When


April 24 - 26, 2020

Friday 2-5pm

Sat & Sun 10am-12pm & 2-4:30pm

Where

Dondrub Ling

2748 Adeline St. Suite D

Berkeley, CA 94703

Contact

Chandra Easton
Shunyata Yoga

shunyatayoga@gmail.com
 

Lujong:

Tibetan Yoga for Longevity

&

Yum/Yab White Tara Practice for Longevity

With

Khandro Kunsang Chözom

& Lopön Chandra Easton

 

April 24, 25 & 26, 2020

Friday: 2-5pm

Sat & Sun 10am-12pm & 2pm-4:30pm


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Open to EVERYONE.


This workshop includes two White Tara practices: Lujong: Tibetan Yoga for Longevity as taught by the late Lama Pema Dorje Rinpoche and Yum/Yab White Tara Practice for Longevity, a terma by the great Dudjom Rinpoche (Jigdral Yeshe Dorje). 


White Tara is a peaceful deity but is also extremely powerful. Of all of the 21 different manifestations of Tara, she is the one most closely associated with the compassionate nature of Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara). Her seven eyes symbolize her ability to see all the suffering in the world with this great compassion. Also known as Drölma Karpo in Tibetan, White Tara practice brings longevity, healing, and wisdom, and is a practice that is used to remove obstacles from one’s life, especially those that stand in the way of one’s spiritual progress. 


Khandro Kunsang will teach the yoga practice called Lujong Chime Palter, which means the “Gift of the Splendor of Immortality.” This accessible and gentle Tibetan yoga practice slows the aging process, lengthens the life of the body, increases physical comfort and flexibility, and stabilizes the mind. 


No prerequisites for this course. 


We offer this course on a sliding-scale model. We encourage everyone to give according to their means.

Sliding scale:

$240 - $500


The late Lama Pema Dorje Rinpoche on the benefits of Lujong practice:


“Lujong is Tibetan Buddhist yoga. This lengthens the life of the body and stabilizes the mind. The physical benefits include a good constitution, a comfortable body, less sickness, and improved digestion. Also, the body’s essence will increase, and the body will maintain strength, healthy joints, easier movement (more flexibility), and clear eyes. Lujong will also slow the aging process and give a longer life. 


For the Dharma practitioner, it will benefit all stages of meditation. The Lujong practice has been taught now for several years. People from all directions of the world have expressed deep thanks for the benefits and blessings they have received from this practice, which makes me happy. It has always been my wish that Lujong will benefit the mind and body of whoever has interest in these teachings. Hearing that Lujong has benefited many of my students gives me more energy to continue teaching the Lujong Chime Palter (Gift of the Splendor of Immortality) practice to all students who sincerely interested.”


You can learn more about Lama Pema Dorje Rinpoche here.