Wednesday Night Practice

Meditation, Movement, Breathing and Sacred Sound Practices
Every Wednesday, unless otherwise noted

Time: 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm

Our Wednesday sessions consist of the following set of practices:
• The Nine Breathings of Purification
• Tsa Lung (Tibetan Yoga)
• The 5 Warrior Syllables
• Silent Meditation
• Recitation of Mantras (optional)
• Recitation of the Precious Garland Bardo Prayer (optional)
• The Invocation of Yeshe Walmo
• Dedication of Merit

These sessions are open to the public.
Please contact us at info@ligminchatexas.org for details.
Donations are welcome!

An Introduction to the practices of Bön Buddhism, an Ancient Wisdom Tradition from Tibet

The Bön teachings are believed to be thousands of years old. This wisdom tradition originated in a kingdom called Zhang Zhung which existed in western and north-western Tibet.  Led by Sangha member and a graduate of the Three Doors Program – a two and 1/2 year program of study, Leslie Abuso guides attendees and provides instruction to the practices being offered.

Donations are welcome!

Sherab Chamma Practice

In many cultures the primordial female energy is seen as the origin of existence and the source of wisdom, love, and compassion. The ancient Bön Buddhist tradition offers many methods for retrieving and connecting with this divine feminine energy, supporting the practitioner to abide in innate wisdom with the love and compassion that radiate from that wisdom. The teachings of Sherab Chamma (Mother of Wisdom and Love) comprise one of the most important tantric cycles of Bön.Sherab Chama

In this practice, participants will learn a beautiful and simple meditation practice composed by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche through which to connect with the sacred feminine in her peaceful form. Within the support of the group, we create an environment to promote profound healing of our physical, energetic/emotional, and spiritual dimensions. With visualization, the sound of mantra, and deep contemplation, we make a personal connection to the universal mother, Sherab Chamma, and are guided through this connection to our innate wisdom and the love and compassion that naturally radiate from that wisdom.

Chamma meditation practice is held the second Monday of every month at 7:00 and is led by Sangha member, Jackie Cole. 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.

Please contact Jackie Cole for details – jackie.cole001@comcast.net

Red Garuda Practice

Red Garuda is a powerful healing practice useful in gaining confidence, strength and for healing others as well as oneself. The Red Garuda is more often associated with taming the negative energies associated with unusual diseases.

Red Garuda meditation practice is held the third Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. and is led by Sangha member, Jackie Cole. The practice is open to anyone who has had instruction in Red Garuda, If interested in instruction please contact our Resident Lama, Geshe Denma Gyaltsen.

There is no fee but donations to the Ligmincha Texas Center are greatly appreciated.

Please contact Jackie Cole for details – jackie.cole001@comcast.net