• Krodhi Kali Review and Drubchoe

Krodhi Kali Review and Drubchoe

Thursday evening, April 20 – Sunday, April 23 (late afternoon)
Lisa Cyrus, Steve Iverson and Alex Ryan
$225 / $203
(10% discount for members paying $50 or more per month)

“Assembly Of Guru Vajrayoginis, please think of me.
All virtue accumulated throughout the three times and all existing virtue,
I fully gather and dedicate to all beings, equal to space,
so that their frailties and delusions will arise as co-emergent great bliss.

From now on, throughout all my lives,
Not desiring the happiness and wealth of existence that change like autumn clouds,
Nor seeking the extreme of peace and nirvana,
May I enter this wondrous path.”

—From the aspiration prayer corresponding to the stages of the path of Jetsün Tröma

Mindrolling Lotus Garden is delighted to invite all who have received the sadhana of Jetsün Tröma Nagmo (Black Vajrayogini) to gather together for an in depth ritual review and practice weekend. This review and Drubchö will be a wonderful opportunity to practice together and to refine and deepen our understanding of the ritual aspects of the The activity ritual to accomplish and make offerings to Jetsün Vajrayogini Krodhi Kali called The Blissful Path to Travel to Khechara.

In the past few years, Jetsün Khandro Rinpoche kindly bestowed the empowerment, reading transmission, and detailed explanation of this profound sadhana to many fortunate students at Lotus Garden. In addition, Jetsün Dechen Paldrön and the nuns of Samten Tse graciously and precisely instructed the sangha in the ritual details of this precious practice. Keeping in mind the rarity and preciousness of receiving these sacred transmissions and the unparalleled kindness of our teachers, we hope everyone who has received the sadhana will make the effort to join together in reviewing and practicing together.

Ritual instructors Lisa Cyrus, Steven Iverson, and Alex Ryan will guide the review of the ritual details of the Jetsün Tröma Nagmo, and the program will culminate with a group practice of the sadhana together. The retreat will be under the direction of Jetsün Dechen Paldrön.

Meals and housing are provided at no extra charge.

This program is open to students who received the empowerment of Jetsün Tröma Nagmo and permission to practice the sadhana from Rinpoche.

Arrival and check-in will take place on Thursday afternoon, April 20th between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. that evening and will conclude on Sunday late afternoon.

For more information, please contact us by email at registration@lotusgardens.org
or by telephone at 1-540-778-2405.