Tsa Lung & Tummo - Tulku Lobsang, Vancouver BC, Sep 15-19

Tsa Lung & Tummo - Tulku Lobsang, Vancouver BC, Sep 15-19

Postby tummo » Tue Jun 21, 2011 9:28 pm

Teachings on Tibetan Yoga: Tsa Lung & Tummo
September 15 - 19, 2011

To register for the teachings, please visit http://tulkulobsang-vancouver.eventbrite.com/

Schedule of Events

How Yoga Leads to Enlightenment: Public Lecture

Thursday, September 15th, 7 pm - 9 pm

The body is a powerful vehicle on the path of mental and spiritual development. By harnessing the energy in the subtle body channels, we can unlock a direct method for reaching the clear light state of mind and realizing our pure nature.

In this lecture Tulku Lobsang will explain:
    Concept of Enlightenment according to Buddhist tradition

    Outline of the general path & methods leading to Enlightenment

    How the practice of yoga can lead to Enlightenment


Tsa Lung: 1-Day Intensive Teaching
Friday, September 16th, 9 am - 5 pm

Tsa Lung is a precious practice that works with the subtle body channels (tsa or nadi) & vital energy flows (lung or prana), by carefully using special movements & visualizations, retaining breath to open channels, release blockages & restore healthy flow of energy.

In this teaching, Tulku Lobsang will explain:

    Concept of our subtle energy body, Channels, Chakras, Energy flows

    Techniques to revive, balance & transform Five Elements in our body

    Techniques to use our body to develop awareness & clarity, generate compassion for the benefit of all beings, realize our true primordial nature

Tulku Lobsang offers a complete practice in this intensive course.

Tummo: 3 Days Intensive Teaching
September 17 - 19th, 9 am - 5 pm

Tummo practice (Inner Heat or Chandali in Sanskrit) is advanced yogic practice & profound spiritual method. Carefully using a series of physical movements, visualizations & breathing, inner heat is generated & spread throughout the body. The energy generated is not primarily to warm the body of practitioner, but to open most subtle channels, support spiritual realizations & achieving Enlightenment.

In this teaching, Tulku Lobsang will explain:
    Physical & breathing techniques, the method to ignite Tummo

    Techniques to generate Great Wisdom & Bliss, achieve clear and calm mind

    Techniques to produce objective results that you can measure, regardless of your beliefs.

While Tummo is an advanced practice, no particular beliefs or prior experience is necessary because this practice works with the natural state of body & energy system.


The Teacher
Tulku Lobsang is a Buddhist master of the Tantrayana tradition and a doctor of Tibetan medicine. Founder of the Nangten Menlang Buddhist Medical Organization, which is located in Vienna, Austria with branches in ten other countries, Tulku Lobsang travels the world sharing his profound knowledge of methods for developing vibrant health of the body, energy and mind. Tulku-la’s warm-heartedness, charisma and humor, make his teachings truly captivating and relevant for modern audiences. In this way, he introduces us all to our innate wisdom.


To register for the teachings, please visit http://tulkulobsang-vancouver.eventbrite.com/

For questions & more information please email: vancouver@tulkulobsang.net
For more information about Tulku Lobsang, please visit: http://www.tulkulobsang.org
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Re: Tsa Lung & Tummo - Tulku Lobsang, Vancouver BC, Sep 15-19

Postby conebeckham » Tue Jun 21, 2011 11:57 pm

Could you tell us what specific lineage of Tummo practice and instruction Tulku Lobsang will be teaching?
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Re: Tsa Lung & Tummo - Tulku Lobsang, Vancouver BC, Sep 15-19

Postby tummo » Wed Jun 22, 2011 11:08 am

conebeckham wrote:Could you tell us what specific lineage of Tummo practice and instruction Tulku Lobsang will be teaching?

Last year he was teaching according to Chakrasamvara in Karma Kamtsang (Karma Kagyu) tradition.

It might be because we had several practitioners with Chakrasamvara empowerment - he asked the audience before the teaching regarding the state of their practice and empowerment they had.
In general, it looks like he has transmissions from other lineages as well. I did not ask about it specifically, but when I asked him questions, he brought 2 texts and showed drawings - one text was Sakya text, another was Kalachakra text.

On a personal note:
Until now I received the teaching on Tummo 3 times from 3 different masters. I have to say that I would not be able to practice Tummo with confidence without Tulku Lobsang's teaching - he explained everything directly in details, showed trulkhor exercises and spent entire day making sure we got them right, the rest of the retreat we spent making sure we got actual experience of Tummo, he explained meditation techniques/how to meditate in 4 sessions and how to overcome different obstacles of practice that may occur to keep it safe.

Also privately he answered my questions to the point, getting to the direct meaning of things, without beating around the bushes (which was quite refreshing, considering it was my first teaching with him).
Later, when I was able to get from India some original texts and translations relating to the practice, I realized that he gave the best teaching on Tummo - it covered everything that was explained in those detailed texts/commentaries.
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