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Green Tara is a beloved meditation deity in the pantheon of Tibetan Buddhism. She symbolizes the compassion and action of all the Buddhas, and is able to swiftly liberate us from fears. She is usually depicted in traditional art with her right leg bent, ready to jump up to help all sentient beings. She has a loving expression on her face as she is regarded as the mother of all the Buddhas.

Tara means ‘Star’ in Sanskrit. Her Tibetan name, Drolma, means “rescuer”. She is able to guide or rescue beings from the eight outer fears – the fears of lions, elephants, fire, snakes, thieves, water, bondage, and evil spirits, and from the eight inner fears – the fears of pride, ignorance, anger, jealousy, wrong views, attachment, miserliness, and deluded doubts.

Chöje Akong Rinpoche, the founder of Tara Rokpa centre, requested that Green Tara Prayers be done at TRC daily. With that in mind, we will be dedicating this weekend to the study, reflection, and practice of Green Tara.

We will also commemorate the life of  Chöje Akong Tulku Rinpoche on the anniversary of his passing.

This weekend is aimed at all practitioners wanting to deepen their understanding of Green Tara deity meditation and do the practice, as well as those people wanting to spend time reflecting about Akong Rinpoche.

The prayers will be led by senior practitioners.

Costs:

The costs are to cover only accommodation and meals from Friday supper to lunch on Sunday. This cost excludes staff tips. Please do not let a lack of finances prevent you from attending – contact us for a work exchange.

 Camping (own tent)  R800
 Dormitory  R1000
 Twin/double room with shared bathroom (per  person):  R1200
 Twin/double room with en suite bathroom (per   person):  R1500
 Single room with shared bathroom (only 3  available):  R1700
 Single use of ensuite room (if space available):  R1900

To book, click here.

A 50% deposit will secure your place.