An immersion into the profound world of Tibetan Mantra Healing with Drukmo Gyal!
Thursday evening June 13th until Monday midday June 17th.
Non-Residential: $350/ $295 Early bird registration before May 13th (Lunch on Saturday and Sunday included.]
Residential Supplement: $195 - $250 (Includes onsite shared accommodation from Thursday until Monday, with breakfast and dinner included.)
Thursday June 13th, 7 - 9PM:
Introduction to Tibetan Mantra Healing (Public Talk Open to All)
Friday - Saturday June 14th - 15th: Tibetan Mantra Healing Level One
Theoretical explanation of how mantras are used for healing in both the yogic and medical traditions in order to bring balance to various diseases, restore health, and protect against future sickness for oneself and others.
Transmission of a complete ‘Mantra Pharmacy’ used for centuries by Tibetan yogis and physicians to address various health concerns.
Empowering of mantra ‘substances’ such as water and salt
Group chanting and mantra accumulation
Sunday June 16th:
The ‘Culture’ of Tibetan Mantra Healing: Sunday’s program, part of our monthly Yangchenma series of arts and culture will be a celebration of the mantric tradition of Tibet. Open to all, more details coming soon!
Monday June 17th: Closing practices and Ganapuja
In honor of the anniversary of Buddha Shakyamuni’s Enlightenment and Mahaparinirvana (Sangye & Nyangdé Düchen), we will be continuing our retreat until Monday at 1PM, and spending the morning closing our retreat with a final discussion, mantra chanting, and a lunch time Ganapuja feast offering.
Monday’s program is optional and will not include any new materials or transmissions required for the completion of Mantra Healing Level One course.
About the teacher:
Drukmo Gyal Dakini (འགྲུག་མོ་རྒྱ) was born in the Northeastern part of Tibet into a yogi family where mantra, yoga, and meditation were introduced at a young age. With support from her local Tibetan yogi community and family, she practiced mantras with traditional melodies and in 2008 began singing publicly and touring the world. In 2014 she moved to the West in order to work with Sorig Khang International, one of the largest organizations for Tibetan Medicine in the world, founded by her teacher Dr. Nida Chenagtsang. Since she has been in the West she has produced five albums of Tibetan healing mantras and chants with musicians from all over the world and traveled to over twenty countries to share concerts, public talks, workshops, and courses on mantra, yoga, meditation, and the external healing therapies of Tibetan Medicine. One of the primary focuses of all her activities is to help females to find equality and to help mothers and children to view each other with divinity and compassion through Tibetan spiritual practices.