A Nyung Nä retreat is a two-day meditation, fasting and purification practice based on the sadhana of Thousand-Armed Chenrezig, the Buddha of compassion. It is an extremely powerful way to heal illnesses, purify negative karma, and open the heart to compassion. It is an effective spiritual, mental and physical detox!
Each two-day Nyung Nä involves taking the eight Mahayana precepts, maintaining silence, and doing prayer recitations, and prostrations. The second day includes fasting for 24 hours (food and drink). You are welcome to participate in any single (two-day) retreat or complete all three. Completing a Nyung Nä retreat is an extremely powerful method of cleansing negativities and accumulating merit.
No specific empowerments are needed!
Join us to bring to light positive states of mind and discover for yourself the nature of serious retreat during this special annual event.
Introduction Sun 19th May 4pm - 8pm (no charge)
Nyung Nä 1 Mon 20th May 5am – Wed 22nd May 7am
Nyung Nä 2 Wed 22nd May 5am – Fri 24th May 7am
Nyung Nä 3 Fri 24th May 5am –Sun 26th May 7am
Sunday 19th May 4pm – Sunday 26th 7am. Facility fee for each Nyung Nä is $77 (includes accommodation (two nights) and food (lunch on day one and breakfast at the end). Bookings essential!
Note: Completion of three Nyung Näs is a component of the Special Integration module of the Discovering Buddhism programme.
Venerable Ailsa Cameron Ordained in 1987 and is a devoted student of Lama Zopa Rinpoche. Ailsa has been editing Lama Zopa’s teachings for the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive since 1984 and is director of the Tushita Mahayana Meditation Centre in New Dehli, India.
ONCE YOU HAVE BOOKED FOR THE RETREAT, YOU NEED TO READ AND COMPLETE A CONSENT FORM - here it is Nyung Na consent form
Pop it in the mail or scan and email it to Reception - firstname.lastname@example.org