Sat, 22 Jan|
Frankston South & Online via ZOOM
Lama Tendar gives instructions about how to conduct daily Tara practice, teaches Tara mantras, and offers guided meditations.
Time & Location
22 Jan 2022, 9:00 am AEDT – 23 Jan 2022, 5:00 pm AEDT
Frankston South & Online via ZOOM, 132 Kars St, Frankston South VIC 3199, Australia
About the Event
Medicine Buddha Centre & Online via Zoom
22nd & 23rd January 2022
9 - 5 PM
Green and White Tara is born from Avalokiteshvara’s loving tears for all sentient beings. Tara practice is very beneficial for living a fulfilling life. Tara is the mother of all Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.
White Tara looks after all sentient beings just like a mother cares for her beloved children.
Connection to the White Tara energy facilitates long life, brings about prosperity, and good mental and physical health.
Green Tara is the manifestation of wind energy, instant rescue for those in destitution. Green Tara inspires us to rise up to virtuous actions motivated by great compassion. Tara protects us from eight external fears and eight internal fears.
During the retreat, Lama Tendar gives teachings on how to overcome fears so as to protect one’s mind and to live life positively. He also gives instructions about how to conduct daily Tara practice, teaches Tara mantras, and offers guided meditations.
The merits of this practice can be dedicated to oneself, one’s families, and to all other sentient beings.
The Daily Meditation and Prayer Booklet
Zoom log in details will be emailed after registration.
This retreat has been sponsored by a sangha member
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