|Medicine Buddha Puja and Dakini Purification Ceremony |
12320 S. Ridge Ave.Palos Park, IL 60464
Saturday, October 14th
11am – 1:30pm
*please bring vegetarian dish to share
According to Tibetan medical and spiritual ideas, the body is composed of four elements. When those elements are out of balance, 400 kinds of sickness can result, expressing themselves as physical or mental symptoms or both. The Medicine Buddha practice is very important for shifting dark energy in these challenging times. The Medicine Buddha sugatas and their mantra strengthen wisdom and the four elements and help to purify karma. Medicine Buddha can transform negative emotions into compassion mind. The Medicine Buddha Practice is also very beneficial when illness is stuck and medicine appears to be of no benefit. A Dakini Blessing practice transforms negative emotions into positive ones… beauty, joy, peace and love. The Dakini blessing purifies the Medicine Buddha Puja and allows a stronger connection with Medicine Buddha and the practice. One does not need to be Buddhist to attend. The Puja can be of benefit for deepening one’s practice or simply taken as a blessing. Lama Lobsang Palden is an incarnate lama born in eastern Tibet. He studied all aspects of Buddhist philosophy and practice at Tashi Kyil Monastery, in Amdo, Tibet. Lama trained in Yantra Yoga and Tibetan massage with Tibetan doctor Rinzen Geshe Nyima, and he inherited intuitive healing gifts from his grandfather, himself a healing lama. Lama Lobsang is a Ngakpa lama, having received his initiation at the Lhabrang Monastery. He is a healing practitioner who personally received His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s blessing and encouragement to do healing work. He left Tibet at age 18 and lived at Tashi Kyil Monastery in Dehra Dun, India, for 10 years. He has received many teachings from H.H. the Dalai Lama and other Tibetan masters, such as His Holiness Sakya Trizin. He has traveled the world sharing his knowledge and experience, and currently resides in Palos Park, IL.
Space is limited.
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