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Yamantaka Healing Ritual

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Took place 2 months ago
Tue 20 Mar 20:00 - 22:00

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Dear All,

I'd like to invite you to this special event next Tuesday inProtected content
It appears in the Namaste Group because it is closely related to Nepal.

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Yamantaka Healing Ritual
Lord of Life - Lord of Death
Ritual with Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche

Induced by the ongoing global contamination, the increase
of diseases and weakening of vital energy Tulku Khyungdor
Rinpoche has decided to hold a Yamantaka Healing Ritual. The
transmission of this practice originates from the original Buddhist
Vajrayana Tradition of Nubchen Sangye Yeshe. Anyone
seeking to find the cause of the elemental disharmony, respectively
the primordial root of nature, has to look deep and choose
an original path to reach there.
Yamantaka is the wrathful form of Manjushri, the Buddha of
Wisdom. In Buddhist Tantra Yamantaka or Yamari is the assassin
of the Lord of Death. Hence he is the Lord of Life as well. This
“Ritual of Life” mobilizes vital-life force. This connects us to the
primal energy of human existence, which itself is the appreciation
of life by nature. Thus a systemic healing process can naturally
be activated.
The Ritual will also contain a part with Mantras, which have
been transmitted for unspecific healing in the dark times of epidemics.
As a legal note it has to be mentioned that this is not to
be understood as a medical treatment.
The Ritual will be completed by a recitation for the stabilization
and alignment of one’s individual motivation.
Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche recites this practice in Tibetan and
Sanskrit language to enhance and protect our vital energy.

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There is no fix entrance fee for the event but a recommened donation of 20+Eur.
All donations of the evening go to the association's projects in Nepal.

I look forward to seeing you there!
Bea