If you are feeling unwell and not getting any better with prescription drugs and other cares. Or, you don't have an answer as to what is going on with you. This event may be helpful to you.
Changbu Gyatsa – the 100 handprint Torma healing practice is a short practice of Chod from Machig Labdron tradition of Tibet. This practice is usually done for people who are suffering from illness of body or mind. In Tibet and Himalayan region, Chod practitioners are invited to the home of the sick individual. The person lies down in the sleeping position while Chod is performed. In the practice, ransom Tormas are offered to the Mandala of Troma and the spirits in the form of blissful nectar, flowers, foods and other materials.
This practice helps in repaying our karmic debts, removes obstacles and balances the disturbed energy of body and spirit.
This ritual has been done for centuries and is still very effective traditional method of healing in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and India.
If someone cannot attend in person, one can bring their pictures and mentally offer this practice to heal them.
Please join us for an healing event at the Gyuto Foundation. This can be especially helpful for acute and chronic health conditions. This is a poweful and transformative practice. All are welcome.