Tenzin Lama Sherpa Shares Buddhist Teachings
Aug 28, 2014 11:54AM
Offering an opportunity to experience the teachings, healings and philosophy of a great master, Tenzin Lama Sherpa, a Tibetan Buddhist monk who has devoted most of his life to the study and teachings of healing, will appear in Austin, from 7 to 9 p.m., September 30, at the Unity Church of the Hills. His lecture, which is dedicated to the human potential and evolution of the mind, will offer practical tools to tap into our innermost precious potential.
Born in Katmandu, Tenzin studied Buddhist meditation and philosophy from the time he was a young child. At age 13, he moved to a monastery in the south of India to pursue his calling to become a monk. Throughout his monastic life he has received endless philosophical teachings, transmissions and initiations from great and wise lamas, among them Tenzin’s master, Lama Ngawang.
Although we may not be able to live a monastic life in our modern age, healing is possible. During his time in India, Tenzin fell into a deep sickness. He sought help from a Usui Reiki master who helped him elevate into the realm of health and healing in three days. Since then, Tenzin has been healing people all over the world. Just like many other teachers and healers, Tenzin knows that each human being has the potential to heal themselves.
Location: 9905 Anderson Mill Rd., Austin. To register, call 512-335-4449 or visit UnityHills.org. For more information, to submit a question for the question-and-answer session after the lecture or to arrange for a personal healing, email [email protected].