Method to transform inner violence Description The Tantra of Yamantaka offers us a key to understanding and harmonising the energies of body and mind with those of the world in which we live. Objectives to improve management of negative uncontrolled emotions, in particular inner violence and aggression. These mental states attack and block one’s personal vital energy on the physical, emotional and mental level. Recognition of “ignorance” and one’s own close mindedness. Development of clarity, of the view of the real nature of phenomena and the ability to act deliberately. Increase in mental and physical relaxation and improvement of actual intellectual capabilities. Expected Results An understanding of the negative effects on ourselves and others caused by violent use of the sense powers. Positive management of one’s own emotional states, prevention of stress and psychological discomforts linked to work, such as burnout syndrome. Overcoming angsts and fears, in particular the deepest one, fear of death. Ability to overcome manic and obsessive tendancies. Development of one’s vital energy and a greater capacity in confronting difficulties with a peaceful mind. Improvement in relationships with others and capacity to cooperate and collaborate. Greater success and harmony in daily tasks at domestic, work and social levels. Yamantaka 13 deities Tantra helps to develop – intelligence, memory, the ability to express thoughts. – clear, deep and swift understanding – the ability to teach, write and debate Origins of the teaching The NgalSo Tantric SelfHealing of Yamantaka 13 deities is based on the secret Mahamudra lineage of the tibetan buddhist Ganden Nyengu tradition. Yamantaka is the wrathful manifestation of Manjushri, Wisdom Buddha. His meditation practice helps us overcome our fears and transform our ignorance and anger into the path to Enlightenment. The teaching of Yamantaka is a Non Dual Mahanuttara, the highest of the four classes of tantra. In a degenerate age such as ours the Yamantaka 13 deities Tantra provides an excellent method for purifying negative karma cused by aversion and hatred. His Practice leads to the realisation of the union of Clear Light and Illusory Body and the inner fire of Tummo.
Rabne Chenmo, with the construction of the Yamantaka (Sacho), is a ceremony which recreates our positive connection with Mother Earth through the power of mantras, concentration, visualisations, the offering riutals and, in particular the construction fo the Yamantaka sand mandala. When the mandala is finished, it is destroyed to symbolise the transient nature of all phenonema. The sand is then used to consecrate the land and its inhabitants. At the end of the Rabne Chenmo ceremony of purification and blessing of the site, the sand is dissolved in a stream near our Temple of Heaven on Earth in order to reunite it with Nature. Lama Gangchen Rinpoche will preside over the proceedings together with lamas and geshes from the Shar Ganden in the South of India. The benefits of this pratice are: the increase of inner peace, the renewal of of physical and mental peace, the rebalancing of of our emotions, inner stability and mental clarity, awareness as well the positive reconnection with Nature (in particular with Nagas and the protectors of the earth element). This ritual of accumulation of positive energy witll be dedicated to pacification of all natural disasters.