A Buddhist Sacred Art Workshop: Learn Tsa-Tsa Painting of White Tara
Tsa-tsas are an ancient form of devotional Buddhist art found in Tibet, Mongolia and the Himalayan region. Small clay or plaster sculptures of buddhas, bodhisattvas and other holy images are cast and painted to create positive karmic energy for individuals and the surroundings.
Join us for a peaceful day of tsa-tsa painting, sacred stories, mantras and meditation on White Tara, the beautiful female Buddha of health, healing and long-life.
Pre-registration is required by Nov 14th. Contact Babette Teich-Visco (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 315-682-0702.
Profits from the workshop go to help the Namgyal Monastery Tibetan Eldercare Home in Shimla, India