Tsog means “gathering”. We gather together the things we’re offering, and we ourselves gather together to do the practice. Concentrating our minds into the same space gives us great inspiration. Normally, we push ourselves to achieve, but nothing happens because we have not made the space for something to happen.
We will offer the favourite Tsog practice of Lama Yeshe, chanting the 100-syllable Vajrasattva mantra at the end of each offering verse. This is a concentrated method to meditate on emptiness, the ultimate purification.
It’s tsog day, but also the end of a busy week, so this practice is short but also very powerful in purifying negativities and accumulating merit. Everyone is welcome, but the tsog offering is especially relevant to those with an HYT commitment.
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