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Warmest of birthdays to the lovely and kind @dr.nidachenagtsang. (One day after my birthday!) Dr. Nida is the lineage holder of the tantric lay lineage called the #yuthoknyingthig. This is a pure, unbroken, unstained, unpretentious, powerful, body and element based lineage of doctors and healers that practice #tibetanmedicine. He has started many centers worldwide and his students have extensive and transformative online offerings: mantra, yogas, sacred art, dance, music, medicine and radiant life. Love you all so! Long life, protection and well wishes to you Dr. Nida. <3 https://www.drnida.com/schedule @purelandfarms
The most exquisite painting of #longchenpa by my dear dharma sister @taradigesu.
A perfect circle rainbow #thigle in a morning sunray at #shoshoni #yogaretreat center amongst Colorado fall aspens.
dawnboiani108 This is a (Nagthang- or black thangka) image of the wisdom goddess #Simhamukha, and she's no ordinary #dakini. According to John Reynolds: "She was the principal dakini teacher of Padmasambhava himself. "She is the archetype of the destructive Terrible Mother, who destroys and yet regenerates all life out of her cauldron. All phenomena dissolve into Shunyata or emptiness, and again all phenomena arise out of Shunyata. In many ways, Simhamukha appears to correspond to the Ancient Egyptian lion-headed goddess Sekhmet, whose very name comes from the root “skhm” meaning power, reminiscent of the Sanskrit word shakti. #Sekhmet represented the fiery energy of the sun, the energy of her father, the creator god Ra."
On this day, 7 years ago, at #ChammaLing in #Crestone Colorado with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche we did a native Tibetan Bon “Sang”’ Offering of cleansing juniper smoke, tsampa barley flour and liquor- an ancient ritual to clear obstacles and rain down ancestral blessings. We spent the afternoon meditating outdoors, looking at the vast clear cooling sky and sunrays, warmth, friends, the stillness of living fall and a heart that slowly heals and opens.
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