Sky Weaving - Namkha

One-day event with Sh-zr Khandro

Sunday 1st October 10am - 4pm
Lam Rim Buddhist Centre
Pentwyn Manor, Penrhos
NP15 2LE
Raglan, Monmouthshire, UK
The practice of Sky Weaving is called 'Namkha' in Tibetan, which means 'sky' or 'dimension'. This meditation practice involves weaving 'skies' of coloured wool, which link our energy with the energy of the elements, through the Tantric craft of sound and vision. The beauty of the Sky Weaving, which is empowered through mantra, magnetises personal 'demons'(neuroses, fears and obsessions) and releases them within the skies of each element. In Tantra we talk of the 'skies' of the five elements; earth, water, fire, air and space. Each element is a sky (dimension) of meaning, and each element is associated with an emotional confusion and a liberated energy. During the day you will make your own skyweaving under the guidance of Ngakma Sh-zr. Sticks and wool will be provided.

The session will be run from 10.00am 4.00pm, with time afterwards for tea, chat and to enjoy the Centre and its grounds.

No charge dontion welcome

This is a non-Aro gTér event