Sacred Sites and Sacred Spaces

Sacred Sites and Sacred Spaces

by Christopher Robin Lee

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Sacred Sites and Sacred Spaces. By Christopher Robin Lee. Copyright 2012 by Christopher Robin Lee. All USA and international copyrights are reserved by the author. First edition 2012. Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Book cover photograph of the Author's Tibetan Buddhist at-home Altar. Book cover photograph by Paul K. J. Harris. Photograph of author by Sara ‘Khalila’ Hill. Hand-drawn sketches by the author of an above view of the Sky Temple and a Medicine Wheel are enclosed in this Book.

Table of Contents:

Part A: Why Sacred Sites and Sacred Spaces are so important to humanity. Why have a Sacred Space or Sacred Site? Possible eventualities from the use of Sacred Spaces. Sacred Space activities and functions. Peak use time. Priority use of Sacred Spaces. Activities: Ceremonies / rituals. Special events. Frequent events. Non-scheduled times. Use of sacraments. Sacraments used in ritual ceremony.

Part B: “The Sky Temple”: A Sacred Site proposed. Sketch of the floor plan of the Sky Temple, seen from above, with explanatory notes. Sketch of the floor plan of the Sky Temple, seen from above, without explanatory notes. Structural design considerations of the Sky Temple. Temple dimensions. Location considerations of the Sky Temple. Business considerations of the Sky Temple. Financial needs of the Sky Temple. Ideas for funding sources to support the Sky Temple. Miscellaneous concerns. Sketch of the Sky Temple and the land around it, as seen from above.

Part C: Sketch of the floor plan of one possible configuration of a Medicine Wheel. The Medicine Wheel, the 2011 vernal (spring) equinox Medicine Wheel ceremony (Portland, OR.)

Part D: A Tibetan Buddhist Sacred Space. Photograph of the author’s at-home Tibetan Buddhist Altar. Why I like Tibetan Buddhism.

Part E: An impromptu, temporary Sacred Space.

Part F: Creating your own Sacred Space.

Part G: Spirituality for Atheists and Agnostics.

Part H: Spiritual Path Journal.

Author biography. Photograph of the author.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940033017164
Publisher: Christopher Robin Lee
Publication date: 01/16/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 835 KB

About the Author

Christopher Robin Lee, also known as: 'Hui Fa', 'Gesar Tengri Siddhi', 'Prometheus'~ birth to adulthood in Portland, Oregon, USA. Kindergarten Diploma, High School Diploma- major: Film Production, Associate of General Studies Degree emphasis: Physical Education, Associate of Applied Science Degree Radio Broadcasting Technology. Exercise Leader/Aerobics Certification American College of Sports Medicine. Lifespan careers: Aerobics Instructor, Reporter in Radio and Print, Inventor, e-book Author. Pledged and received: Refuge, Vows, Vase Initiation, and named Hui Fa: (mandarin: wisdom of the law) from Yuandanchilie Rinpoche in the Saben Lineage of Buddhism, eventuating with the selection of: Yidam- Vajrapani, and Dharma Protector- Sitatapatra. Personal practice Chinnamunda~Chinnamasta devotee. Pursuits, interests, research and study emphasis: Practice, study and teach Chinnamunda yoga-tantra and oracle practices in the traditions of Tibetan Bon & Vajrayana Buddhism religions, and Chinnamasta yoga-tantra and oracle practices in Hinduism traditions. Practice Chinnamasta and other yoga-tantra practices to acquire psychic abilities / siddhi(s) as an aid to alleviating suffering, increase vitality, and as an assist to achieve enlightenment. Design and develop Siddhi-interactive devices and sacred sites to generate supramundane abilities, paranormal phenomenon, and supernatural events as an aid to alleviating suffering, enhancing vitality, and to assist the achievement of enlightenment / vast awakening. Investigation of and utilization of paranormal phenomenon during tantric yoga and oracle practices of Vajrayana Buddhism, Bon, and Hinduism traditions. Study and selectively utilize other methods of Yoga Tantra and Occult 'Magick'. Study and selectively utilize other methods of healing, such as Tibetan spiritual healing practices such as: Nejang (Tibetan: གནས་སྦྱངས་), Yuthok Nyingthig (Tibetan: གཡུ་ཐོག་སྙིང་ཐིག་); traditional Tibetan medicine healing practices, such as: Sowa Rigpa (Tibetan: གསོ་བ་རིག་པ་) and Medicine Buddha (Tibetan: སངས་རྒྱས་སྨན་ལྷ་); the composition and performance of sung music accompanied with dance and Ethno-botananical Shamanism; Acoustics, Artificial Telepathy, Cymatic Yantras, Optics; Scalar Field Enhancement, Orgone Energy, Biological Energetics, and Synthetic Biology. Research and application of brain & mind neuroscience studies towards alleviation of suffering, enhance vitality, and realized manifestation of enlightenment. Ethically principled business practices pursuit of proprietorship of business(s) related to my practice interests. Athletic training: Calisthenics, dancing, hiking, plyometrics, weight lifting, yoga. Recommended reading: Buddha's Brain by Rick Hanson, PhD. Lords of the Left-hand Path by Stephen E. Flowers. Ph.D. Chinnamasta by Elizabeth Anne Benard. "When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace"- Jimi Hendrix. {contact: crlee97219 @ hotmail . com} CHRISTOPHER ROBIN LEE, ONLINE: Smashwords Edition e-books by Christopher Robin Lee: Into the Spirit World Taken to the Fringe I am a Vampire The Return of Prometheus Oracle of Vajrapani A Fitness Instructor's Guide to Exercise Sacred Sites and Sacred Spaces (FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE FIRST 20% OF ALL OF MY BOOKS AT: WEBSITE LINKS OF INFLUENCE TO MY PRACTICES: PLEASE STAY INFORMED AND INVOLVED: WHERE TO BUY RARE TIBETAN BUDDHIST OBJECTS:

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