Posted by: Upāsaka | 04/13/2016

Chod Practice

I had heard of chod practices before but had never been particularly interested. Now, for whatever reason, I find mutating having taken a real interest. This may have something to do with my recent explorations into pre-Christian druidic traditions and Haudenosaunee medicine practices but, unlike these, the Vajrayana traditions have yet the savor of the Dhamma.

I have just bought the book Feeding Your Demons by lama Tsultrim Allione and have been so far impressed. Naturally I worry about going astray from the Dhamma but if I keep clear in my mind that these practices are simply inspired by the Dhamma much like those of present day Theravadin teachers then I should remain on terra ferma.


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