2016-04-22/24 - München - Ngak'chang Rinpoche - Teachings from a Tradition of Realised Women

Teachings from a Tradition of Realised Women
Weekend event with Ngak´chang Rinpoche

22nd to 24th of April 2016
Friday: 18:00 - 20:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 19:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00

Ya Wali, Kirchenstraße 15, im Loft
81675 München, Bayern, Germany

Teachings and practices of four important Tibetan Yoginis

This weekend retreat offers an introduction to the teachings and practices of four important Tibetan Yoginis (Yeshé Tsogyel, Ma-gÇig Labdrön, Jomo Menmo, and Khyungchen Aro Lingma).
Ngak’chang Rinpoche draws the central themes of the inner Tantras from the lives of these realised women and their luminous visionary descendants. He will also give the empowerments for Yeshé Tsogyel, Ma-gÇig Labdrön, and Aro Lingma. The human style of the Aro gTér is essentially female – whether taught by women or men.

The non-institutional situations in which this lineage arose—and in which they have always been passed on—provides and provokes an ambience of both subtle and profoundly whimsical communication. The teachings are practical and highly applicable, yet they are tremendously profound – being purveyed as interpenetrating layers that each person understands according to their needs and previous experience.

Taking every day life as the basis of practice  

“The gTérmas of Aro Lingma explode the banality of commonplace existence, through taking every day life as the basis of practice. Vajrayana is often seen as something apart from life – but the essential meaning of Vajrayana lies within every aspect of existence. If this knowledge cannot be found in the market place – it is unlikely to be found in a monastery.”
Khandro Déchen

Ngakma Déwang Pamo, Email: dewangpamo@googlemail.com, Phone: 0049 172 1582011

Attendance fee:   
130.- EUR for the whole weekend, Friday evening 30.- EUR.
Reduced fee possible on request and for apprentices of the Aro gTér lineage.

All Aro gTer retreats are non-smoking events. Smokers are welcome to attend, but in accordance with Nyingma teaching, and Vajrayana Buddhism in general, we require participants to desist from the smoking of tobacco for the entire duration of the retreat – both on or off the premises where retreats are held. Tobacco in any form should not be brought to the retreat.