Guru Rinpoche, the ‘Precious Master’, is the founder of Tibetan Buddhism and the Buddha of our time. It was because of his overarching power and strength that the Buddhadharma was really established in Tibet, and then developed so that all the teachings of Buddha were preserved as a living tradition, and have continued down to the present day.
All practices on the path to budhahood are methods for gathering the accumulations of merit and wisdom and for purifying our obscurations. One such method is the practice of tsok, which is primarily a practice of offering.
Open to all Rigpa Mandala Students. Times may vary according to your nearest branch/group.
London Centre Tsok times during the National Practice Retreat:
4.40pm until 6.40pm Saturday 16th March
4.15pm until 5.15pm Sunday 17th March