A Meditation on the Five Organs as the Five Buddha Families
Healing Activities of Yuthok
Sunday, January 14, 2024. 12-2pm pacific
In person & Online
Guided meditation and visualization to clear away illnesses caused by subtle imbalances and blockages and to restore health and vitality.
This unique method of spiritual healing from the Yuthok Nyingthig tradition was revealed by the great 12th-century physician and meditation teacher from Tibet, the adept Yuthok Yönten Gönpo.
This meditation will focus on the five organs: liver, heart, lungs, stomach and kidneys as the doorway to revealing the ultimate nature of the five Buddhas families. We will explore the five organs as the basis for balancing the three constitutions, healing illnesses and emotional distress as well as herbs, minerals, and animal products that bring restorative qualities to each of one.
Traditionally these are instructions shared with those who completed the preliminary practices and outer Guru Yoga in this lineage. It is presented here as an introduction to the system as an auspicious interdependence.
In-person at the Wisdom Center or via Zoom
$40; $20 low income.
You will receive an immediate confirmation and follow up email
with zoom link and additional instruction.
Drubpon Pema Rigdzin Drubpon Pema Rigdzin has trained in Tibetan Buddhism for thirty years and completed extensive Vajrayana retreats under Lama Tharchin Rinpoche. Drubpon is a lead ritual chanter (umdze) at the Vajrayana Foundation, and teacher for Drub Nyiy Döjö Gatsal, the Three-Year Retreat Center. He is also a Chaplain with Stanford Health Care and the Hospice of Santa Cruz County, an acupuncturist with a BA in Physical Therapy and a keen researcher of ancestral forms of healing.