Loud Laugh of the Dakini

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The Loud Laugh of the Dakini (mkha' 'gro'i gad rgyangs)

This Chöd Practice, entitled "The Loud Laugh of the Dakini", is from the Longchen Nyingthig cycle of terma teachings revealed by the master Jigme Lingpa (1729-1798). Chöd means "cutting", and is a powerful, dramatic practice of cutting through ego-attachment and delusion by visualising offering up one's body to malevolent spirits and karmic creditors. Machig Labdrön, who lived in the eleventh century AD, is probably Tibet's most famous female practitioner of Chöd.

External Links

Chod English translation with Tibetan text at www.zangthal.co.uk