Ligmincha Poland and Drukmo Gyal invite you to an online concert

Tibetan Mantra Healing Concert
20 February 2021, 5 pm (Central European Time)

Tibetan Mantra Healing is a powerful form of healing dating from ancient times. The mantras described here arise out of the ancient Tibetan medical and spiritual traditions. They are based on the philosophy of Interdependent Origination which purports that all phenomena in the Universe are intimately interconnected: no single object, person or event can exist in isolation; every action, thought or event impacts on all other existent phenomena. Through a greater awareness of Interdependent Origination, we can become co-creators of our own reality, and influence important aspects of our lives, such as our health. We can also use these methods to heal manifestations of energy disturbance such as accidental injury and disease. Modern physics confirms what many ancient cultures have known for many years - that energy and form are interchangeable; they are simply different manifestations of the same universal constituents. Traditional Tibetan Medicine describes these universal constituents, or potentialities, as the Five Elements. In their most subtle form, these Five Elements have a psycho-physical function which energies the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of our being, as well as - in their more gross aspect - forming the basis of our physical existence. In order to interface with these subtle universal energies, Traditional Tibetan Medicine utilizes the five modalities of sensory perception - and their objects, namely form, sound, touch, taste and smell - as a part of its therapeutic approach. Mantra Healing focuses specifically on the energy of sound as a healing medium. Tibetan Mantra Healing utilises ancient and secret mantras: sometimes encapsulating the essence of natural sounds, and often using ancient words from the Sanskrit and Tibetan languages.

 

Tibetan mantra healing uses the power of sound and vibration as a medium to heal the body and mind. As a singer and a practitioner of Tibetan medicine specializing in mantra healing, Drukmo Gyal is in a unique position between ancient tradition and emerging science. Her lecture-concerts intimately involve the audience, inviting them to experience how sound affects the mind and body through active listening and direct participation in mantra recitation, paired with visualization techniques. Drukmo will share traditional and original Tibetan and Sanskrit mantras and explain how these teachings can be used to heal the present self and enable collective healing in the future.

 

• Drukmo Gyal (voice)
• Joosep (cello, guitar)
• Leho Rubis (Flute)

 

Donation for the concert: 10 euros (you can take part in the concert with a bigger or smaller donation or without a donation).

 

You can send a donation to the bank account or via paypal:

 

Bank: SEB
IBAN: EE551010011690336228
Name: MAOJIA
Surname: ZHOU
Bank address: Tornimäe 2, 15010, Tallinn, Estonia
SWIFT Code (BIC): EEUHEE2X

 

PayPal account: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Donations for the concert will go towards the Dakini project:

Dakini project is a non-profit and non-governmental organization based in Amdo Tibet. Dākinī can be applied to females with a certain amount of spiritual development. In 2012, Dakini project was initiated at Tseko and Rebgong counties by providing a number of children whose families suffer from financial obstacles with school tuition and monthly allowance. Due to diverse reasons, Children are lacking education on traditional values, especially values of spiritual women in Tibet. Dakini project aims to provide a space for traditional Tibetan values about life, relationship, death to be seen and heard by the younger generations through modern media channels. At the moment, we have four activities going on:

1) To organize language training programs (due to covid-19, programs are conducted online).
2) Sex Education seminars
3) Sponsor hospital check-ups for disabled children.
4) Provide food and allowance for school children.
5) Make a collection of visual-audio documentaries about the spiritual aspect of Tibetan women’s lives. (In preparation…).

More information about Dakini project: www.drukmogyal.com/dakiniproject



Concert will take place via Zoom (after registration you will receive an email with Zoom number). If you don’t have Zoom, you can download and install it for free from www.zoom.us

  

[If you see the registration form in Polish, you can change it to English by clicking on the top right corner.]

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