Message from Phakchok Rinpoche

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Dear INEB Community,


How are you and your loved ones amidst the present global pandemic? On this New Moon today, we are offering a wholesome Riwo Sangcho ‘Mountain Smoke Offering’. Sang Offering is a skillful means of realizing the perfection of wisdom through the accumulation of merits with the practice of offerings and purification especially of impurities and obstructions.

These impurities and obstructions can manifest as diseases which are a result of causes and conditions. The causes and conditions, in this case, are our collective karma as human beings. So, to purify karma, you can practice virtue through your actions, your practice, your meditation, and so forth. This will remove our karmic debt. The most important part is to dedicate merit and make aspirations for our parents and family members in this life and past lives, our friends, for our villages, towns, and cities, and for all human beings. To dedicate and aspire for their good health, happiness, and fulfillment of all their wishes.

During my retreat I am making aspirations for all, specially for those who are sick, those who are having difficulties coping with the present situation mentally, emotionally, physically, financially and where all your wishes are not fulfilled and the undesired materializing, so to all your fears, My days are filled with prayers for all.  For those of you who are not faced with such difficulties please take this time as an opportunity to focus on your practice. Regardless of what tradition you follow, please pray for the awakening of all sentient beings and practice loving kindness and compassion.

Thinking of you all and making aspirations for your wellbeing.
Phakchok Rinpoche

– Videos from the vibrant Nagi Gompa nunnery in the hills just outside Kathmandu. Young novice nuns learning how to properly wash hands. The other video is of the nuns of Nagi Gompa practicing  Riwo Sangcho.

– Lodi’s other children including his son Tulku Penam Rinpoche and son-in-law Neten Chokling Rinpoche and I have requested messages from them as well.


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