Arrival of Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo and public talk
We are happy to receive Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo who honore us of her pr√©sence in Drukpa Plouray's Center where she gave a public talk about practising meditation in daily life.
Raised in London and Buddhist as a teenager Jetsunma visited the age of 20 in India where she met His Eminence the 8th Khamtrul Rinpoche from whom she took the nun's vows. Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo has thus become one of the first Western woman to be ordained as a nun in Tibetan Buddhism.
run by Dr. Hugues Gouz√®nes who has been studying and practising tibetan and indian yogas for more than 30 years, are on a theory - practice mode.
Kindness and Compassion are the essence of the Buddhist path, of all teaching and all meditative practice. They respond to our natural and universal aspiration to wish for hapiness and to get rid of the suffering.
Beginning:¬†Friday, November 4 at 18h
Concluding session:¬†¬†Monday, November 21 (Morning)
directed by Drubp√∂n Ngawang
NYUNG-NAY is a powerful purification practice based on universal compassion, to which we can link ourselves by invoking the one-thousand armed Chenrezi form, and on the observance of temporary fasting and silence vows. This practice, accompanied by numerous prostrations, prayers and mantra recitations, lasts for two entire days and can be renewed: partial fasting on the fi rst day (Nyay-Nay), complete fasting and silence on the second day (Nyung-Nay).¬†For all interested persons.
As you know, the Naropa Ornaments ceremony which was scheduled in July has been postponed to September. Two reasons account for this: on one hand, His Holiness Dala√Į Lama has been invited to Ladakh in July, therefore, His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa has prefered to avoid having both events simultaneously. On the other hand,at Hemis, the construction works of the building for the Ornaments ceremonies have been considerably delayed due to weather hazards.