Featured Healing Videos: 14 Buddha Weekly meditation, visualization, mantra and practice videos on Youtube

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    This extraordinary video playlist includes many healing topics in Buddhism including: Medicine Buddha visualizations and mantras, White Tara visualization, Tonglen practices, Black Manjushri healing meditation, La Gug practice, Vajrapani Hayagriva King Garuda healing, Hayagriva, and others. Don’t miss these. Bookmark to keep handy. Please like and subscribe. Normal health disclaimer: please always see your medical and health professionals FIRST!

    14 videos (list below):

    Videos in Playlist:

    • Medicine Buddha healing meditation and visualization with mantra taught by Venerable Zasep Rinpoche (17 minutes)
    • Medicine Buddha mantra chanting by the amazing Yoko Dharma (5:42 minutes)
    • Wellness and Healing: Tibetan Buddhist Healing practices with Venerable Zasep Rinpoche (8:10 minutes)
    • La Gug Tibetan Healing practice of Vitality recovery for strengthening Chi and health with Venerable Zasep Rinpoche (12:29 part 1 and 13:06 minutes part 2) (Part 1 and  2)
    • Buddhist Teacher Advice: Practices beneficial for memory loss and early Dementia
    • Buddhist Healing Practices: Support for cancer and healing by Venerable Zasep Rinpoche (5:16)
    • White Tara Long Life Practice and Healing Guided Meditation and teaching with mantra by Venerable Zasep Rinpoche
    • Healing Parnashavari Tara Mantra: the specialist in Epidemics, sung 108 times by Hrishi!
    • Medicine Buddha mantras and healing, the King of Healing, with Venerable Zasep Rinpoche
    • Healing and Protection: Teacher-Guided meditation and mantras Black Manjushri
    • Fierce Healing for Difficult Times: Vajrapani Hayagriva King Garuda, the Three Fierce Ones
    • Haygriva’s healing mantra chanted by Hrishi!


    Buddhist Healing Youtube Playlist by Buddha Weekly
    Buddhist Healing Youtube Playlist by Buddha Weekly.

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