Sunday 27 June 2021 (10:00 -11:30)
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White Tara practice is one of the most powerful compassion practices in Tibetan Buddhism. It is especially useful in times of pandemics, and domestic or community turmoil. Tara is represented as a peaceful feminine deity who perceives the suffering of all beings and offers her assistance. This practice helps us to contact a warm space inside ourselves and others, to calm fears and anguish and even to heal suffering.
During this short practice, to stimulate our innate qualities of compassion, we become White Tara, recite her mantra and visualize a white light for beings who need it, including ourselves.
Includes : meditation, sadhana, teachings and discussion.
10:00-11 a.m.: open to the public.
11:00-11:30 a.m. : reserved for people who have received the transmission of the sadhana written by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoché.
Suggested contribution: $10.
To pay : Offer a donation