Mamo Chants

January 28th—February 2nd

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  • $5.00 Suggested Contribution

The upcoming celebration of Shambhala Day marks the end of one year’s cycle and the beginning of a new one. We are encouraged to practice as much as possible in the period (the Dön season) just before Shambhala Day. In particular, we are encouraged to recite the Mamo chants together in order to purify the karmic causes of personal, social, and environmental chaos that accumulates at year’s end. The Mamo chant is an elaborate protector practice by which we tune into our inherent openness, awareness and basic goodness, keep our conduct straightforward and kind, pay proper attention to the details of our lives, and reconnect with sacred outlook.

The practice is about an hour in length and is open to the public.