Cutting Off or Chod (pronounced Cho) Practice was developed by Machig Labrang is one of the only Buddhist practices to be developed in Tibet and was then taken back to India. Chod literally means "cutting off" and refers to cutting off one's ego. This book gives the practice as well as a commentary on the practice by Tenga Rinpoche.
This book is 191 pages long and is difficult to obtain. It was translated by Yeshe Gyamptso and includes the many diagrams, the actual practice text in Tibetan script, transliteration, and English. It also includes a glossary of terms.
This item is a PDF which contains the same content as the printed book.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 30 September, 2019.