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Year End Recitation of the Mamo Chant
with Will Ryken
January 31 / 6:00 PM - February 9 / 6:30 PM
Mamo chants are done at the end of the Shambhala lunar calendar year. This particular protector chant invoking feminine protectors is done to pacify personal, social, and environmental chaos. The end of the year is said to be a somewhat dangerous time, a very good time to practice and tune into the protector principle of awareness and go into the New Year with a fresh and open outlook. It is only in the past few years that this practice has been opened up to all practitioners; come by and join in this powerful and provocative practice.
Open to all.
Free of charge.
It is not necessary to register for this program. You may come on any (or all) of the days we are doing Mamo Chants.
Find more at: http://www.shambhala.org/community/shambhaladay.php#EndofYearRitualMamoChants