The Five Warrior Syllables (Tibetan Sound Healing)
The sacred sounds of the Five Warrior Syllables are a part of the Bön healing tradition and have been handed down from master to student for generations. In recent years, these ancient practices have been brought to life in the west through the tireless teaching and writing of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, author of Tibetan Sound Healing. The Five Warrior Syllables Practice engages the power of sound and silence to help heal physical illness, clear psychological and energetic disturbances, and support the spiritual practitioner to abide with clear and open awareness.
In our Sunday practice session, led by Leslie Abuso, we will spend time with all five syllables. There will be instruction, practice and time for questions and discussion. The practice is open to all levels of practitioner. There is no fee but donations to the Ligmincha Texas Center are greatly appreciated.
“The practice of the Five Warrior Syllables is a skillful means that can support us to release our negative and limiting behavioral patterns of body, speech and mind.” (from “Tibetan Sound Healing” Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche.)
There is no need to register but it is helpful if you RSVP to Leslie at 713-444-3457.
There is a bookstore onsite and this book is available for purchase.