Online Practices & Workshops
Upcoming Online Practice
Eliminating Obstacles Meditation:
From the Spiritual Tradition of Tibetan Medicine
Friday, April 6, 2018, 7–9 PM Central
Tibetan House, 4900 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans
Join us for a guided meditation practice to eliminate obstacles and hidden obstructions of all kinds. From the Yuthok Nyingthig, the unique spiritual tradition of Tibetan Medicine, this accessible practice invokes the blessings of the father of Tibetan Medicine and the four activity dakinis to clear away difficulties and develop healing wisdom for the benefit of ourselves and others.
Suggested Donation: $20
Meditation & Mantra Practices
Join us online for healing mantra and meditation practices from the spiritual tradition of Tibetan Medicine. These short guided practices are free and open to everyone. If you are unable to join us live, you can practice with the recording on your own time.
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On special days, we practice the Ngondro (preliminary practices) and Ganapuja (feast practice) of the Yuthok Nyingthig, the unique spiritual tradition of Tibetan Medicine.
On Medicine Buddha Day (the 8th of the lunar calendar), we practice the Medicine Buddha healing mantra and meditation from Tibetan master Ju Mipham Rinpoche.
On Guru Rinpoche Day (the 10th of the lunar calendar), we recite the mantra of Yuthok, the father of Tibetan Medicine, to remove obstacles and develop healing wisdom. We also offer a short ganapuja feast.
On Dakini Day (the 25th of the lunar calendar), we recite the healing mantra of the five dakinis, the embodiment of feminine wisdom and power, to heal both women and men and to harmonize the planet. We also offer a short ganapuja feast.
Following the wish of Dr. Nida Chenagtsang, we dedicate this practice to the empowerment of women worldwide.
On Protector Day (the 29th of the lunar calendar), we recite the mantra of Shanglon, the protector of the Tibetan medical tradition and teachings, to remove obstacles and bring good health, long life, and wealth.