Post Spring Festival Retreat with Gen Losang Kelsang

ENJOYING EVERYTHING AS PURE

In this Retreat we train in powerful tantric technology to transform our limited and painful state of mind into complete purity, freedom an joy.
By receiving the blessings of Buddha Vajrasattva continually we gradually transform our impure being, world and enjoyments into the blissful experience of a Buddha.

     Teacher

Gen Losang Kelsang was ordained as a Buddhist monk in 1983, spent several years in retreat under the guidance of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, and later taught Kadam Dharma in many countries. He is lovingly regarded by his students for his insightful teachings and serves as an inspiration through his devoted practice.

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Timetable

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Costs

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“Patience is a mind that is able to accept fully and happily, whatever occurs. It is much more than just gritting our teeth and putting up with things. Being patient means to welcome wholeheartedly whatever arises, having given up the idea that things should be other than what they are.”

 – Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Everyone is Welcome

to this special retreat!

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When

May 30th – June 05th, 2019

The retreat starts on Thursday evening, May 30th with a introduction in the temple. Supper will be served at 6pm.

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Where

From the airport (Zurich, Geneva, Basel or Milano):
It will take you 3-4 hours from all the airports with public transport. Take the train to Visp and then the regional train to Stalden-Saas. From Stalden railroad station you can take a bus to Törbel. The bus stop there is called ‘Törbel Post’.

By train:
All major cities in Switzerland offer very good connections to Visp. From there take the regional train to Stalden-Saas. From Stalden railroad station you can take a bus to Törbel. The bus stop there is called ‘Törbel Post’.

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Costs

More detailed information will be on the left side soon.

Language and Translation

This course will be held in English and translated into German, however we try to help to organise more translations if possible.

Volunteering

Kailash IRC is a charity and the Retreat Centre is run by a few volunteers. It is also fun to connect with fellow retreaters while helping out with small tasks. For this reason every participant helps with some jobs (e.g. chopping vegetables, washing dishes, tidying up etc). and the final cleaning at the end of the course.

Find here more practical information about your stay.

More questions?

For more information please contact us via email (info@kailash.org) or phone (+41 (0)27 203 22 22).