His Eminence, the late Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche honored this beautiful 240-acre retreat property in the Four Corners Region of Southwest Colorado by naming it Chokdrup Ling, meaning “Land of Supreme Accomplishment”.
Chagdud Gonpa Rigdzin Ling is a non-profit organization that aims to maintain and propagate the Dharma. Your generous offering supports the conditions for the maintenance and expansion of Rigdzin Ling's facilities, infrastructure and sacred structures.
By offering a butterlamp, you are making a symbolic offering of wisdom. Just as light dispels darkness, the lamp represents the removal of ignorance so that you and all beings can attain the wisdom of enlightened mind. Butterlamps are offered every day and on sacred days at several centers.
Tsok is an elaborate ceremony in Tibetan Buddhism that uses foods and beverages of different flavors as a support for meditation. It is an effective practice for confessing faults and breaches of commitments, as well as the creating the conditions for the liberation of obstacles.
The Restoration Committee is dedicated to planning, funding, and organizing efforts to nurture and renew Rigdzin Ling immediately and for the next 100 years. We invite you to join and offer your donations.
We, who have been blessed by Rinpoche’s lineage, are at an important juncture with far reaching possibilities. The cost for this extensive and precious education, which ensures that this lineage continues, is now our responsibility, both for our present Chagdud Yangsi as well as his future incarnations.
Akshobhya meditation can liberate not only the practitioner him or herself from the fear of inauspicious rebirth, but other beings as well. Akshobhya explicitly promised that the merit generated by reciting one-hundred-thousand of his long dhayani mantra and creating an image of him could be dedicated to another person, even someone long deceased.