We are very excited to offer this wonderful opportunity to learn from this spiritual master, Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche during our residential retreat October 28-30, 2016. The topic of the five elements provides us with a powerful practice to bring healing and balance to your life.
For this retreat we have chosen to do a residential retreat. This enhances our ability to fully commit and be present with the teachings and to receive the support of your spiritual practice and fellow practitioners.
If you are interested to learn more about Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche, his Yeru Bön Center has its own podcast called Door to Bön. Through his website there are also several online classes for you to explore.
Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche will be holding a retreat in Heathcote, Ontario at Kimbercote Farm October 28-30, 2016. The topic is the Five Elements practice. This teaching is about learning to balance the elemental energies within our inner mind and body as well as in our surrounding environment.
Those interested please get in touch and I will add you to our contact sheet so that you will be the first to know when registration opens for this wonderful opportunity!
I hope you are well in heart and spirit. 💗🌺💗
We pray for all sentient beings, we make offerings to the land, the elements and we send our love and blessings to all of you wherever and whoever you are!
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there were two significant earthquakes in Nepal Saturday April 25, 2015. The first was at 06:11:26 (UTC) with a local magnitude of 7.8, 34km ESE of Lamjung, Nepal or 77 km NW of Kathmandu, Nepal and the second was at 06:45:21 (UTC) a local magnitude of 6.6, 49km East of Lamjung, Nepal. If you are located in North America, the earthquake took place very early in the morning or late Friday night, depending on your time zone.
This is not the first time the Himalayan region has had massive earthquakes. While for the last 10 years Nepal has numerous earthquakes each year, they usually range in magnitude for 4.0-6.0. The last time the region suffered from such a massive earthquake was in 1934 where more than 16,000 people lost their lives in both Nepal and India combined (National Seismological Centre).