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OPEN HOUSE TALK: Mamo Chants and Protector Practice


January 28 / 7:00 PM - January 28 / 8:00 PM

February 11, Shambhala Day, is the beginning of the new year in the Tibetan lunar calendar. The end of the old year is seen as a time of the ripening of karmic tendencies, a time when we are more susceptible to accidents, emotional upheavals, illness and conflicts. During the last eleven days of the old year it is traditional to do Protector
Practice by chanting the mamo chants. The Protectors' practice is a way of acknowledging, purifying and transforming the accumulated stuckness and negativity of the previous year and beginning the new year fresh, unfettered by old habits.  


This a powerful community practice to which all are invited. 

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