Offer flowers to Tara, opening your heart to her blessings, and symbolizing the flowering of Enlightenment.
Every day of the Spring Equinox 21 Taras Drubchö this March, we will offer fresh and colorful flowers to all 21 Taras. We invite you to share in this meritorious offering rich with abundant qualities of design, color, fragrance, and soft touch.
Make a “21 Dollars for 21 Taras” flower sponsorship accompanied by a prayer request dedicated to a loved one, special event, or anything that resonates strongly in your heart. You can also offer Butter Lamp sponsorships for any dollar amount, and Tsog sponsorships – both accompanying your prayer requests. Whatever your offering may be, it will weave positive aspirations into the blessings that we will be sending out to the world.
We thank you for considering a flower or butter lamp offering during this precious event. Whether you are attending the Drubchö or practicing from afar, we will feel your presence in our hearts and honor all your offerings and prayers.
Photo: Tara Mandala Butter lamp offerings on June 9 2017, Saga Dawa Düchen, commemorating the enlightenment and parinirvana of the Buddha.
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The Tara Mandala Family
About The Retreat
With Drubpön Lama Karma
March 17 – 24, 2018
The retreat will begin with an empowerment of the Queen of Great Bliss Yeshe Tsogyal Wisdom Dakini from the Longchen Nyingthig Dzogchen treasure cycle revealed by Jigme Lingpa (1729-1798). In this practice we cultivate the ultimate primordial wisdom dakini of the universe from the perspectives of the practices of maha, anu, and ati yoga, which focus on the outer appearance of the deity, inner subtle energy and essences, and secret nature of the mind.
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About The Teacher
Venerable retreat master (drubpön) Lama Karma was born in eastern Bhutan and joined the Long-Nying Chöling Monastery at a young age. His root teacher was Lama Naljorpa, the great yogi of mahamudra and Dzogchen, from whom he received numerous vows, empowerments, instructions and oral transmissions, including the Chöd Rinchen Trengwa … More →