In times of trauma, accidents, abuse, great stress or significant personal loss, one can lose part of your soul. Tibetan Soul Retrieval is a method for calling back and restoring that life force.
Geshe Dangsong Namgyal & Geshe Yungdrung Kalzang
September 23-25, 2022
ONLINE & IN PERSON | English WITH Spanish translation
Recordings available for 2 weeks.
The ancient Tibetan Bön religion has many healing rituals. Among them is the ritual known as Lalu, Soul Retrieval & Long-Life Ceremony. It is performed for those whose life force has been diminished or damaged. In order to have a healthy life, inner life force, soul or La, must be strong. Just as we catch all kind of diseases when our immunity is weak, we become vulnerable when our La is diminished.
When problems are caused by external negative forces, this ceremony is performed. It reinforces the power of the five elements which are the foundation of our spirit or life force. Soul Retrieval returns to us qualities and elements that have been separated from us. Through the use of prayer and ritual offerings, the external forces stop their harmful action.
Geshe Dangsong Namgyal is a Tibetan Rimé teacher. After 25 years of study in monasteries in Tibet, India and Nepal, he attained his Geshe degree. He has presented at numerous conferences and seminars around the world. He most recent books are Pure Dzogchen and Holy Women of Great Perfection.
Geshe Yungdrung Kalzang studied monastic courses at Pula Monastery, then Menri Monastery, particularly focusing on Sutra, Tantra and Dzogchen in the Yungdrung Bon tradition, receiving his Geshe (Ph.D.) degree in 2018. A prolific writer, Geshe has published many research articles and participated in numerous conferences.
Friday, Sept 23, 2022; 6-8 pm pacific
Saturday, Sept 24; 9 am-5 pm pacific
Sunday, Sept 25; 9 am-4 pm pacific
Pre-registration by Sept. 20th: $120
At the door: $150
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