Dur Ceremony, Ancient Ritual For Purification

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Dur Ceremony with Ngakpa Karma Lhundup Rinpoche.

Ngakpa Karma Lhundup Rinpoche is a ngakpa, a lay yogi practitioner, of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. His teachings are simple, direct, humorous and applicable to everyday life.

He specializes in the Dudjom Tersar, Northern Treasures (Changter) and the Dzogchen traditions of meditation, and performs various ancient Tibetan rituals, rites and ceremonies for living, dying and after death.

The Dur Ceremony lasts for two hours and is followed by a thirty minute fire puja. The Dur Ceremony is offered to pacify demonic influences and negative emotions generated by angry ghosts and demons, causing illness, obstacles and difficulties in people’s lives. Ritual mantras and mudras accompanied by outbursts of intense noise attract the demons so that they can be trapped and dispelled.

This is a very powerful ceremony for people who are still grieving after many years of unpleasant , painful experiences. You may bring names or pictures which will be offered to five mother dakinis during fire puja.

Please come prepared to arrive on time, and to be present for the whole ceremony. Suggested offering for this ceremony is $20 per person. You are welcome to offer more than $20.

For more information about Karma Rinpoche and this ceremony, visit karma’s website http://www.karmalhundup.org

and youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2lW8vLJaOU

For more information about Karma Rinpoche’s schedule of events in New Orleans, contact Tibetan House, http://www.tibetanhouse.com.
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By: Tibetan House

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