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To keep alive the precious lineage that Chagdud Rinpoche left us, we are inviting those with Tara empowerment to participate online in the Red Tara Drubchöd with 100,000 Tsogs, where Lama Tsering will be vajra master. 

The event will have an opening talk on the evening of October 9 and the Drubchöd on October 10, 11 and 12.

To learn more about the program and how to participate in the event online, please check the chart below.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected] 

Right after completing your registration, follow the instructions you will receive by email. If you do not receive the email, check your spam.

October 9

7pm: Teaching with Lama Tsering


October 10, 11 and 12

9am to 12pm: First session Red Tara Tsog 

3pm to 7 pm: Second session Red Tara Tsog with practice of Protectors 


There will be six full practice sessions throughout Drubchöd. Both in the morning and afternoon, we will do the Tara practice with tsog and the dedication of merit at the end. Attend as many sessions as you can, it is not necessary to attend all of them.

The Drubchöd will be fully broadcast via the Odsal Ling Online Campus Platform. 

To access it, follow the instructions you will receive by e-mail after registration. 

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On the Odsal Ling Online Campus Platform you will have access to support material and more information about the retreat. There you will find the following items:

  • General instructions
  • Liturgy
  • Opening teaching
  • Practice sessions
  • Sending of the accumulation

In addition to the traditional tsog offerings and butter lamps, at this retreat you will also be able to make specific offerings by directing your offering in the way you wish. 

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