NgalSo Tantric Self-healing
The Glorious Wheel of Peace Time: meditation on Kalachakra to create the pure crystal energy body, light and nectar, achieving inner peace and connecting this world to Shambala.
The Tantra of Kalachakra gives us the key to understand and harmonize the energies of body and mind with those of the world we live in. During the seminar, participants are guided through a series of exercises that use the body, sound, concentration and visualisation.
This year, during the annual NgalSo Kalachakra retreat, we will look at the Inner Kalachakra which explains the relationship between the outer universe and our three psychophysical components (wind, bile and phlegm), the five elements and our consciousness. Many of the key concepts of Himalayan medicine are taken out from the inner chapter of the Kalachakra tantra. We will look how our biotype (wind, bile and phlegm) is affected by the time of the year, the movement of the planets, our diet, behaviour and many other factors, all very useful to take care of our own health and well being.
• Recognition and better management of inner states and emotions that attack and block personal clarity, quality of vision and the ability to act deliberately.
• Increased physical and mental relaxation and improvement of one’s own skills.
• Positive Management of time, prevention of work-related stress and psychological discomforts such as burnout.
• Physical and emotional flexibility.
• Growth and balancing of one’s vital energy and a greater ability to meet the challenges of modern life.
• Improvement of relationships with others and the ability to cooperate and collaborate.
• Greater success and harmony in daily actions, both in the home environment, at work and in society.
Commentary of the Guru Puja with Lama Michel Rinpoche
The Guru Puja is a practice for Buddhist followers, a compendium of teachings of the Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana traditions that show how to integrate Lam Rim, Lojong and Mahamudra practices and help us to meditate on the three principal Yidams of the Gelugpa School.