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2013 Dec 5 - 10, Repentance Creek Hall, Rosebank
( Byron hinterland)A public program to honour the Dalai Lama’s Nobel Peace Prize awarded 24 years ago and to celebrate Lama Tsong Khapa’s life with a Butter Lamp Ceremony. All Welcome.
2013 Dec 11 - 15, Byron Bay - Uplift Festival
2013 - 2014 Dec 30 - Jan 5, Dromana, Mornington Peninsula
A public program to bring in the New Year with a Clean Slate
2014 March 13 - 25, Hobart, Tasmania - Waterfront Pavilion Public Program
April 14 – 27 Bondi Pavilion Public program & Photographic Exhibition ‘Buddha’s Robes’
June Return to WA – details tbc
Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 December
GYUTO GOMPA TENT 9am – 8pm daily
Unique masters of the tantric arts, the Dalai Lama’s Gyuto Monks from Dharamsala, India provide an unforgettable glimpse into their 600 year old tradition.
Throughout the festival the monks will create a 2m diameter Sand Mandala of Yamantaka – Protector of Life and Conqueror of our Fear of Death.A fierce deity, Yamantaka is a metaphor for our fear and terror around dying. When the dying process is examined, fear disappears releasing the freedom to live. The Lord of Death, Yama, thus slayn turns into a friendly meditational deity protecting us on thisjourneythrough life, death, the bardo and reincarnation andenablingus to move out of the normal delusion driven repetitive cycle of life into wisdom and love
Join them whenever you can.
Honouring HH Dalai Lama’s Nobel Peace Prize December 10 1989
Lama Tsong Khapa’ life and passing701 years on.
All welcome. Entry by Donation.
Six exciting days of Fire Pujas and prayers, healing ceremonies and blessings, wisdom and love.
Culture for Kids daily [11-12 Sat & Sun, weekdays 4 -5pm] will blends the spirit of Xmas and Tibet. Make gifts for those you love.
At noon each day will be a Meditation series ‘Release & Relief’
The Lama Tsong Khapa annual puja will be conducted on Sunday afternoon Dec 8 followed by a Butter Lamp ceremony ( bring candles),Tibetan Thugpa cooked by the monks for all and a rendition of a special song.
Tuesday 10th begins with a special Long Life Puja for HH Dalai Lama.
Proceeds support the refugee monks of Gyuto Tantric Monastery in exile in Dharamsala.