Singing Bowls Pure Harmonics
Tibetan singing bowls are a vibrating bell with a rich, deep tone, traditionally used as a meditation tool by casting a subtle ethereal sound.
|Sat, Dec 28||8:30AM||Folklorica|
What space does the land we feel connected to hold in our spiritual practice, and how does that change when we are removed from it and can’t return? Tenzin Choegyal and The Monks of Tibet discuss.
|Sat, Dec 28||5:40PM||Talking Circle|
Prayers for World Peace
Ritual prayers and the ceremonial turning of the prayer wheel are directed toward enhancing world peace through good intent as well as the power and influence of the monks deep harmonic chant and other Tibetan spiritual practices.
|Sun, Dec 29||5:30PM||Hilltop|
Tibet: Yoga and Sound
The yoga experience is enhanced by the meditative sounds of the Tibetan flute and singing bowls.
|Mon, Dec 30||8:00AM||Folklorica|
Songs of Himalayan Nomads
Born into the nomad tradition, Tenzin has the extraordinary vocal ability to sing across valleys. His songs reflect Tibet’s deep blue skies, love of nature and vast landscapes where yaks, horses and herders roamed.
|Tue, Dec 31||9:00AM||Folklorica|
ABC RN Wisdom Talks: Home is Where The Heart Sings
Tenzin was exiled from his homeland, Tibet. He connects to the wisdoms and traditions of his homeland through song. Fiona is a Scottish tradition bearer of Scots songs and ballads now continuing her passion in a new home – Australia.
|Tue, Dec 31||11:00AM||Folklorica|
Prajnaparamita Heart Sutra
|Tue, Dec 31||6:30PM||Folklorica Outdoor Stage|
Hilltop Sunrise Ceremony
Experience the first sunrise of 2020 at the spectacular Hilltop venue, accompanied by chanting from the Monks of Tibet, along with Tenzin Choegyal and guest musicians. This is the 20th anniversary of this ceremony.
|Wed, Jan 01||4:15AM||Hilltop|
Mandala Dissolution Ceremony
The sand mandala is complete and now represents in miniature, the cosmos – metaphysically and symbolically. It is ready to be dismantled and dispersed, in this, a ritual demonstration of impermanence.
|Wed, Jan 01||5:00PM||Folklorica|