WHEN: 11. oktoober 2019 @ 10:00 – 15. oktoober 2019 @ 18:00
WHERE: Sorig Khang Estonia, Väluste school, Väluste küla, Viljandimaa
CONTACT: attmestonia@gmail.com

 11-12th October 2019 – Karmamudra teachings. Väluste School, Estonia

Karmamudra – The Yoga of Bliss by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang 
(Friday-Saturday) October 11th – 12th: 10am-6pm, with lunch break
100 Euros (reduced fees available for low-income + special needs + SK Estonia Volunteers)
Registration Deadline: 30th September

Karmamudra refers to the ancient Buddhist yoga of bliss, Also known as ‘The Path of Skillful Means’ or ‘The Path of Great Bliss’, Karmamudra uses powerful meditation techniques to transform ordinary pleasure, worldly desire, and orgasm into vehicles for spiritual transformation and inner liberation. Dr Nida Chenagtsang explores both bio-medical and traditional Tibetan ideas about sexual health and well-being, Physical yogas, breathing exercises with meditation of Karmamudra will be introduced in this 2-day teaching  by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang.
There are no pre-requisites to attend this course, You would understand more from this course if you have done 7-day retreat of YN Ngondro practice or Root Tantra studies, you may come alone or with your partner.

13th – 14th October 2019 – Subtle Anatomy According to Tibetan Medicine and Vajrayana. Väluste School, Estonia

Subtle Anatomy According to Tibetan Medicine and Vajrayana by Dr.Nida Chenagtsang 
(Sunday-Monday) October 13th – 14th: 10am-6pm, with lunch break
100 Euros (reduced fees available for low-income + special needs + SK Estonia Volunteers)

Introduction of the Course:
The knowledge about subtle anatomy derives from Tantric Buddhism, It is originally mentioned by Yuthok Yonten Gonpo in the Spiritual text – Yuthok Nyingthig as an additional subject to Traditional Tibetan Medicine. This is considered a Vajrayana text for Tibetan medicine practitioners, the main goal is to understand the spiritual enlightenment through Tibetan medical point of view, a balanced mental, energetic and physical level is vital in terms of achieving spiritual enlightenment.
Content of the Course:
Vajra Anatomy (2 days) introduces:

  • Anatomy of and processes within channels and chakras (རྩ་འཁོར rtsa ‘khor) of the subtle vajra body
  • Classification and characteristics of elemental energies (རླུང rlung) and vibrations of the subtle vajra speech
  • Explanations about the mind’s essence (ཐིག་ལེ thigle) and different consciousnesses and aspects such as bliss and clarity
  • Union of the Three Vajras and their equivalents in different dimensions

There are no pre-requisites to attend this course, It will be helpful if you have studied Root tantra or KuNye level 1, generally, all are welcomed to participate.

Registration Deadline: 30th September

15th October 2019 Yuthok Nyingthig Long Life Empowerment and ‘La’ Hooking. Väluste School, Estonia

Yuthok Nyingthig Long Life Empowerment and ‘La’ Hooking with Dr. Nida Chenagtsang
Tuesday, October 15: 10am-6pm, with lunch break
50Euros (reduced fees available for low-income + special needs + SK Estonia Volunteers)

La (Tib: བླ) is our subtle life force, the pure energy of the five elements that circulates within the body according to the lunar cycle. The La energy, closely connected with our consciousness protects and nourishes both the physical body and the mind.  La can be compromised due to chronic illness, stress, physical or emotional trauma, or aggressive medical treatments. Traditionally it is said that our La energy can also be ‘stolen’ by negative influences from the outside. Signs of loss of La energy include lack of strength and stability in the physical body, chronic fatigue, anxiety and depression, and a mind that is full of confusion and doubts.

In this one day rare teaching Dr Nida Chenagtsang will explain La energy from both a medical and spiritual perspective. He will then confer the long life empowerment from the Yuthok Nyingthig tradition and ‘hook’ back the lost La from the ten directions and return it to one’s own body in order to restore physical health and vitality, happiness and clarity.

This is an excellent course for Vajrayana Buddhist practitioners of any lineage, or for anyone simply seeking greater health of body, energy, and mind. It is also a highly practical teaching for healthcare practitioners who are seeking a deeper understanding of the subtle causes of imbalance in their patients.

Registration Deadline: 30th September

There are no pre-requisites to attend this course and receive the empowerment!  However in order to perform this La hooking practice on behalf of others, it is required to complete one seven day Yuthok Nyingthig ngöndro preliminary practice retreat and one seven day Outer Guru Yoga retreat either alone or in a group. Group retreats are organized by Sorig Khang Estonia, please visit www.attmestonia.ee for information.  A retreat may also be completed alone, please inquire about receiving instructions and advice from a qualified Sorig Khang retreat guide.

Registration is through Sorig Khang Estonia, and events will be held at Väluste school.

Väluste school, 69704
Väluste village, Viljandi county, Estonia

Sleeping will be arranged inside or nearby Väluste school:
Single Bed in shared rooms with clean sheets and warm quilts prepared: 5€/night (we have limited beds, whoever pays firsts, gets the bed first.)
Sleeping in the Big hall with one’s own sleeping bag: 3€/night.
If Väluste is not your option, we can help to arrange hotel in nearby Town (20kms) away or accommodation place 9 km from Väluste school.

Food and drinks:
10 euros per day (Three simple vegetarian meals )

Olev Poolamets (+372 56622588)
Madis Seinberg (+372 56909186)
Drukmo Gyal (+37258981822)

Email: attmestonia@gmail.com

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang was born in Amdo, in Eastern Tibet. Interested in the traditional healing science of his people, he began his early medical studies at the local Tibetan Medicine hospital. Later he gained scholarship entry to Lhasa Tibetan Medical University, where he completed his medical education in 1996. Dr. Nida completed his practical training at the Tibetan Medicine hospitals in Lhasa and Lhoka. He has published many articles and books on Sowa Rigpa (Traditional Tibetan Medicine), has extensively researched ancient Tibetan healing methods, and has gained high acclaim in the East and West for his revival of traditional Tibetan external healing therapies. He has published many articles and books on Sowa Riga and its spiritual counterpart, the Yuthok Nyingthig Vajrayana Buddhist tradition. Dr. Nida is the Co-Founder and Medical Director of Sorig Khang International and Co-Founder of the International Ngakmang Institute, established to preserve and maintain the Rebkong Ngakpa yogic culture within modern Tibetan society. Dr. Nida trains students in Sowa Rigpa and the Yuthok Nyingthig spiritual tradition in over 40 countries around the world. Fluent in English and known for his accessible and humorous style.  To learn more about Dr. Nida Chenagtsang visit: www.sorig.net

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