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  Healing & Meditation Workshops
Tibetan Buddhist monk and physician Dr. Ngawang Thogmey will visit the International Woman's Center in Marfa on December 1 and 2 to offer workshops on healing and meditation in the spiritual tradition of his country. Two workshops will be held: Wednesday evening at 7 p.m., and Thursday morning at 10 a.m. Reservations are recommended as space is limited. Suggested donation is $25 per person, $15 for students with ID. Dr. Thogmey's training is rooted in the Tibetan tradition of healing through meditation and breathing. In Buddhism, the belief is that the mind generates healing energies, while the body grounds them. Dr. Thogmey has been visiting the United States since 2006, when he accompanied his cousin to act as a translator. Since that time, he has returned to the U.S. annually to raise funds for a school and health clinic in the Dirang region of northeastern India, sponsored by the Sorig Foundation ("So" - life/health; "Rig" education/culture). As part of the exiled people of Tibet, this effort serves to preserve Tibetan culture by offering health care and education to the people of this area, which adjoins the Tibetan border. This rare visit to Marfa by Dr. Thogmey offers a unique opportunity to learn from someone who has developed a mastery of Tibetan healing methods and their application. Reservations can be made by calling the International Woman's Foundation at 729-4826 or 729 1852 or 386 8212. For more information, please visit Alpine Tai Chi on Facebook, or call Lulu Lopez at (512)970-3690.

Craft Night @ Wild Woolies
CRAFT NIGHT 7 PM Wednesdays @ Wool & Hoop and Wild Woolies Bring your favorite dish and a project to work on. Fabric, felt, wool, thread and notions for sale. BYOB. See you there! Corner Stores 203 East San Antonio, Marfa woolandhoop.com � wild-woolies.com