End of the Year Mamo Chants

February 16th—February 24th

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    Room: Main Shrine Room

    This year, February 16-25 is the time for our end-of-year practices. In Shambhala, this is the time of the year when we focus on protector practice and, in particular, on the Pacifying the Turmoil of the Mamos liturgy. Protector practice at the end of the year is a way to gather  and direct our energy toward overcoming obstacles as we conclude one year and move into the next. By concluding one year well, we support a good start for the next year.  It is said that this is a great time to tie up loose ends, pay off debts, and generally simplify your life in preparation for the transition into the next lunar year.

    **Special evening talk to kick off the season Feb. 13th 6:30pm**

    End-of-Year Practices and Starting the New Year
    A talk by Walker Blaine
    Monday, February 13th
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    each session will begin with a short talk

    16th: The Mamo Chant with Walker Blaine

    17th: Vetali & Vajrasadhu with Jeff Scott

    18th: Overcoming Obstacles with Acharya Eve Rosenthal

    20th: Magyal Pomra & Gesar with Jeff Scott

    22nd: Protectors of the Three Courts with Walker Blaine

    23rd: Discipline in Dangerous Times with Jeff Scott

    24th: A Culture of Celebration with Jeff Scott

     

    The mamo chants are not open to the public on the following days:

    Feb. 19 -- chants will happen in the context of Vajrakilaya Feast

    Feb. 21 -- Vajrayogini Feast

    Feb. 25 -- Kurukulla Feast