First of two consecutive nights of lectures on Sacred Buddhist Images with Andy Weber
This lecture will focus on the image of Buddha Shakyamuni, and its deeper symbolism in relation to the Wheel of Life. All sacred images are considered “ten.pa”, meaning support in Tibetan. Not only support for daily meditation but as guides throughout one’s life. The sacred image expresses the essential teachings of the Buddha and his message. “Dharma without words”.
Not to be missed for anybody who wants to gain an understanding of the sacred imagery of Tibetan Buddhist and uses the images in their meditations to follow the path to Enlightenment.
Andy Weber is also leading a weekend art retreat at LMB. See info and register here.
About the Teacher:
The artist Andy Weber spent seven years living and studying the iconographical art of Tibetan Buddhism under the guidance of accomplished masters in India and Nepal.
His unique style of authentic images for visualization are highly respected not only by the growing number of Western Buddhists but also by Tibetan Lamas of all traditions, many of whom have commissioned his work. His thangka paintings (= Tibetan scroll paintings) can be seen in Buddhist centers and temples throughout the world including the Potala Palace in Lhasa and his images have become well known and popular through numerous publications.
With over 35 years of experience Andy Weber and his students offer their artwork, their services, and their experience to the wider Dharma community. Andy also teaches all over the world, and the teaching schedule is available from his website, Andy Weber Studios.
|Date(s):||Thursday, April 11, 7pm to 8:30pm|
|Times:||7:00 pm - 8:30 pm|
|Type of event:||open talk|
|Number of sessions:||1|
|Participation:||open to all|
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