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A community of Vajrayana Buddhist practitioners of the Drukpa Lineage

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  • Covid Update

    Our regular practice sessions have been suspended during the Coronavirus crisis - we will let you know when they resume.

    Written on Tuesday, 19 May 2020 14:37
  • Sengey Tsewa teaching with the Venerable Drubpon Ngawang

    We are happy to announce that the Venerable Drubpon Ngawang will be giving teachings on Sengey Tsewa, in London in March 2020.

    Sengey Tsewa or "The Revelry with the Lion" is a particular practice of Prajnaparamita. Dakini Machig Labdron offered the teaching of Sengey Tsewa to the Omniscient One - Kunkhyen Pema Karpo (the Fourth Gyalwang Drukpa 1527 - 1592) - through his guru Ava Dhutipa. Ever since then it has been the main practice of many yogis of Tibetan Buddhism. The beneifits of Sengey Tsewa practice can be categorised into two parts :

    1. Through the practice of non-attachment (Shunyata) towards one's own body, one will be able to free oneself from sufferings such as diseases and unwanted incidents, and accumulate merits to eventually attain the form of Buddha (Rupakaya)

    2. Through the practice of non-attachment (Shunyata) towards one's own conceptual thoughts, one will be liberated from the mental distractions and eventually attain the full realisation (Dharmakaya) of complete omniscience (Wisdom of Buddha).

    His Holiness the Twelfth Gyalwang Drukpa


    All are welcome to attend these teachings

    Programme :

    Saturday March 7th, 2.30 to 6.30 pm - Sengey Tsewa teachings and practice

    Sunday March 8th, 10.30 am to 1 pm - Continuation of Sengey Tsewa teachings and practice

    Sunday March 8th 2.30 to 6.00 pm - Sengey Tsewa practice with tsok


    The City College, University House, 55 East Road, London N1 6AH.

    The nearest underground station is Old Street on the Northern Line. Follow the signs to Subway 1 then take the set of steps on the left, which brings you out into City Road,  Walk up City Road for about 100 yards and at the traffic lights bear to your right, where East Road begins. Keep walking for another 200 yards and you will see the City College on the other side of the road . We are meeting in the common room on the 2nd floor.

    Please note that there is no lift in the building.

    To bring:

    A cushion if you prefer to sit on the floor (there are plenty of chairs available).

    Sengey Tsewa and Rosary of Jewels texts if you have them - copies of the Sengey Tsewa text will be available for purchase at the venue, price £12. Please also bring your bell and damaru if you have them.


    Saturday £15, Sunday £20, whole weekend £30 - payable at the door

    We look forward to seeing you there

    with best wishes







    Written on Thursday, 06 February 2020 20:13