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Tibetan Buddhist Phowa Death Practice Transmission/Teaching

Tibetan Buddhist Phowa Death Practice Transmission/Teaching

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  • Fri 7 Dec ’18, 6:45pm – 9:00pm


Pundarika, 5 Richmond Road, Mahina Bay, Eastbourne, Wellington Region


All Ages

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  • Free Admission

Rare teaching in New Zealand by visiting Tibetan Khenpo (scholarly head teacher) Chopal. Khenpo Chopal is Visiting New Zealand from his home monastery of Drikung Kagu Rinchen Ling in Kathmandu Nepal, to share this teaching of Phowa. We are very fortunate to be receiving this in Wellington.

Phowa is a Buddhist practice that can be practised in life to clear the energy pathways of the body, but more importantly as a practice for the transference of one's or someone else's consciousness at the time of death to a pure place or positive human rebirth.

This is suitable for beginners to attend as a blessing to be put into practice at a later date, or for people with some experience of Buddhism and meditation to use in their current practice.

Friday evening in Mahina Bay will be the giving of the transmission of the Phowa text and short explanation of Phowa.

There will be a chance for more information and a practise session the following day, Saturday late afternoon in Wellington, at the Quaker Centre, Moncreif Street, Mt Victoria.
Please see other listing for further weekend teachings by Khenpo Chopal.

Teachings are by donation to make them accessible to all. Suggested donation is $30.00 to help cover the cost of Khenpo Chopal's flights.

Parking is limited in Mahina Bay, please park further down on the hill and walk up, and advise if you need to park close to the venue for health reasons.

Please call Dechen on 0221023662 to register so we have an idea of numbers please, and for any questions about this teaching or event.

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