Calligraphy Part 1.  Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. Shambhala

Calligraphy Part 1. Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. Shambhala


I’m wondering if there’s any chance that we could move the table back a little bit so that I can get more of you in it. So if you don’t mind the interruption for a moment… and …facing this way. (indistinct) From the side is more personable. Although people can see it better the other way. But let’s go with this. Excellent Goats hair, (indistinct) baboon. This is squirrel, goat, sable, sable. That’s really a painter’s… a house painter’s brush but its boar bristle, I thought you might want to just test it. I thought it might be interesting because it is very stiff. House painter’s? House painter’s because we use it in Shambhala Arts. Sakyong and Lama Pegyal talk in Tibetan. Oh (indistinct) the scorpion. (indistinct) for the shrine room Sakyong and Lama Pegyal talk in Tibetan. Seals don’t look right, but they work well. (laughter) (indistinct) Well they work (indistinct). Need the same size. (indistinct) Sakyong and Lama Pegyal talk in Tibetan. Might need some fresh seal ink (indistinct) also the dharma art seal (indistinct). A paper towel.

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