Instructor: Lama Kunga
Begin: Friday, December 15 at 7 PM
End: Sunday, February 17 after lunch
Course fee: 150 Euros [includes all meals and accommodation]
Vajrayogini is generally considered the central ‘yidam’ or meditational diety in the Kagyu lineage. She appears in the classic dancing pose of the wisdom dakini as the personification of emptiness, her semi-wrathful naked appearance representing the naked realisation of mind’s nature. Though her dancing posture seems playful, she represents a fearsome and passionate compassion that demands our utmost respect. The Vajrayogini practice requires extensive preparation and study.
The first part of the Vajrayogini practice, the „Outer Practice“, allows us to become familiar with the deeper meanings underlying her outer appearance and her environment.
For those who want to take part in the Vajrayogini practice phase of the Three-Year-Retreat, the practice will start on January 1, 2018 with the evening session and will continue on for one year with outer, inner and secret practice phases. The schedule for teachings on the inner and secret practice is not yet finished.
An interview with Lama Kunga is mandatory in order to join in this practice phase.