Mamo Chant Recitation

February 13th

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    During the last 11 days of the Tibetan lunar year, we do end-of-year practices and activities in order to lay the ground for a positive transition to the New Year. The first 10 of these days are a time for intensive practice, focused on protector chants with the addition of Vetali and the Pacifying the Turmoil of the Mamos chants as a way to help overcome obstacles that might hinder our life and activity, and the enlightened activity in the community and the world. The end of the year is seen as a karmically positive time to do these practices.
    Along with this, the period before Shambhala Day could be used for cleaning our household and shrine, resolving debts or disputes, gathering our energy, and so on. The last day before Shambhala Day is a “neutral day” on which we could do the final preparations for the New Year, having finished the practice from the 10 days before.
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