- Through the practice of non-attachment 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).
- 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 of (Dharmakaya) the complete omniscience (Wisdom of Buddha).
The forthcoming Sengey Tsewa Retreat, to be held at Druk Amitabha Mountain in Kathmandu and led by His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa and his spiritual sons, Their Eminences Gyalwa Dokhampa and Drukpa Thuksey Rinpoche, will also include an explanation and transmission of Chod practice.
On 28th February, before the 6-day retreat, there will be a joint birthday celebration for His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa and His Eminence Drukpa Thuksey Rinpoche.
|27th February 2015||
Arrival in Kathmandu
|28th February 2015||
Joint birthday celebration of His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa and His Eminence Drukpa Thuksey Rinpoche
|1st-6th March 2015||
Sengey Tsewa Retreat
|7th March 2015||
Departure for Maratika
|8th-9th March 2015||
Stay in Maratika
Departure to Kathamandu, night in hotel in Kathmandu
Departure from Kathmandu
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