Tibetan Center 2019 Film Series Presents:
“The Shepherdess Of The Glaciers”
By Stanzin Dorjai & Christiane Mordelet
On Saturday January 26th 7:00pm
Production Company: Les Films de la Découverte
A film about a young woman shepherdess alone in the glaciers or Northern Ladakh, as her life is documented for four seasons by her brother & Director, Stanzin Dorjai.
At over 16,000 feet in the far northern mountains of Ladakh, Tsering, one of the last shepherdesses, gazes her flock or 300 sheep and pashmina goats. In the dry and desolate landscape they are under the continuous threat of wolves and snow leopards…
Winner of the Grand Prize at the
2016 Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival
France 2016 74 minutes
Healing Sound Journey
With Paul Campbell
Relax while listening to gentle overtones of Healing Sound emanating from hand selected Gongs,
RavVast drum, Singing bowls, Tuning Forks, Chimes and more.
Transform any concepts of limitation into opportunity and free yourself from your tethers to mental
chatter to receive “Aha!” moments of inspiration.
Rejuvenate your body, mind, emotions and spirit through your introduction to BrainWave Entrainment
Healing Sound Journey begins by energizing your Personal Intention for the session, then energetically
aligning with the Field of Infinite Possibility.
What to bring: Your yoga mat, blanket and any props you need for total comfort like pillow, bandana or
eye pad with strap. Or comfortably sit in provided chairs.
The Tibetan Center Saturday February 2nd 4:30-6:00 pm
We suggest you arrive before 4:15 to choose your space and settle in.
875 Route 28, Kingston NY RSVP $20.00 At Door $25.00
RSVP 518.734.3334 firstname.lastname@example.org
Book by Phakyab Rinpoche
Saved My Life
A Loving, Charismatic, and Caring Tibetan Master
with Great Life Experience
of the Healing Power of the Mind
by Phakyab Rinpoche with Sofia Stril-Rever
Phakyab Rinpoche’s autobiographical book, Meditation Saved My Life (New World Library, 2014, 258 pp.) has received rave reviews from discerning readers and from participants in his recent workshop at the Tibetan Center,
“A beautifully written, heart-gripping, and inspiring narrative of the courageous struggle of a wise and compassionate Tibetan Lama.” —Robert Thurman, Jey Tsong Khapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University
“Our deepest aspirations and unimaginable possibilities are illuminated by the radiance of this precious jewel.” —Krishna Das, kirtan wallah and devotee of Neem Karoli Baba
“An inspiring account that is hard to put down. Phakyab Rinpoche is a genuine healer.” —John Whitney Pettit, author of Mipham’s Beacon of Certainty
New paintings from western artists, and singing bowls from Nepal!
The Tibetan Center is dedicated to raising awareness about Tibetan culture and the current plight of the Tibetan people.
Our work started more than 13 years ago as a small charity supporting Tibetans in Tibet and in exile. The Tibetan Center is a continuation and expansion of that work, and a place to come and experience the beauty and genius of the Tibetan people.
The Tibetan Center fund raises for charitable projects such as sponsorship of individuals and grass roots organizations working to provide humanitarian aid. Center events include Tibetan Buddhism teachings, film screenings, and music and dance performances. In February 2013, the center sponsored a panel discussion at Bard College on The Future of Tibet (view at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXVIXiCFMHs).
The Tibetan Center is a project of Tibetan Charities, Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public charity.
875 Route 28, Kingston NY 12401
Phone: 845-383-1774, Fax: 845-339-0000
New Hours: Open 7 Days: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm