Vajrayogini Four Karmas Fire Puja with Marybeth Keigher & Lindy King: Registration for Full Paying Participants
Marybeth Keigher and Lindy King
November 11–21, 2010
This is an advanced Vajrayana practice retreat restricted to practitioners who have completed Vajrayogini Amending the Mantra Fire Puja.
Shambhala Mountain Center is delighted to offer this Vajrayogini Four Karmas Fire Puja in the beautiful and spacious Red Feather Lodge, which has been newly renovated to accommodate Fire Puja programs. Whether you are a veteran of previous Four Karmas Fire Pujas or a first-time participant, please join us for this powerful practice intensive.
Marybeth Keigher has been a student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970, receiving Vajrayogini abhisheka from him in 1979. Currently a student of both Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and Dzigar Kontrul Rinpoche, Marybeth has led over a dozen Vajrayogini Amending the Mantra and Four Karmas Fire Pujas at Shambhala Mountain Center over last twenty years. Marybeth lives in Boulder, Colorado, and has been a practicing acupuncturist and sound healing practitioner since 1992. She is also a singer who enjoys setting mantras and texts to melody.
Lindy King has been a student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970 and Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche since 1985. Lindy received Vajrayogini abhisheka in 1981, and has led and chopponed many fire pujas. A choppon instructor, Lindy teaches The Sixteen Offering Devi dance. For 14 years she helped coordinate the building of The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya. Lindy continues to help facilitate summer work projects at The Stupa and is also very involved in facilitating the building of the Shedra at Surmang Dhutsi-til.
Register below if you are able to pay full price to attend the program. If you are unable to pay full price return to the main program page.
Lindy King has been a student of Trungpa Rinpoche since 1970. She has lead fire pujas, study abroad programs, and workshops on death and dying. She helped manage the building of The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya during the 14 year construction period, coordinating the hundreds of volunteers, teacher visits, and other special events, along with enjoying general participation in construction and artwork. Lindy also continues to coordinate the annual work programs, for the benefit of the stupa and those who make a connection with it.
Financial aid is available for this program.