Tara Drupchen Practice – Saturday October 29th 10-4pm


      Tara Intensive in NYC
Saturday, October 29th, 10 -4 pm
Nalandabodhi New York




Dear Sangha and Friends of Nalandbodhi New York,

All are welcome,  this is a public event!

Whether you’ve been practicing the Tara sadhana for years  or have never heard of it before, join us- explanation and guidance will be provided.  For a general explanation see below.

Come for one session or for the whole day!

Saturday, October 29th,
10:00 am - Video teaching on Tara by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche and introduction to the practice
11:00 am-  Morning Tara Sadhana Practice
12:30-        Lunch
2:00 pm-   Afternoon Tara Sadhana Practice
4:00 pm-   Sangha social and discussion

Please join us and help us support this wonderful gift of practice for ourselves, our community, and the world at large!

About Tara Practice:

Tara sadhana practice is a meditation technique in the Vajrayana tradition of Buddhism. Tara is not a goddess we worship, but rather a profound reminder of the healing power of loving kindness and the courageous compassion that exists in the hearts of everyone. This particular technique involves chanting, music, and seated meditation.

“Not only is supplicating Arya Tara beneficial for clearing away immediate obstacles for individuals who have entered the paths to liberation and omniscience; supplicating Arya Tara helps to clear away all hindrances and obstacles related to achieving the ultimate goals. If you are a person who has entered and is practicing the path, then supplicating Arya Tara helps dispel all obstacles you are facing that get in the way of making your practice fruitional. Arya Tara also clears away obstacles of all those with whom we have connections, our friends, our relatives, our partners and so on, anyone for whom we wish that they be free of illness, negative spirits, and other obstacles. When you supplicate Arya Tara you will receive her blessing.”
- Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

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