In his introduction, Tulku Sangak Rinpoche says, “Chöd is the superb means for [those who have not yet realized the view of the Great Perfection approach] to enhance their practice of the view and cut forcefully through their mental entanglements.”
This book contains the practice of Dakini Sangwa Yeshe—The Secret Path to Supreme Bliss, together with two additional feast practices, praises and fulfilment prayers, torma dedications, an activity ritual of the wrathful goddess Tröma, and a concise daily practice of Tröma. This text is used in the annual Sangwa Yeshe Drupchö at the Ewam Garden of One Thousand Buddhas.
This text contains both the extensive and concise forms of the Yangpur (a combination of Yangdak Heruka and Dorje Purba) practice together with offerings to the guardians of the termas, a lineage supplication, and an additional feast offering to Dorje Purba (Vajrakilaya).
This book contains the main Pema Traktung sadhana—The Blazing Vajra Inferno, which contains the stages of approach and accomplishment. Also contained in this volume is the Pema Traktung tsok offering, confession and lineage prayers, and averting ritual.
This book contains the Pema Traktung ritual for applying the enlightened activity of vanquishing disease as well as the short sadhana of Pema Traktung. It can be used as a supplementary phase of application practice for the primary Pema Traktung sadhana contained in Book 1, or as a stand-alone practice. This is the text which is used in Namchak Khen Rinpoche’s annual Pema Traktung teachings.