4 - 7 July 2023
with Ven. Charles
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Practice to Open the Heart
“Nyung-Näs are a most powerful, most beneficial and quickest way for you to develop bodhicitta, to collect extensive merit to quickly achieve enlightenment, to become Chenrezig, to liberate sentient beings from the oceans of samsara suffering and bring to enlightenment….This is an extremely powerful practice, it in an incredible way to develop bodhichitta.” —Lama Zopa Rinpoche
Brève description de vipassana
Nyung-Nä is a Vajrayana practice from the Kriya class of Tantra. It is a powerful and quick way to purify negativities and collect merit, with the ultimate goal of attaining supreme Enlightenment for the benefit of all beings. Meditators in the past have even been known to cure leprosy through this practice.
The Nyung-Nä Retreat is an intensive practice that carries great blessings and is highly praised by Lama Zopa Rinpoche as a supreme method for transforming the mind. The practice includes taking the 24-hour Mahayana precepts every day, with the addition of complete fasting and silence every second day. One does four 2.5 hour sessions of well-structured practice that includes meditation, prostrations, and mantra recitation each day.
This intensive practice is a powerfully effective experiential practice that can be done by anyone with respect and faith for the practice.
The main language will be anglais.
The retreat itself is offered on donation basis. For accommodation fees – if you want to stay at Nalanda, please refer to this page.
During this retreat, on the first day, we take the 8 Mahayana Precepts and practice 3 sessions of the sadhana.
Le second day involves taking the same precepts, plus vows of not eating, drinking, or speaking for 24 hours (note that we still continue reciting prayers and mantras).
- July 4: Check-in, introduction lecture in the evening
- July 5: Practice day #1
- July 6: Practice day #2
- July 7: Check-out
Pour toute question : firstname.lastname@example.org
À propos de l'enseignant
After serving as a resident at the Vajra Yogini Institute, Venerable Charles took ordination in 1989. Since then he has spent several years on solitary retreat in the Pyrenees and in California and regularly guides 108 Nyoung-Nè retreats.
A fully ordained monk, he resides at the Vajra Yogini Institute.