Danakosha Finland
Danakosha Finland

Tibetan Buddhist Community in the Nyingma Tradition

Konchog Chidu drubchen retreat

Danakosha has a great joy to announce that Tulku Dakpa Rinpoche will lead a Konchok Chidu drubchen in Finland from December 26th 2012 to January 1st 2013. Drubchen is an especially powerful group retreat, and its purpose is to bring harmony to sentient beings, remove obstacles brought by the imbalance of the five elements, such as earthquakes and floods, and further world peace and smooth, harmonious and stable advancement of the noble Buddhadharma in Finland.

Drubchen is a traditional Tibetan Buddhist group retreat, and it is considered to be particularly powerful. It is said to act as a remedy to the negative forces at work in the world, and to promote inner peace, peace within the community and world peace. Danakosha has organized a Konchog Chidu drubchen also in the previous two years. They have been very successful and brought much joy and inspiration to the participants.

Konchok Chidu means the "Embodiment of the Precious Ones." It is a Guru Rinpoche practice which encompasses all the Three Roots - outer peaceful Padmasambhava as the Guru, inner wrathful Padmasambhava as the Yidam, and secret Padmasambhava in the form of Simhamukha as the Dakini. The terma was discovered by the terton Jatson Nyingpo, a reincarnation of Nyongben Tingzin Zangpo, a close student of Padmasambhava. Konchog Chidu is a very profound and wide cycle of teachings, and it is one of the highest and most secret way of accomplishing Padmasambhava's mind.

You can read more about Konchog Chidu here.

Everybody is welcome to participate in the drubchen, and especially the members of Danakosha Mandala are strongly encouraged to take part. We ask for a participation fee of 190 euros, or 150 euros for the students and unemployed. Please contact us if you are not a eligible for the aforementioned discount, but would nevertheless like to request a discount due to your financial situation. Please register by December 15th.

For some it may be difficult to arrange free time for a whole week, even though one might so wish. Those who are unable to attend the drubchen, may nonetheless have a connection with it and accumulate merit through offering to the expenses. There are many costs in organizing a drubchen, such as meals for the participants every day, or tsog and butter lamp offerings every day. It is a Tibetan custom to offer for example the meals for everyone for one day. If you would like to give an offering for the expenses, please send us email.


Wed 26.12: Starts at 16:00

Thu 27.12 - Mon 31.12:
6 - 8:30: Practice
8:30 - 9:30: Breakfast
9:30 - 11:30: Practice
11:30 - 14: Lunch
14 - 15:30: Practice
15:30 - 16: Tea break
16 - 17:30: Practice

Tue 1.1: 6 - 10: Practice and receiving blessings of the week's practice, followed by a party. Receiving the blessings starts at 9 am. Everybody is welcome to receive the blessings and to the party, even if they have not attended the drubchen. Those who wish to participate only in the party can come at 11 am.

Place: Danakosha Dharma Center, Museokatu 17 A, 00100 Helsinki, Finland

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