Prayer for Peace Concert, Tenzin Choegyal and Kopan Nuns

Date:Sat Jan 5, 2019
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $25;20 at door from 6pm (cash only) or BOOK ONLINE.
Venue: Wauchope Arts Hall, Oxley Lane (opp Bain Park)
Duration:approx 2.5hrs (incl interval)
Support Act:
Catering bring a veg plate for an optional shared meal from 6pm
wine/beer (no BYO), coffee/tea/cake/choc tops available for sale.
Tenzin Choegyal is well-known for his musical performances and collaborations, many of which draw attention to Tibetan culture and the lives of Tibetans living in exile. For Tenzin, Woodford Folk Festival has become a pilgrimage into the world of sounds and friendships. This year he has organised a visit from three Tibetan Nuns of Kopan Khachoe Ghakyil Ling Nunnery in Nepal. Tenzin and the Kopan nuns will also visit and perform a Prayer for Peace concert at the Wauchope Arts Hall on Saturday January 5, followed by a meditation at Port Yoga Kopan nuns living in exile rarely participate in tours this far from home, so the opportunity to learn some of the traditional Tibetan music, chanting, and guided meditation is unique.

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Prayer for Peace meditation

Date:Sunday January 6, 2019
Time: 9.30am
Tickets: $15 adults : $10 concession/students
Venue: Port Yoga, 172 Pacific Dr, Port Macquarie 2444
Duration:approx 1-1.5 hrs
Support Act: -
Catering n/a
The Prayer for Peace meditation will share some of the most distinctive aspects of traditional Tibetan chanting and Chod practice, which is distinctive to the female practitioners.
This is a unique opportunity to experience the gift of traditional Tibet music and culture, while at the same time providing valuable humanitarian assistance.
The Kopan nuns will share words of wisdom through beautiful mantras and Chod chants and invoke inner peace through meditation.
The Khachoe Ghakyil Ling Nunnery in Nepal continues to preserve Tibetan Buddhist culture in exile, since most Tibetan nunneries were destroyed during the cultural revolution, keeping ancient traditions alive.

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