Primordial and Powerful: The Luminous Symbolism of Rigden and the Liberation of Yeshe Tsogyal

with Cynthia Moku & Acharya Holly Gayley

November 3rd (2018)

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  • $35 Full Price
  • $50 Sponsor
  • $25 BSC Member
Room: Main Shrine Room

Learn about the symbolism of the Primordial Rigden in the morning with Cynthia Moku, the artist who created the painting on the Shambhala Center shrine. 

In the afternoon Acharya Holly Gayley will lead an exploration into the life and liberation of Yeshe Tsogyal and we will look at her iconography in a new thangka by Cynthia Moku, which will be unveiled at the event.

The day will include meditation, movement, and a closing group brush stroke offering.

Please join us in learning about the primordial nature and feminine energy as expressed through the sacred art of thangka painting. ALL ARE WELCOME!

You are welcome to join us for part of the day: the morning and afternoon sessions are $20 each.