the secret obstacles to mind. As well, this is method to repair and amend damaged samaya vows.
Practice Calendar