Yamantaka retreat – Sunday 27 September to Saturday 10 October with Les Sheehy - Tibetan Buddhist SocietyTibetan Buddhist Society Yamantaka retreat – Sunday 27 September to Saturday 10 October with Les Sheehy - Tibetan Buddhist Society

Yamantaka retreat – Sunday 27 September to Saturday 10 October with Les Sheehy

An opportunity for practitioners who have received Solitary Hero Yamantaka empowerment to deepen and strengthen their practice.

DEVELOPING REALISATIONS

Through the methods of highest yoga tantra, we can quickly remove obstacles to our practice and develop realisations.

Students participate in six sessions of guided meditation each day and complete 100,000 mantras.

The retreat concludes with the traditional fire puja.

Geshe Loden’s authoritative Yamantaka commentary, ‘Ocean of Indivisible Method and Wisdom’, provides the basis for retreat teachings and meditations.

COURSE TEACHER

The retreat will be led by Les Sheehy, the long-term student of the Tibetan Buddhist Society’s Founder, Venerable Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden, and teacher and director of the Tibetan Buddhist Society in Perth.

Les received these teachings from his Gurus, Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden and Zasep Tulku Rinpoche, and has taught and led Yamantaka retreats for many years.

BEAUTIFUL, PEACEFUL SETTING

The Peaceful Land of Joy is set in beautiful rural surroundings just outside Melbourne. It is an ideal place for meditation, Dharma study and practice.

The centre’s traditional Tibetan holy temple, blessed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in 2002, is a clear and peaceful space, with a glorious 18 foot Buddha statue, and adorned with traditional thangkas and Tibetan ornamentation.

Between meditation sessions, students can relax in 10 acres of beautiful gardens. You can stay at the centre, which is a 15-minute drive from Melbourne Airport and 45 minutes from the city centre.

An opportunity for practitioners who have received Solitary Hero Yamantaka empowerment to deepen and strengthen their practice.

DEVELOPING REALISATIONS

Through the methods of highest yoga tantra, we can quickly remove obstacles to our practice and develop realisations.

Students participate in six sessions of guided meditation each day and complete 100,000 mantras.

The retreat concludes with the traditional fire puja.

Geshe Loden’s authoritative Yamantaka commentary, ‘Ocean of Indivisible Method and Wisdom’, provides the basis for retreat teachings and meditations.

 

 

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