Feb 07

Teacher Spotlight: Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel

“I’m mostly talking about this deep, sacred, natural, organic, process of darkness that’s within our lives, and how can we use it?” ~ Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel

Tara Mandala is pleased to share an upcoming Virtual Dharma Talk offered by Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel. The talk will be “Ancestral Great Mothers At The Root of Spiritual Practice”, and takes place on Saturday, February 12.

Please enjoy this “Teacher Spotlight” blog post on Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel. We look forward to welcoming you for these teachings with Osho Zenju on Saturday. To learn more, read below, or click here.
Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel, born to parents who migrated from rural Louisiana at the start of WWII, has walked through many different doors spiritually and academically. She was ordained in the Suzuki Roshi lineage. She has a PhD and she’s also a poet and author. Essentially, she’s a Seer in which she has woven herself into various frameworks to ultimately bring forth her visionary work.
Zenju has embraced the active role of Seer, in watching for obstacles to awareness, despite the loss of such a role in the American culture. Her transmissions come through her books The Shamanic Bones of Zen, The Deepest Peace, Sanctuary, The Way of Tenderness, and the Black Angel Cards: 36 Oracles and Messages, her first visionary experience.
She also teaches from her experience of African and Native American indigenous ceremony and her own awakening on the intersection of spirituality and systemic oppression.
In this video, we share a small excerpt from a conversation Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel and Lama Tsultrim had together in 2021. To watch, click on the video below.

Ancestral Great Mothers At The Root of Spiritual Practice

With Osho Zenju Earthlyn Manuel • February 12

Zenju Osho will speak on indigenous traditions and how they supported her while being transmitted Buddha’s teachings. Specifically, she will bring to the foreground her experience of liberating qualities of the feminine power found in these ancient mothers: the Igbo African Mother water goddess Mami Wata and the Mother of all Buddhas, Prajnaparamita. She will share the wisdom of awareness in relationship to these Great Mothers … Learn more »

We look forward to sharing this event with you, one of a host of 2022 Virtual Dharma Talks, featuring female teachers and topics that were specially chosen by Lama Tsultrim Allione.

~With Blessings,
Tara Mandala

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