Lama Tendar, an accomplished Tibetan Buddhist Monk & Healer, will be live at the WHOLE LIFE EXPO 2018
On Sat & Sun morning, Lama Tendar will guide visitors at the Festival into deep meditation using Tibetan Chanting, singing bowls and gongs in a very special “Singing Bowl and Deep Meditation Sound Bath Healing”, as a way to bring Vibrational Healing, Balance Chakras, Reduce Stress and Clear and Purify the mind, body & space
Through the weekend Lama Tendar will be at his stall where visitors can purchase a variety of authentic Tibetan bowls, shawls and sacred jewellery.
Lama Tendar will also be available through the weekend of the festival for private one to one healings.
All proceeds from healings, retreats, workshops, tours, and products go towards providing food, medicine, education, and shelter for Tibetan Children. Lama Tendar supports 130 children in Kham Tibet where they now receive regular meals and a Tibetan education.
Lama Tendar was born in the Kham district, Eastern Tibet. He became a monk at the age of twelve at Dego Somdupling Monastery in the Mahayana tradition. In Lhasa Tendar studied at Gyuto Ramoche Monastery for seven years, learning the ancient art of Tibetan tantric chanting, prayer and meditation. Tendar later attended the Tenzin Gang Gyuto monastery and studied at the Gyuto Tantric University for a further 14 years. Here he qualified as a teacher of sacred Buddhist art.
In 2000 Tendar commenced traveling to various European countries as Chant Master with the Gyuto monks. Tendar came to Australia for the first time in 2001, traveling extensively with the Gyuto monks, chanting, making sand mandalas, butter sculptures and teaching deep meditation.
Returning to Australia in 2003, Tendar now resides in Melbourne, teaching meditation, Tibetan language, sacred art and chant.
Tendar travels across Australia to teach meditation at various centres and retreats, performing blessings, sacred rituals and Buddhist ceremonies and also participating in community cultural programs.