Living in the moment retreat at Amanpuri

Journey to Peace: Living in the moment

Understanding how to simply let go

Known as the ‘Great Perfection’, Dzogchen is the pinnacle of Vajrayana practice in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, embodying a system of training that awakens the intrinsic nature of the mind to reveal its original essence – utterly perfect and free from duality. This six-night retreat introduces the meditation practice and its theory, guiding participants to let thoughts arise and depart without judgement or action – simply letting go and letting be – to better occupy and live in the present moment.

Amanpuri Amanpuri Wellness Amanpuri

19 - 25 November 2022


 

On Phuket's golden coastline within Amanpuri's peaceful embrace, Geshe La leads a transformative weeklong journey into Dzogchen practice, with a daily programme of meditation, chanting and group workshops. Each day is devoted to a different step of the Fivefold Teaching. Including six nights’ accommodation, full board and a 90-minute Grounding massage on the day of arrival, the retreat guides participants to still unquiet minds and find solace and clarity in the present moment.

 

Inclusions:

  • Six nights’ accommodation
     
  • One 90-minute Aman signature Grounding massage 
     
  • Daily 60-minute group lesson: morning meditation and breathing
     
  • Daily 90- or 120-minute group workshop - Day 2: Changing perception; Day 3: Letting go of attachment and acceptance; Day 4: Calm breath, calm mind; Day 5: Living Mindfully; Day 6: Healing anger and living mindfully
     
  • Daily 90-minute group lesson: evening chanting, mantra and meditation
     
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day
     
  • Transfers to and from the airport

 

 

  • Living in the Moment Retreat is valid for new bookings only, subject to availability, and cannot be combined with any other exclusive offer. Bookings are to be made through Amanpuri 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.