Mandarava and Tsalung Practice Retreat

We invite you all to come to Dzamling Gar and join our upcoming retreat of Mandarava. The program is already available on our website.

Every day we will practice a long version of the practice in the morning and the short one in the afternoon. There will also be additional practices in the early mornings in Jyagyip for those who want to practice more intensively.

We scheduled few sessions of explanation of the practice by Nina Robinson.

Fabio Andrico, Elio Guarisco and Nina Robinson will help us to practice the Tsalungs of Mandarava in a correct way.

Those who want to precisely study the tibetan text of the long practice, will have possibility to do so by going through the correct pronunciation and meaning of each word guided by tibetologist, Fabian Sanders.

The main sessions of the retreat will be available via webcast and we invite you all to sponsor the organization of this event. Your donations, apart from being a wonderful act of generosity, are our main source of income and we need them to continue our activities

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 Program

5 Tuesday

Morning

10 am

Mandarava practice

11 am -12 pm

History of the transmission of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu’s cycle of the Mandarava Teaching.

 

6 Wednesday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation of the long practice of Mandarava + explanation of the empowerment of chulen and sogthig

11 am – 12 pm

Long Mandarava practice, chulen and sogthig

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30 pm

Explanation and training in kumbhaka and sogthig; short practice of Mandarava, chulen, and sogthig

 

7 Thursday

Morning  

10 – 11 am

Explanation of the long practice of Mandarava

11 am – 12pm

Long practice of Mandarava, chulen and sogthig

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30 pm

Explanation and training in kumbhaka and the Training In Generating the Experience of Pleasure; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

8 Friday

Morning

10 – 11 am

Explanation of the long practice of Mandarava

11 am – 12 pm

Long practice of Mandarava, chulen, tsalung

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30 pm

Explanation and training of the Stabilizing and Enhancing the Experience of Pleasure; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

9 Saturday

Morning

10 – 11 am

Explanation of the long practice of Mandarava

11 am – 12 pm

Long practice of Mandarava, chulen, tsalung

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30 pm

Explanation and Training in Generating, Stabilizing and Enhancing the Experience of Pleasure; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

10 Sunday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation of the Training in the Experience of Heat Through the Fire of Wisdom that Eliminate Negativities and Suffering; followed by long practice of Mandarava, chulen, sogthig, and tsalung

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30pm

Training in the Fire of Wisdom that Eliminates Negativities and Suffering; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

11 Monday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation and Training in Rapidly Generating Heat through the Visualization of Channels (the Hum of Inner Heat);

Long practice of Mandarava, chulen, sothig, and tsalung

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30 pm

Training in the Hum of Inner Heat;

Short practice of Mandarava, sogthig, and tsalung

 

12 Tuesday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation and Training in the Absorption of the Four Thigles; long practice of Mandarava, chulen sogthig, and tsalung

 

Afternoon

2:45 – 3:45 pm

Drajyor, pronunciation and word by word explanation of the Mandarava practice text

4 – 5.30 pm

Training in the Absorption of the Four Thigles; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

13 Wednesday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation and Training to Develop Inner Heat Forcefully Through the Method of Breathing; long practice of Mandarava, chulen, sogthig and tsalung

 

Afternoon

4 – 5.30 pm

Training to Develop Inner Heat Forcefully Through the Method of Breathing; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

14 Thursday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation and Training in the Yoga of the Clothing of Inner Heat; long practice of Mandarava, chulen, sogthig and tsalung.

 

Afternoon

4 – 5.30 pm

Training of the Yoga of the Clothing of Inner Heat; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

15 Friday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation and Training of the Yoga of the Food of Contemplation;

Long practice of Mandarava with Ganapuja and Vajra Dance, Chulen Sogthig and Tsalung

 

Afternoon

4 – 5.30 pm

Training of the Yoga of the Food of Contemplation; short practice of Mandarava, Sogthig and Tsalung

 

16 Saturday

Morning

10 am -12 pm

Explanation and Training of the Method to Balance the Wind Element;

Long practice of Mandarava, chulen, sogthig and tsalung

 

Afternoon

4 – 5.30 pm

Training of the Method to Balance the Wind Element; short practice of Mandarava, sogthig and tsalung

 

17 Sunday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Explanation and Training in the Method for the Attainment of Immortal Vajra Life; long practice of Mandarava, chulen, sogthig and tsalung

 

Afternoon

4 – 5.30 pm

Training in the Method for the Attainment of Immortal Vajra Life; short practice of Mandarava and tsalung

 

18 Monday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Long Practice of Mandarava, chulen, sogthig and practice of all tsalung

 

Afternoon

4 – 5.30 pm

Clarifications on the Practices of the Tsalung of Mandarava

3am Anniversary of Garab Dorje (using that practice as Guruyoga)

 

19 Tuesday

Morning

10 am – 12 pm

Extended Long Practice of Mandarava, chulen and sogthig and Dance of the Vajra

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