Drukmo Gyal will guide the evening public program at The Movement Center and discuss the theory behind Tibetan Mantra Healing and its relationship to the Five Elements
The word ‘mantra’ comes from the ancient Sanskrit language. The syllable ‘man’ means ‘mind’, ‘tra’ means ‘protection, rescue’. Mantra Healing is natural cure in tune with the universe’s inherent vibration. Originating from Tibetan, Sanskrit, or the secret Dakini language, mantras can be learned and used by anyone regardless of professional, cultural or religious background.
Join us for this very special evening of chanting with Drukmo Gyal Dakini who, visiting the United States for the very first time, shares with us her beautiful healing melodies from the Tibetan medical and yogic tradition.
Drukmo Gyal Dakini was born in the Northeastern part of Tibet into Tibetan yogi family where mantra, yoga and meditation were introduced at an early age. With support from the local Tibetan yogic community, she began practicing mantras with ancient melodies and started singing publicly in 2008. She moved to Europe in 2014, produced her first album ‘Purification Voice of Tibet’ and began touring in European countries, Russia, Malaysia, and China with local musicians. Her second album ‘Tibetan Mantra Healing’ was released in 2016 and highlights the ancient healing system of Sowa Rigpa, Traditional Tibetan medicine as it was taught to her by Dr Nida Chenagtsang, a direct lineage holder and founder of Sorig Khang International. Drukmo Gyal travels the world, singing, teaching Tibetan Mantra Healing and Kunye Healing massage, and guiding retreats in the Yuthok Nyingthig tradition, the meditation practice of Tibetan physicians.