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333 Tibetan Healing Bowls,Essential Oil & Raw Chocolate Experience, Sound Healing, Unity of Dallas (TX)

333 Tibetan Healing Bowls,Essential Oil & Raw Chocolate Experience, Sound Healing, Unity of Dallas (TX)
Event on 2017-11-11 18:30:00
333 Tibetan Healing Bowl Galactivation Experience including the ROSE Frequency We will have 333 Tibetan Bowls from the Gilung & Sindupalachoka Villages in Nepal. We are supporting these villages in recovering and rebuilding their homes after last year's earthquake. Be a part of this truly unique experience, using these hand crafted sound tools that will wash over your being and expand your consciousness. In addition to including our high-frequency, rose essential oil and 6 other oils, and 7 chakra chocolates, Dr. DREAM and his Band of Angels will have a selection of 33 Tibetan Bowls (Master Healer grade) at this event. There will be bowls available for sale also. Galactivation?: The Universal LOVE Galactivation is a multi-sensory journey utilizing energetic modalities to create a tangible spiritual experience. The energy provides you with an opportunity to align your energy to source, promoting healing, self-empowerment and authenticity. The Flow?: Dr. DREAM guides you through visualization and storytelling into a deep meditative state. The Band of Angels joins Dr. DREAM in facilitating this amazing experience. Dr. DREAM: Dr. DREAM has been gathering groups together for the purpose of raising frequencies and expanding consciousness for many years. In January of 2010, Dr. Dream officially began the Tour of LOVE. Since that time, there have been more than 500 Galactivation Experiences, in over 170 cities around the world! As one testimonial shares: "Dr. DREAM is an Angel in human form working for our Creator to bring more Love, Light & Healing to people ….as I have been there, experienced it, and am forever grateful for a God-send…" What is a Galactivation?: "Galactivation, for us, is the use of energetic frequencies, encompassing a powerful array of tools and modalities, with the expressed Intention of facilitating, for the participant, a deeper connection to Source and a more expanded awareness of the True nature of our shared reality, all leading to a more expansive experience of Universal LOVE." The modalities that are included in this experience are: the ROSE Frequency 111 Master Healer grade, Tibetan Bowls Raw Chakra Chocolates Sound healing Citrine Generator Crystal Essential Oils donation in advance at the door 

at Unity Church of Dallas
6525 Forest Lane
Dallas, United States

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Tibetan Festival Guide

Tibetan Festival Guide

This is the greatest religious festival in Tibet. Originated from Tsongkpa in 1409, the founder of the Gelukpa sect. Monks from the Three Great Monastery of Tibet assemble in Jokhang for prayer to Shakyamuni’s image as if it were the living Buddha.

1. Butter Lamp Festival

The Butter Lamp Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the first month every year by the Tibetan in Qinghai and Gansu provinces and it will be held on December, 19th 2011. It ‘s the last day of the Great Prayer Festival. To honor the victory of Sakyamuni in a debate against Heretics,people assemble at the Barkhor Street in Lhasa, worshiping the Buddha in the daytime and by nightfall. People usually light thousands of lamps filled with butter in an intriguing assortment of designs including immortals, animals, flying birds, beasts, and flowers.. The whole festive will last all night. People sing and dance in great joy throughout the night.

2. Exorcism Festival

On the seventh of the second month, those who dress up like ghosts will be driven to the other side of the Darxia River, and can’t return within seven days.

3. Buddha Exposing Festival

On the eighth of the second month, the Monasteries will conduct scripture chanting, show the giant Buddha and all kinds of treasures.

4. Congjue

During later February, another dharma ceremony comes off, which is named “Congjue” in Tibetan. The activities are similar to those of the Large Dharma Transmission Ceremony. The only difference is that “Congjue” ceremony is smaller than the other. Therefore, it is referred as the Small Dharma Transmission Ceremony.

5.Saga Dawa Festival

Held by the Dragon King Pond, it was celebrated on the 15th of the fourth month for the Lord Buddha Sakyamuni’s birth, enlightenment, death and Songtsan Gambo’s wedding with Princess Wencheng sent by Tang Dynasty (618-907). The people including monks and laymen, men and women in Lhapulun don’t eat or drink or speak for a day and two nights, it is called”Niannai”festival.

6. The Honkor Festival

It is an occasion that Tibetans celebrate their harvest. “On” indicates “field” in Tibetan, “Kor” with the meaning of “twining round”, and “Onkor” means “twining round the highland barley”. The festival is popular in the rural areas of Shannan?Lhasa?Shigatse.In general, Onkor is celebrated at the end of the seventh month on lunar calendar just before peasants begin to reap their crops. It is said that the Onkor Festival has enjoyed a history of more than1500 years, and first became popular in the valley area of the middle and lower reaches of Yalu Tsangpo River. In order to ensure the plenteous harvest, the Tibet King sbu-de-gung-rgyal asked the hierarch of Bon religion for guidance.

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Kevin Eubanks plays guitar – opening the Jay Leno Show, Double Dorje (Vajra – Diamond Thunderbolt Sceptre) over Band, Tibetan Buddhist themed sets, Double Dorjes on TV, US Channel NBC, First broadcast Sept 16, 2009;Tibetan Buddhism in American culture

A few nice broadcast images I found:

Kevin Eubanks plays guitar – opening the Jay Leno Show, Double Dorje (Vajra – Diamond Thunderbolt Sceptre) over Band, Tibetan Buddhist themed sets, Double Dorjes on TV, US Channel NBC, First broadcast Sept 16, 2009;Tibetan Buddhism in American culture
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U2 at Broadcasting House
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View over London from BBC Broadcasting House
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Tibetan trumpet – Production

Tibetan trumpet a so called DungChen gets handicrafted. Patan – Kathmandu valley
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Tibetan Singing Bowl & Streaming Water Fall

Tibetan Singing Bowl & Streaming Water Fall

Price: $ 0.99

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