This music is therefore very suitable for meditation or just to listen to and enjoy. In June 2009, she released an album with American singer Tina Turner and Regula Curti, called Beyond. Shi De: A Call for World Peace. In 2011, Swiss Bernina Sewing machine company sponsored another 12 new Bernina machines. Dechen worked in the Commercial Department of a large international Company for nearly 20 years. However, she considers herself to be truly a product of Eastern and Western culture. Dechen Shak-Dagsay was born the same year her parents fled to India due to the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1959.
Her latest album is called Compassion: Inner Peace through the Power of Dcham Sem, containing a selection of the long versions of the ancient Tibetan Mantras that are particularly helpful in cultivating the seed of compassion in people's hearts. Dechen Shak-Dagsay is a contemporary singer of traditional Tibetan Buddhist mantras in new modern melodies for younger generation. The music captured on Shi De conveys tranquility, love, and holiness to the listener, helping to uplift thought and encourage peace and happiness. They have two daughters, Yuri and Tara, who are both studying. All the machines have reached Dharamsala and Swiss Bernina Delhi Branch is giving now the required know-how training at Dharamsala. These graduates can work in big restaurants, hotels or can start their own restaurant business. Your email address will then be deleted from the mailing list.
You can use the corresponding link in the newsletter or send us a message to unsubscribe the newsletter anytime; the relevant contact details can be found in our. These are ideal for meditation and activation of self-healing powers. In 2001, Dechen recorded and released Dewa Che: The Universal Healing Power of Tibetan Mantras. The accompanying music is rather in the background so that the wonderful can do their effect. They reach a celestial pitch, creating a truly elevating musical experience and serving as a gentle reminder that peace stems from individual acts of kindness. On this album The Tibetan singer sings for the first time a collection of beautiful, old and new Tibetan mantras. With her unique family background as the daughter of a Tibetan Lama and a highly spiritual mother, Dechen grew up absorbing the beautiful wisdom of her parents and yet at the same time integrating the modern western world.
Her concerts are always fully booked and her music seems to attract not only insiders but many others that come because they clearly feel the universal message of the mantras. In this course you will learn 14 key lessons to help you overcome fear by uncovering it, understanding it, and ultimately embracing it by finding its gifts. She is the daughter of the Dagsay Tulku. However, she considers herself to be truly a product of Eastern and Western culture. These are sustainable global sustainable environmental care; better human relationships through sustainable interfaith and inter-culture respect and tolerance and to sensitise people on inhuman treatment of commercial animals. With her enchantingly beautiful voice, she brings us a little closer to realizing this goal with these exquisite songs of peace.
Together we can make our world a better place. While listening, you realize how to become inwardly always quiet. In 2001, Dechen recorded and released Dewa Che: The Universal Healing Power of Tibetan Mantras. Their one year's total expenses are sponsored by Dechen's Dewache Stiftung. It was during that time that Dechen realized that the people who are constantly exposed to a lot of tension at work need to find a way to relax and find inner peace.
In the beginning of 2013, after a successful Buddhist Mantra Concert in South Korea, Dechen was contacted by one of the audiences who wished to help Tibetan school in Dharamsala with new computers. Together with her family Dechen grew up as one of the nearly 2,500 Tibetans residing in Switzerland. The daughter of a Tibetan Lama, Dechen Shak-Dagsay was raised in a Tibetan community in Switzerland, where her father dedicated himself to preserving their native culture and practices. Born in Kathmandu, Nepal in 1959, Dechen and her family moved to Switzerland in 1963, where she has resided ever since. I'm not courageous or confident enough to be all that I desire to be? At the end of 2002 Dechen released her second album called Shi De, A Call for Worldpeace containing beautiful Tibetan songs promoting peace in the world.
With the exception of length, all mantras are true to the original, which are said to have been passed down directly from the Buddha himself and to protect against negative energies. How many times have you kept your mouth shut when you wanted to speak out or handed over your power to someone who didn't have your best interests at heart? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dechen Shak-Dagsay is a contemporary singer of traditional. How many times have you made yourself small enough to fit into some role? Besides the existing central clinic has a new room for midwifery. Dechen Shak-Dagsay is a Tibetan who has lived with her family in Switzerland since childhood. This Central Mechanical Workshop Center serves the surrounding 14 villages and the Sechuan-Tibet Highway traffic which passes through this town. The main themes in this unique upbeat Pop Album carries important message for global issues.
As an adult, she pursued a successful career as a marketing assistant to marketing executive in Zurich. From the selection of 5 motivated young talented Tibetan youths from Chokri-Tehor regions now got the chance of one year's intensive cars, trucks, tractors and motor-bikes repair training in renowned Chengdu Machine Technological Institute. Her family played an important role in founding the Tibetan Institute of Performing Art for Switzerland and Dechen was the youngest member of the group. There is a new audio guided meditation with each lesson to help you directly access your inner wisdom, resulting in tangible action steps to help you take the steps to living a courageous life. Shak-Dagsay's angelic voice rides parallel to the sitar but on a higher frequency as the two sounds weave harmoniously together to form a sonic serum of inner calm.
They are sewing local traditional cloths for grown ups and children, school uniforms, monastery decoration pieces and local summer tents. In 2013, Dechen also sponsored 10 youngsters in Tibetan Kham region in learning typical traditional Tibetan restaurant cooking style. In her father's book Practice of Tibetan Meditation, Rinpoche teaches ancient meditation techniques to Buddhists as well as Non-Buddhists. During these three months they learn to make local dresses, monastery decos, school uniforms, festival tents etc. Besides 28 youngsters from poor regional families get 2 years mechanical repair training course under the expert of a highly qualified Chinese Instructor.
The music is so beautiful and haunting, that the tears roll down the cheeks, just like this. In 2010, Dechen Shak started a tailoring school giving chance to those youths from poor family incomers for learning to start their own business for moderate living. Dewa Che is a collection of abbreviated Tibetan mantras as the originals can be quite lengthy , all gathered into a portable, compact album to allow the sounds of calm and tranquility to play for you anywhere--from meditation practice to long drives or the office. As an adult, she pursued a successful career as a marketing executive in Zurich. In 2005, Dechen left her job to pursue her career in music full-time. Each mantra is given a description that explains its use, and allows the listener to consciously consider the song's effects. She is the eldest daughter of a Tibetan Lama, the Venerable Dagsay Tulku.