Dalai Lama

July 5, 2011 by staff 

Dalai LamaDalai Lama, Tibet’s spiritual leader, His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama will begin a tour of the thirteenth day of the United States of America tomorrow, which coincides with his 76th birthday.
From Washington, His Holiness will remain in the capital for ten days, making public speeches about the ‘Kalachakra’, which is a system of Buddhist philosophy that takes time. Will be conducted the ritual of the monks of Namgyal Monastery and senior Buddhist lamas. The ritual embodying the place. Also include a traditional Tibetan sand mandala, and prayers of Tibetan Buddhism.

Kalachakra himself will be in support of world peace, and will last ten days.

From July the ninth, the teaching of 11, it will be the Dalai Lama in ’37 Thoikme Gyalsey Sangpo practices of a Bodhisattva “(laklen sodunma) and Kamalashila of ‘middle States of Meditation” (gomrim Barpa), which is in Washington. In July, the ninth also see a significant public education on world peace.

On 12 July, the monks of Namgyal Monastery will hold the ‘Dance of the Kalachakra ritual’. The Dalai Lama will confer the Kalachakra initiation the next day-to-day 15.
“Tsewang” in Tibetan Buddhism that means “long-term empowerment” will be held on July 16, as well as prayers for the long life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

His Holiness then is due to visit Chicago in July 17 to discuss “Bridging the gap Faith,” University of Illinois.

On July 18, to see His Holiness participate in a conversation with religious leaders on “Building Bridges” in the morning in the Harris Theater for Music and Dance.

Perhaps the most anticipated event is the birthday of the public, which will include the participation of clients, Arun Gandhi, grandson of the Mahatma, and Martin Luther King III, son of the late political activist.
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