Dates and Retreat Schedule(subject to change) April 6 - check in by 4pm April 6, 7pm: First session of the retreat April 7–13: Two sessions of sadhana practice and two sessions of commentary by Geshe Ngawang Dakpa April 14 - 26: Four sessions of sadhana practice. April 27: Last session of the retreat followed by fire puja. Check out April 27 after lunch; or April 28 at 11am. April 28 morning: Self-entry of Yamantaka
Levels of Participation
- Yamantaka Commentary: April 7–13. Note the commitment: to undertake the qualifying retreat with fire puja in the future.
- Yamantaka Commentary and retreat: April 6 - 13
- Full retreat with Fire Puja: April 6 - 27; April 28: Self-Entry Practice
- Please email [email protected] with the subject line: Yamantaka Qualifying Retreat
- You will be sent a questionnaire via Google Form.
- Once we have sent you your confirmation, please go ahead and book your retreat online.
Retreat CostOnly shared accommodation available. We are offering two retreat prices with a reduced rate for those with financial difficulties. The full amount better enables us to cover the costs of hosting the retreat. Full retreat with Self Entry Practice: April 6, (dinner included)–April 28 (lunch included)
- Shared room: $1,670 / $2000
- Double Room: $2,000 / $2330
- Sangha: $450
- Shared room: $1,610 / $1925
- Double Room: $1925 / $2240
- Sangha: $450
- Shared room: $655 / 750
- Double Room: $760 / 885
- Single Room: $1,075 / $1170
Create skies of merit and much benefit for those who are touched by your generosity by sponsoring all or part of the retreat! Your generous sponsorship will allow Land of Medicine Buddha to offer reduced rates to Sangha and other Dharma practitioners with limited resources. We will dedicate for all our sponsors throughout the retreat.Sign up online to be a sponsor or to contact the Director to discuss alternate sponsorship opportunities. Cash and check donations may be sent via US Postal Service or hand delivered.
All donations are tax-deductible.
Retreat LeaderVenerable Steve Carlier (Thubten Sherab) was born in the UK, and has been studying Buddhism since 1977. He first met Lama Yeshe, the founder of the FPMT, and Lama Zopa, its current head, in 1978. He was ordained as a Buddhist monk by Lama Zopa Rinpoche in 1979 and received full ordination from Serkong Tsenshab Rinpoche the following year. He studied for eleven years at Nalanda Monastery in France with the revered abbot emeritus of Sera Je Monastery, Khensur Jampa Tegchog, and also served as this great master's interpreter. From 1993 to 2004 he followed the Nalanda (India) tradition of studies at Sera Je Monastery in India. He is currently teaching the Basic Program and other courses at Land of Medicine Buddha, as well as leading retreats.
|Date(s):||April 6 - 28|
|Instructor/Leader:||Geshe Ngawang Dakpa, Venerable Steve Carlier|
|Type of event:||retreat|
|Number of sessions:||3 weeks|
|Participation:||Open to Initiates only|
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Registration and Donations for Yamantaka Qualifying Retreat (las rung)
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