Simhamukha Retreat @ Tara Mandala, May 19-27

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Simhamukha Retreat @ Tara Mandala, May 19-27

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The Lion-Headed Dakini (Simhamukha)
With Lama Tsultrim Allione, Magyu Lopön Charlotte Rotterdam, Miranda Shaw and Ellen Booth Church
May 19 - 27, 2019

This retreat offers transmission and teachings on the Lion-Headed Dakini (Simhamukha) practice as well as on Lama Tsultrim’s personal transformation work within the mandala. Simhamukha is known as a powerful remover of obstacles and as Queen of the Dakinis. This practice is a mind treasure given to Ayu Khandro when she was in dark retreat by the Queen of the Dakinis. The great yogini Ayu Khandro was a student of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo, Jamgon Kongtrul, and Ngala Pema Duddul, and the teacher of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, to whom she transmitted this mind treasure.

We will dedicate one day to each of the five mandala families in order to transform obstructed, negative patterns into their corresponding wisdom energy. Lama Tsultrim’s transformational personal work includes meditation practices, art, mask-making, sound, and movement.

We will be honored by the presence of Miranda Shaw, PhD, author of Passionate Enlightenment and Buddhist Goddesses of India, who will teach on the history of women and goddesses in the Vajrayana tradition.

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Re: Simhamukha Retreat @ Tara Mandala, May 19-27

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