The Mystic Art Of Tibet

Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing
With the famed Multiphonic Singers of Drepung Loseling Monastery

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The Mystical Arts of Tibet tours features the famed multiphonic singers of Drepung Loseling Monastery and are endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama as a means of promoting world peace and healing through sacred performing art.  I was lucky enough to see their performance at Penn State Berks Campus last night. It was truly amazing.

Durdak Garcham:  Dance of the Skeleton Lords (See Video Here)
To remind the world of the ephemeral nature of all things, and of the liberating and balancing impact of an awareness of this reality, two monks appear as the forces of goodness manifest as Cemetery Lords. These are Dharmapala, or “Protectors of Truth,” with the message to point the mind toward authentic being.

Tak-tsey Tong-ya: Intense encounters of the Third Degree (See Video Here)
A demonstration of the tradition of Tibetan monastic inquiry. Two monks engage one another in a process leading to the deeper levels and implications of spiritual experience, thus enhancing the mind of enlightenment.

See Video 4 Here


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