Since ancient times meditative practices from a variety of spiritual traditions have used sound and its vibration as an essential tool for healing. Through the singing and chanting of sacred syllables and mantras - spiritual practitioners, healers and lay persons may access purification and restore harmony to a range of physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual dimensions.
The Tibetan Bön Buddhist tradition is one of the oldest unbroken lineages of wisdom to make use of sound for the well-being of its practitioners. Guided by the mind and carried by the breath through subtle channels, the power of sound opens the potential to heal illness and dissolve energetic disturbances, and to awaken positive qualities, such as love, joy, compassion and equanimity.
Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche will guide us in the simple yet elegant practice of the Five Warrior Syllables as revealed in ancient texts from the Bön Buddhist spiritual tradition of Tibet. Singing or chanting these five “seed syllables” or sacred sounds, known for their healing properties, while bringing our attention to five corresponding chakras or energy centers in the body, creates a powerful resonance that is direct and potent medicine that can heal at all levels of experience—physical, emotional and mental. This practice provides a step by step method to experience positive change in yourself, in your relationships with family, friends, and colleagues, and in relation to your community and culture.
Suggested reading: Tibetan Sound Healing by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
At this weekend teaching Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche will also introduce participants the practice of long life by Tsewang Rigdzin, the ‘King of Long Life’. This practice not only helps us in living a longer, but a more meaningful life for all sentient beings. The teaching concludes with the transmission (lung) of this practice so that all participants will be able to continue practices at home or our community’s group practice sessions.
Teaching is in English with Hungarian and Romanian translation.
Saturday, 9 September 2017:9 am – 12.30 pm: Tibetan Sound Healing – Teaching, common practice with half an hour break12.30 pm – 2 pm: Lunchbreak 2 pm – 5.30 pm: Tibetan Sound Healing – Teaching, common practice with half an hour break 5.30 pm – 6 pm: Questions and Answers Sunday, 10 September 20179 am – 12.30 pm: Long life practice – Teaching, common practice with half an hour break12.30 pm – 2 pm: Lunchbreak 2 pm – 5.30 pm: Long life practice – Teaching, common practice and transmission (lung) with half an hour break
Introduction on Friday: Hall on the1st floor (space is limited to 180)Saturday-Sunday teaching: Theater Hall
Since the space for the Friday introduction is limited only the first 180 confirmed participants will be able to attend. We plane to transmit on Facebook transmission this part for those who can not be there. NO MORE SPACE FOR FRIDAY, REGISTRATION IS ONLY POSSIBLE FOR SATURDAY-SUNDAY.
Please fill out this form only once, and will send you further information to your email address.
Without prior email registration, the offering is 80EUR to be paid at the registration desk.
Registration on-site will be open on Friday, 8th Sept from 16.30 and on Saturday 9 Sept from 7.30 in morning.
Please note, that accommodation shall be organized individually. Below you find a couple of options that you can check. These are located in the proximity of the venue:Hotels:3 minutes walk from the venue: Jagello Hotel http://jagellobusinesshotel.hu/en8-10 minutes walk from the venue: Novotel Budapest City Hotel: http://www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-0511-novotel-budapest-city/index.shtml
Other Hotels*** nearby:Charles Hotel http://www.charleshotel.hu/Hotel Bara http://www.hotelbara.hu/en/index.phpVilla Hotel Kristal http://kristal.hu/eng/homepage