The Tibetan term for Buddhist is Nanpga, meaning “one who goes within.” By going deep within, Buddhists have uncovered real truths about the nature of our minds and the universe.
The Tantrayana path—also known as the Diamond path—uses the body as a vehicle for realizing our hidden nature, which is one of great clarity and potential.
In our satsangs, we will expand our perception of nature through the lens of embodied Buddhism and unified science. We will discuss space and vibration, the heart’s ability to tap into the wisdom of the field, regenerative essence, and the five elements and emotions.
In our workshops, we will explore core practices on the Tibetan yogic path, including Lu Jong and Tsa Lung. These traditional movement and breathwork practices will nurture our spines, boost our vitality, calm our minds, and open our hearts.
As we dissolve blocks, tension, and illusion, we open to our true, brilliant Buddha Nature.
“Our nature is one of clearness, light & joy, and we are empowered to manifest beauty.”
Offered as 2 satsangs and 3 workshops (subject to change).
Farrah Garan is deeply devoted to the unlimited nature we all have within us. As a teacher and communicator, her aim is to reconnect us with this nature and cultivate open bodies, minds & hearts to create a harmonious world.
She founded Tibetan Healing Movement to share the Tantrayana Buddhist healing practices she received from her teacher Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche. Through her project, Humanifesta, Farrah leads a collective envisioning of our resonant, harmonious society to inspire our co-creation.
Through her studies at the Resonance Science Foundation and the work of Nassim Haramein, she helps others understand the great potential of humanity when in right relationship with the universe within and without.
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