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* {{LH|tibetan-masters/nyingma-masters/gyalse-shenpen-taye/gentle-rain|''The Gentle Rain of Benefit and Joy—An Explanation of the Practice of Sang Offering'' by Gyalsé Shenpen Tayé}}
 
* {{LH|tibetan-masters/nyingma-masters/gyalse-shenpen-taye/gentle-rain|''The Gentle Rain of Benefit and Joy—An Explanation of the Practice of Sang Offering'' by Gyalsé Shenpen Tayé}}
 
* {{LH|tibetan-masters/nyingma-masters/dodrupchen-III/guide-sang-practice|''Guide to Sang Practice'' by Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima}}
 
* {{LH|tibetan-masters/nyingma-masters/dodrupchen-III/guide-sang-practice|''Guide to Sang Practice'' by Dodrupchen Jikmé Tenpé Nyima}}
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* [http://all-otr.org/vajrayana/35-sang-practice-basic-principles Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche explains sang practice basic principles]
  
 
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Revision as of 14:15, 16 June 2017

Sang offering (Tib. བསང་མཆོད་, Wyl bsang mchod) is a practice of offering fragrant incense smoke. The most popular version of the practice is Riwo Sangchö, the Mountaintop Smoke Offering.

Further Reading

  • Sophie Pickens, Divine Blue Water: The Contamination Purifying Smoke Offering by the Great Master Padmasambhava (Unpublished MA Thesis, Kathmandu University, 2012)

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