Neutral Day: Uncovering Sacred Space
Every year we come together for the traditional activity of Neutral Day: Cleaning! Neutral Day is the day before the Lunar New Year Celebration: Shambhala Day. It falls in between Dön season, which is the end of the previous year when it is said that karma and negativity ripens and extra care and attention is vital for the fresh start of the New Year.
Cleaning before the New Year is a way of attracting positive energy into the environment, or as we might say in Shambhala, “Drala.” It allows us to put time and energy into uplifting our space to start the year with a sense of freshness, new beginning, openness and possibility.
Usually we do projects that aren't attended to all year. Organizing, cleaning and finishing any lingering needs the Center has. Doing so as a group adds some extra fun and zeal to the whole experience.
Snacks will be offered throughout the day!
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Vajrayana Sangha will be cleaning shrines, organizing the shrine closets and sorting through liturgies.
We will be doing some deep cleaning and light organizing of the Center.
Both Shrine Rooms
Post Meditation Hall
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