Journey to Peace: Silent Retreat

Focusing on the four foundations of mindfulness

Our busy everyday lives are full of noise and distractions that disturb our sense of harmony and pull us away from the essential truth of our being. A three-night programme at Amantaka, is designed to help guests shut out the noise and cultivate a sense of stillness and peace.

Amankora Amanpuri Journey to Peace

18-21 November 2021


The Silent Retreat focuses on the four foundations of mindfulness – awareness of the body and the senses, of the heart and feelings, of the mind and thoughts, and of the essential impermanence of life. Incorporating a Nourishing Massage, all meals and four daily sessions with Geshe La, the Silent Retreat should be taken as an extension of the Embracing Impermanence programme or for those of advanced practice.



  • 6 nights’ accommodation
  • One 90-minute Aman signature Grounding massage on the day of arrival
  • Daily 90-minute group lesson: morning meditation and breathing
  • Daily 120- or 90-minute group workshop
  • Daily 90-minute group lesson: evening chanting, mantra and meditation
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day
  • Transfers to and from the airport


  • The Silent Retreat is valid for new bookings only, subject to availability, and cannot be combined with any other exclusive. Bookings are to be made through Amantaka directly. Cancellations and payments as per Aman’s standard terms.
Journey to Peace

The makings of mastery

Geshe La became a Buddhist monk when he was just 13 years old, taking his vows at the revered Nangzhig Bönpo monastery. In the three decades since, his spiritual journey has taken him all over the world, from studying with the 14th Dalai Lama to introducing and teaching the YungDrung Bon Buddhism in Canada, where he currently resides. Today, he is one of a very few Bon spiritual masters living in the west and qualified to offer this teaching. 

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