Practice with a Tibetan lama, rinpoche of 11 monasteries in India and Bhutan
Tara Practice with Karma Lhatrul Dorji Rinpoche
Yogi Karma Lhatrul Rinpoche is Tibetan Reincarnated Master (tulku). After recalling his past life at the age of 3, he was welcomed at the monastery in Assam by his Guru. Intense monastic studies, 9 years in a solitary meditation retreat in the mountains and 7 years of traveling in the modern world made him a highly relevant and effective teacher for people in the society, who are looking for awakening, liberation and freedom.

He calls himself a crazy yogi. And you will understand why, when you will meet him.

  • Now in his monastic community more than 300 nuns and monks who live in 11 monasteries in India.
  • Karma Rinpoche is a Dzogchen practitioner and a modern Tibetan yogi.
  • He very rarely gives his teachings. But he is the one who surely knows about practical spirituality in daily life.
  • Speaks six languages.
100% of donations will be send to Rinpoche's monasteries.
Green Tara. Initiation and practice.
Tara is all the actions of the Buddha in the female form to help all living beings successfully achieve both temporal and infinite happiness.

There are many internal obstacles to our mental, spiritual and psychic development, and these internal obstacles can create external circumstances in our lives.

Buddhists believe that in order to succeed in the practice of Dharma (the life path of merit accumulation, the universal law of being discovered by the Buddha), to actualise the path to Enlightenment, we need to rely on a special deity, the Buddha or, for example, the Tara.
Reduction of anxiety, elimination of fears with regular practice
Elimination of external obstacles and fulfillment of your wishes (good health, success in business or finding a job, having a baby, etc.)
Accumulation of merits
Emotions will become more balanced and moods will increasingly be bright, stable. No outbursts
Improvement in the quality of sleep. It will become deeper and calmer
The ability to forgive and let go of the past and accept life as it is in the here and now will emerge
The ability to find gratitude in the present moment
Getting closer to attaining enlightenment
October 5, 20.00, Tbilisi Yoga Loft
We are infinitely lucky that teacher Karma Rinpoche wished to go out into the world to impart spiritual knowledge and practices that will help people move to another, new level of consciousness.
The practice of Tara is suitable for all people who are open to new knowledge, teachings and skills.
Previous experience is not required.
October 5th, 20.00.

Location: Tbilisi Yoga Loft, Shalva Radiani 14.

Duration: approximately 2 hours.

The event will be held in English with Georgian translation.

All proceeds from this event will go to support Karma Rinpoche's Buddhist monasteries in India.

Please, register for the event, so we will be sure that there is a space for everyone.
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Before you will come to practice:
Make sure that you read all wats its written below very carefully.
For practice you will need to visualise Green Tara. So try to remember this image.

For practice, pleale, learn the mantra, which you will need to recite:
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha
ომ ტარე ტუტარე ტურე სოჰა

In short, om Tara Tuttare Ture Soha means "I prostrate to the Liberator, Mother of all the Victorious Ones."

The Tara mantra is om tare Tuttare Ture Soha. To explain the meaning of Tuttare Ture Soha: Tare means liberating from samsara.

Tare shows that Mother Tara liberates living beings from samsara, from true suffering, or problems. You can relate this to the particular suffering or human beings: birth, old age, sickness and death; meeting undesirable objects and experiencing aversion; not finding desirable objects or finding them but gaining no satisfaction… All these are the problems of true suffering. If you rely upon Tara by taking refuge in her and doing Tara practices-such as reciting of mantras or praises – with Tare, Tara liberates you from all these true sufferings.

The second word, Tuttare, liberates you from the eight fears. There are eight fears related to external dangers from fire, water, air, earth and also from such things as thievesa and dangerous animals. However, the main dangers come from ignorance, attachment, anger, pride, jealousy, miserliness, doubt and wrong views. These eight disturbing thoughts that you have in your mind are the main dangers…. This second word,Tuttare, which liberates you from the eight fears, frees you from the true cause of suffering: karma and the all-arising disturbing thoughts.

The third word Ture, liberates you from disease. Now, of the Four Noble Truths, Ture shows the cessation of suffering, which is the ultimate Dharma. In terms of liberating from disease, the actual disease we have is ignorance not knowing the absolute nature of the I, and all the disturbing thoughts that arise from this ignorance… By liberating us from disease, Ture actually liberates us from the true cause, disturbing thoughts, and also the true sufferings.

The rough meaning for these three words Tare Tuttare Ture is: "To you, embodiment of all the Buddhas' actions, I prostrate always – whether I am in happy or unhappy circumstances – with my body, speech and mind."

The final word Soha means establishing the root of the path within your heart. In other words, by taking refuge in Tara and doing Tara practice, you receive the blessings of Tara in your own heart. The gives you space to establish the root of the path, signified by Tare Tuttare Ture, in your heart. By establishing the path of the three capable beings within your heart, you purify all impurities of your body, speech and mind, and achieve Tara's pure vajra holy body, holy speech and holy mind, which are signified by om. Your body, speech and mind are transformed into Tara's holy body, holy speech and holy mind. This is the rough meaning of om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha.
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