White Tara Practice

February 6th

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    Room: Small Shrine Room

    White Tara is known in Tibetan Buddhism for her tremendous compassion and motivation to alleviate suffering. Practices that invoke White Tara seek to rouse compassion and soothing energy for the meditator. Practitioners who have received this White Tara practice are warmly invited to join us on the first Wednesday of every month for practice.

    Donations are gratefully accepted.

    Prerequisite: Please note that a lung (reading transmission) is required to participate in this White Tara practice.*

    Written in 2004 by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, this short White Tara practice is meant for those who are sick, who are travelling, or who are having difficulties focusing or connecting.

    "It is for anyone who needs to be soothed." —Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

    *A lung is a traditional ceremony in which a senior teacher reads through the practice to students, offering a short commentary. Shambhala Center members who would like to join this practice but have not received the lung should email [email protected] indicating their interest. We will periodically offer the lung based on demand.