The White Amitayus Drupchen is an extensive group practice from the Chokling New Treasures lineage. It is practiced every year at Ka-Nying Shedrup Ling Monastery in Nepal, having been established there by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. Through the means of practicing this drupchen the practitioners intend to realize wisdom wakefulness (yeshe) by revitalizing life (tse so), revitalizing merit (sonam so) and developing a magnetizing presence (wangtang so). These are all things we need to be complete on the path to gain realization and to go through this practice together with our Rinpoche’s is a great blessing.
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Losar – Tibetan New Year
Every year to usher in the Tibetan New Year at Ka-Nying Shedrup Ling monastery our Rinpoches, lamas, monks and lay practitioners practice Vajrakilaya for five days. On the last day of the practice take place the lama dances and Gutor ceremony. The practice used is the Vajrakilaya of the Seven-Fold Profundity, which is the extensive phurba practice revealed by Terchen Chokgyur Lingpa. The objective is to remove the negativity created through our judgmental emotional mind and ego clinging from the past year in general. The dances and torma ritual were guided and carried out by Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche.
On the morning after the year end wrathful practices were finished, again our Rinpoches, lamas, monks and practitioners gathered in the monastery’s lhakang to practice an extensive Smoke Cleansing Offering(sang cho).
The next day was the first day of the Tibetan New Year and our Rinpoches were able to spend time together during a family visit to Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche Yangsi. The New Year’s day was a wonderful time and all are looking forward to the year ahead.