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 conditions for the liberation of obstacles.
Some examples of tsok offerings:
- For the benefit of someone going through difficult times;
- In memory of loved ones;
- To confess faults and re-establish your commitment to the Dharma in order to benefit all beings;
- To remove obstacles and create an auspicious connection with someone or a certain event.
- Tsog offerings should be sent before 3 pm(UTC-3), the day before the practice.
- Tsog offerings made after this time will be forwarded to the next tsog.
- If you send after these times, your offer will be directed to the next tsog.
May all beings benefit!