Gutor and Losar Schedule (February 21st – 24th, 2020) [minor edits]


February 21 – Gutor
February 22 – Gutor
February 23 – House Cleaning Day
February 24 – Losar (Riwo Sang Cho and Ngondro)


In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the Gutor Reversing Practices work for future prosperity in general, and help to remove obstacles to life in particular. Gutor is also very important for reversing bad omens, especially for people whose birth year corresponds to the coming year. Their life may be may be in danger and they might face major obstacles in the foregoing year. Therefore it is good to do reversing practices to remove any impending obstacles. There will be a lot of strong reversing mantras recited and accumulated during Gutor, and there will be special implements that need to be used for subjugation.

Supports for the Reversing Practices
For the reversing practices to be most effective, it is, of course best if one can participate directly. If this is not possible you can send:

1) An item of your own and of each of your immediate family; that is: a few strands of hair; or cuttings of nails; or a small cutting of clothing—to create a connection with the reversing torma effigy which that will be sent away. This is especially important if your birth year is that of the Rat.
2) In addition you can send a list of names of immediate family members, which can be e-mailed to

We should receive all of these items before the 15th of February for ease of preparation. Please send these items as soon as possible to Yeshe Nyingpo (19W 16th St, NY, NY 10011).

If you could like to make an offering for Gutor, they can be made through here by specifying the purpose of the offering.


Yeshe Nyingpo (19W 16th St, NY, NY 10011)


February 21st to 24th 2020

February 21st & 22nd | GUTOR – Putri Repung
10 AM – 1 PM: Start
1 PM – 2:30 PM: Lunch Break
2:30 PM – 5 PM: Conclude

February 24th | LOSAR – Calling Lama From Afar & Ngondro
Long life pills, nectar, and blessings of HH Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche’s Long Life Arrow will be given.
10 AM

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