Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
4 pm to 5:30 pm
Lama Rangbar Nyima Ozer
Dharma Talk: Arts as Compassionate Method
This Dharma Talk is intended to introduce Lama Rangbar, Bodhivastu, and the Great Mandala Stupa for World Peace Project. Lama Rangbar will focus on the arts in the Vajrayana System of Buddhism, particularly what is known as liberation upon sight -“building enlightenment by construction paydayloansonlinecaus.com of stupas and mandalas, and communication of the enlightened non-dual continuum”.
In honor of the Lingdro Dance Troupe performance in observation of Losar, Lama Rangbar will also introduce the context of the revealed treasures of Mipham Rinpoche and the Ati Yoga dances of Gesar of Ling, the history and meaning of the Dances, and the New York Ling Dro Dance troupe. This portion of his talk will offer a deeper appreciation of the dances, their history, context and meaning, and so is recommended for those attending the Ling Dro Dance performance.
Lama Rangbar is a Buddhist practitioner http://onlinepaydayloansusca.com/apply.html of the ancient school of Tibetan Buddhism over the past 30 years. He lived for 20 years in Nepal, studying and practicing several forms of Buddhist meditation, as well as payday loans las vegas traveling and teaching internationally. He is well known for his fresh approach payday advance and his style of communicating the ancient wisdom of his authentic lineage that makes it accessible for all.