Prayers for Peace and Prosperity

October 31, 2008 at 2:52 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Sunday, November 16 , 2008 at 2 pm
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art

Jambhala

Jambhala


Tibetan chants offered by Khenpo Choejor In conjunction with Shower of Jewels show from the Rubin Museum

Tibetan Lama Khenpo Choejor shall lead a special service to ask for universal peace, as well as to offer prayers for families who face hardship including healing our lives of economic problems.

Oglethorpe Museum curator Lloyd Nick has generously opened his doors for this special service which includes an entire room of thangkas, some 500 years old, that evoke the Wealth Deities and Protectors.

All of these thangkas have been blessed by many generations before us, and they still hold the vibrations of the many prayers from those that have come before us.

Khenpo Choejor, resident teacher at Dorje Ling Center in Atlanta, is known and loved for his kindness, gentleness and wisdom.

In Tibetan tradition, an offering is given not only to thank the Lama, but also to earn merit and success in one’s prayers. All of the offerings will go to Khenpo Choejor as well as to Lama Tukpo, who is supporting his nun-sister in Tibet who requires spinal surgery.

Please join us in this rare sacred environment that unites the vibrations of sacred chants with the unique powerful presence of the thangkas.

As we depend on word of mouth for advertisement, please invite all your friends. Everyone is welcome.

For directions
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art
(404) 364-8555

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