Dakini's Whisper Online Event

Oral Transmission

Chö Whispered from the Mount of Bliss

Dedicating One's Illusory Body as a Feast Offering


Saturday, October 6th, 6:00 pm, PST or

Sunday, October 7th, 10:30 am - 11:00 am, PST

Open to All

Please join us for this rare opportunity of receiving the oral transmission (lung)

of the Chö sadhana, Dedicating One's Illusory Body as a Feast Offering!


Chöying Khandro will offer this oral transmission of the main Chö practice of the Ear-Whispered Lineage of the Mount of Bliss(Ganden/Ensa Nyengu) to those practitioners who are in the Five-Year Program as well as to sincere practitioners outside the Five-Year Program. We warmly invite those of you who may have strong resonance with this lineage of wandering yogis and yoginis and its profound practices. This lineage until recently was transmitted orally or in an ear-whispered manner.


Dedicating One's Illusory Body as a Feast Offering (Gyulu Tsoksu Ngowa) has been practiced and chanted with captivated melodies from generation to generation. This practice has been blessed by Ear-Whispered Lineage masters outside of institutional framework and passed down without interruption.


Oral Transmission


This oral transmission will allow you to join our weekly group practice online, as well as prepare the Five-Year Program students for the Spring 2019 retreat. You will have an opportunity to listen to explanatory teachings (Tri), join our regular online practice and practice it on your own if you wish.

NOTE: There will be two Transmission Sessions to accommodate the different time zones. You could attend any of them according to your convenience.

Join Our Online Practice

This oral transmission on Sunday 7th, PST, is followed by Chö Group practice (the Seven 'PE's and Blending Space and Awareness, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, PST.

Text and Video


The sadhana text is available in pecha format - including Tibetan transliteration, English translation, and the English word-by-word translation.


The video offers the complete performance practices with Tibetan transliteration as well as the English word-by-word translation. This aids non-Tibetan speaking students in performing the lineage texts with traditional melodies in a traditional manner.



There is no charge for this transmission event. However, dana (donation) of whatever amount is usually offered to make a connection to the lineage practice and show an appreciation for its transmission. Of course, no one will be turned away for lack of funds.


Once you sign up, a link to Open Transmission Online will be sent to your email box one hour before the start time.