Lama Padma in Seattle – May 1-5, 2013

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Chagdud Gonpa Amrita
welcomes back Lama Padma for a five day visit!


While in Lama Padma is in Seattle please join us for any of the following events. All programs will be held on-site at Amrita.

May 1, Wednesday – 7pm
Practice & Teachings ~ with Lama Padma
Wednesday evenings at Amrita is a time for open meditation and recitation of Heart Sutra, and the daily practices of Red Tara and Chenrezig. Lama Padma will lead practice and offer teachings. And, as usual, everyone is welcome! Incense-free event.

May 2, Thursday – 6:30pm
T’hroma Nagmo Tsok ~ with Lama Padma
This T’hroma Nagmo practice belongs to the Dudjom Lingpa Cycle. It was one of the first sadhanas H.E. Chagdud Rinpoche taught in the West and it has continued to be a treasured practice of the Chagdud Gonpa sangha.

Empowerment required for participation. Email us to reserve your place. Offer Butter lamps and/or tsok.

May 3, Friday – 7:30pm
Every Day Dharma: Awakening Moment to Moment
~ A Dharma Talk with Lama Padma
We often wonder how we can integrate our practice into our everyday life as if both needed to be reconciled, while in reality our life is our practice ground. Lama Padma will illuminate how we carry our practices into the world, touching our whole life experience.

All are welcome! Incense-free event.
Suggested donation $20

May 4, Saturday
10am – 12:30pm & 2 – 6pm
Kusum Gondü Avalokiteshvara ~ Teachings & Tsok
This sublime practice of the Great Compassionate One is a revealed treasure of the terton Tromge Khacho Wangpo and was the Chenrezig practice of H.E. Chagdud Rinpoche. Lama Padma is a lineage holder for this Chenrezig practice.

Email us to reserve your place. Offer Butter lamps and/or tsok.

May 5, Sunday, 9am – 12pm
Red Tara Tsok
In words of H.E. Chagdud Rinpoche: “Red Tara practice is an open door to bliss and ultimate awareness. Just as you use a mirror to see your face, Tara meditation is a means for seeing the true face of your mind, devoid of any trace of delusion.”

Email us to reserve your place. Offer Butter lamps and/or tsok.

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