Healing Through the Medicine Buddha Workshop with Lama Migmar Tseten

Apr 05, 2019 - Apr 07, 2019

For everyone, who is interested in self healing and anyone who are healers. As healers often have to carry the symptoms of their patients. Retreat like this helps release and self cleansing.

Medicine Buddha, the guru of physicians, was first introduced to Tibet in the eighth century. Since then, Medicine Buddha has become a powerful spiritual healing practice in Tibetan Buddhism.

This program begins with a teaching and transmission by Lama Migmar Tseten on the Medicine Buddha Sutra, emphasizing the healing of sentient beings. Lama Migmar bestows the Medicine Buddha Empowerment to connect with Medicine Buddha and receive the blessings and healing energies of his enlightened light body, mantra, and wisdom. You also receive instruction on the meditation practice of Medicine Buddha.

Learn how to combine the sadhana (spiritual practice) with the technique of blessing medicinal substances to enhance their healing function. This program concludes with Medicine Buddha sadhana and a medicine-blessing ceremony. Please bring any fresh, unopened medicines you might have for this ceremony.

Tuition

$295

Schedule

Day
Time/Activity

April 5, 2019
Friday

6:30pm – Arrival Day Dinner

April 6, 2019
Saturday

Morning self guided meditation
8:00am – 9:00am – Breakfast
12:pm – 1:00pm – Lunch
6:00pm – 7:00pm – Dinner

April 7, 2019
Sunday

Check out day

Teacher

Lama Migmar Tseten has served as Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University since 1997. He received both a traditional and a contemporary education in India, graduating from Tibetan Institute of Sanskrit University in Varanasi. He served as the head of Sakya Center in Rajpur, India, and the Sakya Monastery in Puruwalla. Lama Migmar has supervised the editing and publication of more than 50 rare volumes of Sakya literature and is author of many books, including Awakening to the Noble Truth, The Play of Mahamudra, and The Tibetan Book of Awakening. Founder of Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Lama Migmar leads retreats throughout North America and Europe.

Food

Our menus are based on group preferences and budget. We offer delicious, balanced vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals which typically include raw salads and hot vegetable dishes. Upon request, we will gladly prepare unseasoned blanched or steamed dishes for lunch and dinner. We easily accommodate gluten/dairy free needs, and many of our seasonings and oils are provided on the side for guests to season meals to taste. Several rooms have refrigerators, so guests are welcome to bring food that suit their needs if they have issues we cannot accommodate. Please note that we are unable to reduce meal costs due to food allergies.

Payment Policy

A $50 non-refundable deposit is taken at the time registration occurs.
The full balance is collected 7 days prior to arrival.

Cancellation Policy

Other than the deposit, no fees are incurred if cancelled up to 7 days after reservation date.
50% of the total cost is retained if cancelled less than 4 days prior to event.
The $50 deposit given at registration is non-refundable.

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