Online Course in Sherap Chamma, Mother of Wisdom and Love, Begins January 6

Sherap Chamma fullLigmincha Learning will offer a new online course introducing the practices of Sherap Chamma, the Mother of Wisdom and Love, from January 6–February 3, 2017. Marcy Vaughn, a senior student of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, will lead the course

In many cultures the primordial female energy is seen as the origin of existence and the source of all positive qualities. Sherap Chamma, Mother of Wisdom and Love, is the source of wisdom, and her medicine is love and compassion. The teachings of Sherap Chamma comprise one of the most important tantric cycles of the ancient Tibetan Bön Buddhist tradition.

In this online course, participants will learn a beautiful and simple meditation practice enabling each to connect directly with the diving feminine energy. Within the support of the group, we create an environment to promote profound healing of physical, energetic, emotional and spiritual dimensions of life. With visualization, the sound of mantra and deep contemplation, the practice of Sherap Chamma guides each person to connect deeply with his or her innate wisdom and with the love and compassion that naturally radiate from that wisdom.

People who are experienced in meditation, as well as those who are beginning, are warmly welcomed.

Marcy VaughnMarcy Vaughn has been a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism for more than 40 years and is a senior student of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. Marcy was in the first graduating class of the master’s program in contemplative psychotherapy at Naropa University. She is currently a therapist in private practice in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Marcy works in close collaboration with Rinpoche, leads meditation retreats throughout the world, and has edited several of Rinpoche’s books as well as many transcripts and other materials. She co-designed the curriculum and is a U.S. teacher for The 3 Doors Academy, a two-and-one-half-year experientially-based teaching and meditation training program.

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