Inviting Abundance--An Evening with The Goddess Vasudhara

A Program in BookWoman’s New ”Tara Tuesdays” series (Tara dance evenings will also be scheduled for January, March and June, 2018.)

Inviting Abundance--An Evening with The Goddess Vasudhara

Join us to connect with our innate and limitless source of wealth, in the form of Vasudhara, the Exalted Gold Tara. By embodying her in sacred dance, we realign our perception of ourselves, others and the universe with the abundance of infinite possibilities. We will also learn The Eight Precious Offerings dance to connect giving with receiving. Through this practice, we generate merit--also known as prana, chi or mana--that opens the door to auspicious circumstances in our lives. Bring your aspirations for yourself, your loved ones and the world, and together we will raise the energy we need to manifest them!

No dance experience necessary. The movements are fluid and simple, and the power of the practice resides in how the mind is placed.

Wear comfortable clothing, gold or yellow if possible.
Also bring a small gift (wrapped in a cloth or paper) to share with another participant: we will include this personal offering practice to open the heart, connect us to each other, and facilitate the flow of generosity. Make sure the gift is meaningful to you, so you give from the heart. It is not about monetary value. Traditionally it is said t hat all beings have been in one lifetime or another our fathers and mothers, so we offer in the spirit of gratitude to someone we don't yet know in this life.
Anjali Maazel is the co-founder of the Austin Tara Circle, student of Prema Dasara, HeatherAsh Amara, and many Buddhist masters including Sogyal Rinpoche and Thich Nhat Hanh, Anjali Maazel draws on her experience with traditional teachings and meditation practice, and extensive training as a dancer, visual artist, writer, and musician to inspire and empower women of all ages and spiritual orientations. She brought the Tara Dance to the Palri Pema Od Ling temple in Austin in 2014, where she now co-leads the monthly Healing Dance Circle. She also leads a monthly Tara Dance Circle in Wimberley. 
Please join her at: Austin Tara Web Page; Austin Tara Facebook; Austin Tara Meetup
For a sample of her work, you can listen to the long life prayer for Prema Dasara, which she wrote and composed and which was recorded by Mercedes Bahleda and Shivadam: it is available for download here. All proceeds from the sale of this song are offered to Tara Dhatu for the continuation of the Tara teachings.

Event date: 
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Event address: 
5501 North Lamar #A-105
Austin, TX 78751