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Ngondro Accumulation Session with Drubpon Pema Rigdzin - Shared screen with speaker view
Ana Alvarez
05:57
Tashi Delek Freddie
Louise Carroll
06:41
Hello from Australia!
John Hands
24:48
What is the significance of going around the belly button? Is that a chakra or energy center?
Kristie Brady
25:58
What’s the What’s Up group?
John Hands
29:10
What is the 3rd movement of the breath again?
al
34:58
eyes open or closed?
John Hands
35:26
Can you describe the 3rd movement again please?
al
41:08
beautiful. thank yu. :-)
Dhani
41:22
can you send link to the channel picture
Dhani
42:48
arpetures
Dhani
45:01
what is his name?
Dhani
45:08
can you type it?
Isaac Wostrel-Rubin
01:38:52
Kristie asked if it matters if you say it in tibetan or english
Kristie Brady
01:38:58
Does it matter if you recite in English or Tibetan
John Hands
01:39:08
Is this edition good?
al
01:40:13
how much time should you put aside for prelimary practices?
al
01:43:33
memorize english first, then tibetan
Elis Q
01:44:55
In prostration, when we go down we say refuge and when we get up we say bodhicitta?
Kenneth Mednick
01:51:11
Freddie,
Kenneth Mednick
01:53:20
So therein lies the disscrepancy concerning the pronunciation of vajra, either vajra or benzra, Sanscrit or Tibetan pronunciation.
Isaac Wostrel-Rubin
01:54:13
freddie why does the text say to recite the hundred syllables (with no "as much as possible") and then the 6 syllables "as much as possible"? The accumulation is the hundred syllables right?
Barbara Raif
01:55:31
is there a recording of the ngondro recitation in Tibetan?
John Hands
01:59:17
My favorite mala is a yak bone mala with counters. Is bone a no-no for ngondro or is that ok?
Kat (she/they) - Chicago
02:00:24
In Chagdud Gonpa, we have to accumulate 100,000 6-syllable mantra first, then 100-syllable mantra. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ
Dhani
02:02:27
Tibetans used yak bones to recycle the animals which died all the time
Dhani
02:02:49
So the bone malas are not anumal cruelty
Kristie Brady
02:05:23
Thanks Freddie!
al
02:05:26
thank you!
Montgomery McNicol
02:05:32
Thank you so much Freddie
Elis Q
02:05:42
Thank you Lama πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ».
Louise Carroll
02:05:55
Thank you so much :-)
Dhani
02:05:56
Thanks again!
Isaac Wostrel-Rubin
02:06:06
Thanks Freddie-la
FELIPE KOGA
02:06:37
Obrigado!
cadma [aka carla dal mas]
02:06:39
thank you! obrigada!
Carolina V.
02:07:45
Gracias!