The Oracle

Those of you who have been following my blogs would have already read a little bit about a man I refer to as Pachen. Translated as “the brave one” in Tibetan; Pachen’s official title is Neyenchen Tanghla Kuten and he holds the esteemed role of personal oracle to His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Dharamshala,…

Tibetan, Shamanic, Shaman, Spirituality, dakini, lhamo, oracle, buddhism, tibet, yogi, awakening, enlightenment, India, dharamshala, spiritual awakening, heart chakra, chakra, pachen, oracle of tibet, Ladakh , channelling

Dakini

It was on my fateful sojourn to a Tibetan nomad camp in 2017 where I was officially declared a dakini by Pachen (Oracle of Tibet). Details of this trip can be found in my previous blogs entitled “2 days in a Tibetan nomad camp”. Until this seemingly innocuous announcement had been made so casually over…

Tibetan, Shamanic, Shaman, Spirituality, dakini, lhamo, oracle, buddhism, tibet, yogi, awakening, enlightenment, India, dharamshala, spiritual awakening, heart chakra, chakra, pachen, oracle of tibet, Ladakh, oracle of tibet, pachen, Dalai Lama, neyenchen tanghla, channelling, deity

Two Days In A Tibetan Nomad Camp- Day 2

The Puja Preparations for the puja itself started early in the morning with numerous tasks to be completed. Amidst a series of mini chod-like prayers, the ritual altar and all its accompaniments needed to be set up. One of the first tasks was the preparation of the ‘Sang’.  Into a large bowl went over 20…

Tibetan, Shamanic, Shaman, Spirituality, dakini, lhamo, oracle, buddhism, tibet, yogi, awakening, enlightenment, India, dharamshala, spiritual awakening, heart chakra, chakra, pachen, oracle of tibet, Ladakh, oracle of tibet, pachen, Dalai Lama, neyenchen tanghla, guru kyap, channelling, deity

Two Days In A Tibetan Nomad Camp- Day 1

The Road Trip The month of July 2017 saw me travelling to Ladakh for the first time. Located in northern India, this place has long since topped my bucket list, and I was eager to experience firsthand, the glorious beauty I’d only ever seen in photos. My first glimpse of the land did not disappoint…