Spiritual Services
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The Bön tradition holds a rich history of tantra, shamanism and meditation; deep healing and transformation can be evoked through spiritual ceremony, prayer and meditation. Hundreds of ancient rituals exist for addressing problems in daily life, including peaceful and wrathful methods to create greater harmony and peace in all environments. Many of these rituals continue to be of great benefit. When we live in balance with the elements, with the earth and spirits, and hold a deep reverence and oneness with nature, harmony and abundance are more likely to abide. 

For more information, visit description of Bon Tradition.

 

A knowledgeable teacher can guide and assist one's progress.

These services can be conducted in person in the San Francisco Bay area or remotely.

 

GESHE NAMGYAL is available for private sessions including:

 

CEREMONY AND PRAYERS FOR THE LIVING 
Geshe Namgyal performs offering and purification mantra and rituals for balancing and healing for the individual in times of distress or illness.  

* Suggested offering - $50 per session.

HOUSE & BUSINESS BLESSINGS
Geshe Namgyal performs prayer ceremonies and offerings to clear negativity and to bring blessings to a new home or business. 

* Suggested offering - $200 for a 1.5 hour session.

GUIDANCE THROUGH DYING & DEATH /PHOWA
Phowa is the practice of transference of consciousness when an individual approaches death or has passed. Geshe Namgyal offers a special prayer ceremony to help loved ones in transition. 

* Suggested offering - $150 for a 1hour session


SPIRITUAL CONSULTATION
The teacher-student relationship represents reliance on the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha for guidance on the path to enlightenment.  Relying on guidance from the teachings and support from the teacher can help to empower your meditation and spiritual practices. 

* Suggested offering - $50   1/2 hour session

 

 

For more information or to request a service, CONTACT: kunsanggarcenter@gmail.com

 

* Offering or Dana: It is appropriate to make an offering to the teacher based on what you can manage. These suggested offerings are intended to give guidance.

Dana plays a crucial role in the spiritual life of a Dharma practitioner. Giving is the first of the ten paramitas, or qualities of character, to be perfected. The act of giving opens up the heart, diminishes for a moment one’s self-absorption, and places value on the well-being of others and is a sincere form of practice.