SPECIAL HEALING EVENT
“Offering an Ocean of Milk to the Lu” - A Powerful Ancient Bon Buddhist Healing Ritual Rarely Taught in the Western World - Only at True Living Yoga!
With visiting lama Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap – Share in the blessings of an ancient Yungdrung Bon ritual for bringing harmony and healing. According to the Yungdrung Bon tradition, we share the earth with many unseen spirits who are affected by our actions. Among these spirits, the world of the lu (Sanskrit: naga) is closely linked to the human world. When offended or harmed, the lu can cause illness or misfortune. Through this ritual, harmony is restored and the support of the lu is requested for fulfilling our goals and increasing wealth and resources.
Guest Teacher: Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap Rinpoche
Date: Sunday, June 1st, 2014
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm; Arrive 15 Minutes Early
Preregistration is Required to Save your Seat
Cost: $60 – Includes Lunch & Refreshments
Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap:
- Website: http://www.zhangzhungbon.org/school.html
- Project: “Dolpo Bon School”- Click on Dolpo Bon Society for more Information.
Dolpo Bon School was started on 1st January 2009 with the enormous effort of Geshe Murig Nyima Kunkyap Rinpoche. It is established with a mission to provide Bon religious studies, Dolpo’s native language (Tibetan) and modern education to the children of Dolpo.
You can kindly sponsor children’s food, School material (book, notebook, pencil etc.), Teacher and staff salary, School and out-dress uniform, project or sponsoring particular children of Dolpo Bon School. You can also make general donation to the School.
Your kind contribution would be solely for the purpose for which you donated. Sponsorship of a child covers year-round care and education of an individual child. Your philanthropic and virtuous donation will give new future to poor, orphaned or semi-orphaned children of Dolpo and enrich Bonpo heritage.
Sponsorship will receive regular report of school, children and the purpose you have kindly sponsored donated for.
Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap is a master of sutra, tantra and dzogchen of the Tibetan Yungdrung Bon Buddhist tradition. He began learning the Tibetan language, literature and thangka painting at age 8. When he was 14, he began learning the details of performing ritual. In 1994, he was awarded the doctoral degree of Geshe by H.H. Lungtok Tenpai Nyima Rinpoche and H.E. Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche. Geshe Kunchap travels extensively giving teachings of the Yungdrung Bon Buddhist tradition.