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Sun, Jul 24


Staten Island

A Meditation Event: Tibetan Method of Purifying Negative Energies

Instruction in Tibetan mediation practices which boost the immune system and stimulate healing.

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A Meditation Event:  Tibetan Method of Purifying Negative Energies
A Meditation Event:  Tibetan Method of Purifying Negative Energies

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Jul 24, 2022, 11:00 AM

Staten Island, 338 Lighthouse Ave, Staten Island, NY 10306, USA

About the event

A Meditation Event:

Tibetan Meditation Practices: A Focus on the Immune System to Stimulate Healing.

Sunday, July 24th at 11:00 AM at The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art

Dr Chok Tenzin Monlam will lead the meditation session.  The program will include meditation practices such as The Nine-Round of Breathing for Purification.

This particular meditation practice purifies stale energy in the body while cleaning all three channels.  The three channels (central, left and right) ultimately connect the vital "life force" (English) with every cell in the body. (Prana in Sanskrit).

The Nine-Rounds Purification helps energy flow through the body while reducing negative emotions; the goal is to calm the mind while boosting the immune system.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has commented that The Nine-Round Breathing Purification acts as a tranquilizer for the mind.

There is no admission charge for this event.  But please RSVP on the JMMTA website:

Dr Chok is an accomplished teacher who has dedicated his career to the continuance of the Tibetan language in modern society.

Ordained by HH the Dalai Lama, he practiced as a Tibetan monk for ten years before adapting the life of a practicing academic, teacher and healer.  Dr Chok was the Head of Research and Translation Department at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives in Dharamshala, India for thirteen years.  Now he teaches a wide range of modalities, from Tibetan language classes to Tibetan meditation, yoga and Buddhist philosophy.

Working with Dr Chok offers a meditation student the unique opportunity to integrate rare yogic practices with Buddhist philosophy which is presented in a manner which seamlessly blends eastern thought within a western perspective.

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