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Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche

The Wrathful Black Dakini Thröma Nagmo

Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, voice, chöd drum, bell and kangling horn

About this Teacher:
Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche
His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche — meditation master, teacher and artist — held many great lineages of the Nyingma tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism from Tibet: the Dudjom, Khyentse, Apong Terton, Khenpo Ngaga, Padgyal Lingpa and Longchen Nyingt’hig. Founder of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation and Chagdud Gonpa Brasil, he wrote several books of Buddhism and the path of meditation including, Life in Relation to Death, Gates to Buddhist Practice and his autobiography, Lord of the Dance. More...

This CD was recorded in California in the late 1980′s at a private studio and has until now only been available on tape cassette. His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche was known throughout Asia to be one of the great Throma masters and singers. The practice of Throma contains the complete path of the Vajrayana, from ngondro (the preliminary practices) all the way through the Dzogchen (Great Perfection) practices of trekchod and t’hogal.

This recording has been re-mastered and tracked for the easy learning of Dudjom Lingpa’s sadhana. This feature can be of great help to people who are training to become “umzes” (chant leaders) or “chopens” (ceremonial assistants) for their centers.

The double CD set includes:

  • 12 page color booklet with liner notes
  • A synopsis of the practice of Throma Nagmo
  • The lineage of Dudjom Lingpa’s sadhana in Tibetan
  • A Short History of Chagdud Gonpa in Tibet, the United States and Brazil
  • Images of P’hadampa Sangye, Machig Lobron and Dudjom Lingpa
  • T’hanka image of Throma Nagmo mandala
  • Development and Completion sections, Protectors and the Tsog ceremony
  • Historical overview of photographic images of Chagdud Rinpoche performing Throma Nagmo in Asia and in the West
  • Bilingual edition in English and Portuguese


Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche
The Chöd Feasts

From the Cycle of the Wrathful Black Dakini, T’hröma Nagmo, A Treasure of Dudjom Lingpa

Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, voice, chöd drum, bell and kangling horn

Recorded December 1999

About this Teacher:
Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche
His Eminence Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche — meditation master, teacher and artist — held many great lineages of the Nyingma tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism from Tibet: the Dudjom, Khyentse, Apong Terton, Khenpo Ngaga, Padgyal Lingpa and Longchen Nyingt’hig. Founder of Chagdud Gonpa Foundation and Chagdud Gonpa Brasil, he wrote several books of Buddhism and the path of meditation including, Life in Relation to Death, Gates to Buddhist Practice and his autobiography, Lord of the Dance. More...

Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche’s reputation as one of the great T’hröma singers was widespread in Asia. This digital recording made near the end of his life presents a rare opportunity to hear this great master of the T’hröma Chöd.

Rinpoche writes in the liner notes, “Traditionally in Tibet, a person would be required to have empowerment in order to learn and practice the Chöd Feasts as these are profound teachings from the Great Perfection. But this practice is known as “t’hod drol” which means that it possesses the quality of liberating upon hearing. I am releasing this recording openly because of this potential to benefit beings in this way.”

Chöd is a method for overcoming hope and fear through the cultivation of supreme generosity.

12 Page Booklet Includes:

  • A synopsis of Dudjom Lingpa’s incarnations
  • Chagdud Rinpoche speaks about his experience with this practice in an excerpt from his autobiography, Lord of the Dance
  • Instructions on the Chöd Practice by Chagdud Rinpoche
  • Photographs of Chagdud Rinpoche performing Chöd in the 1970s and 1990s
  • Line Drawings of Dudjom Lingpa and the deity, T’hröma Nagmo
  • T’hanka image of T’hröma Nagmo
  • Short History of Chagdud Gonpa inTibet, the United States and Brazil with color photographs
  • Bilingual edition in English and Portuguese

Two mp3 cds in a double envelope

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About Dakini Music

By utilizing digital audio technology to document, record, digitize, archive and catalogue the teachings and practices of Nyingma masters, Dakini Music, an audio publishing project of Chagdud Gonpa (along with Padma Publishing), works to preserve many great lineages of the Nyingma tradition: the Dudjom, Khyentse, Apong Terton, Khenpo Ngaga, Padgyal Lingpa and Longchen Nyingt’hig and others for future generations.

Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche recorded a rare eight track recording of Vajrakilaya, The Razor that Destroys at a Touch, A Treasure of Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche as well as The Chod Feasts and Throma sadhana, from the Cycle of The Wrathful Black Dakini Throma Nagmo, A Treasure of Dudjom Lingpa.

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche gives a stanza by stanza commentary on Shantideva’s eighth century classic, the Bodhicharavatara, The Way of the Bodhisattva. In the whole Tibetan Buddhist tradition, no single treatise is more revered or widely practiced and remains to this day in the curricula of Buddhist monastic shedras and monasteries. In addition, Khyentse Rinpoche teaches on the foundational practices for Vajrayana Buddhism in Ngondro, The Chariot of the Path of Union, A Treasure of Preliminary Practices by Dudjom Jigdral Yeshe Dorje.

Chagdud Khadro’s compilation of Chagdud Rinpoche’s teachings on Apong Terton’s Red Tara cycle, is available in an audio book recording called Red Tara Commentary: Instructions for the Concise Practice Known as Red Tara: An Open Door to Bliss and Ultimate Awareness. Lama Sherab Drolma also recorded a double CD of this same Concise practice and Commentary in the Portuguese language.

Under the direction of Chagdud Khadro, the spiritual director of Chagdud Gonpa Brasil, all proceeds go to support the activities of Chagdud Gonpa and Siddhartha’s Intent.