Drubchen Livestreaming Schedule 2019
We are happy to offer livestreaming for parts of this year’s Drubchen via Facebook Live.
Please check the Live events schedule below, and join us at Lama Tsultrim Allione’s public Facebook page (click here).
For local times, click here: www.thetimezoneconverter.com
May all beings benefit! ~ Tara Mandala
Subject to change. All times are Mountain Standard Time, USA (MST). Keep up to date for time change announcements on Lama Tsultrim’s public Facebook page.
Friday, August 2nd
9-10:30 am: Opening by Lamas
11 am-12:45 pm: Procession
Saturday, August 3rd
9-10:30 am: White Dakini practice
2:30-4 pm: White Dakini practice (Troma practice, protectors and confession)
Sunday, August 4th
4:30-6:30 pm: Tsog
Monday, Aug. 5th
Consecration of statues- time to be determined (see FB page)
Tuesday, August 6th
11 am-12:45 pm: White Dakini practice plus Offering Goddess Dance
Wednesday, August 7th
8-9:30 pm: Dances and Chöd
Friday, August 9th
11:00 am – Ceremony for the Deceased
4:30 pm – Enthronement of Tulku Osel
Saturday, August 10th
8-10:30 am: Fire Puja and Procession
Tsog, one of the most effective methods for the accumulation of merit and the unfolding of timeless awareness, involves the offering of food, alcohol, butter lamps, flowers, and other substances. You can sponsor one of the large daily tsogs in someones name or for a specific cause (such as world peace, etc) for a minimum of $1000. You can also partially sponsor a tsog with any amount.
During Drubchen we will be having a Ceremony For The Deceased. This ritual benefits the deceased by invoking their consciousness and reducing their fear and suffering. If you want to include anyone who has departed (recently or otherwise) in our practice, this is an opportunity. For those who are coming to Drubchen, we encourage you to bring ashes of those who are deceased (1/2 a cup or less) to include in the Ceremony. A suggested minimum donation is $30. Please submit your requests by Thursday, August 8, but the earlier you can do this, the better. Thank you.