The Drikung Garchen Institute is a Drikung Kagyu center in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition under the spiritual guidance of H.E. Garchen Rinpoche. We offer teachings, seminars, regular meditations and meditation retreats.
Here the link for all livestreams of the Event with H.E. Garchen Rinpoche in Munich beginning from 04.10.2016:
Program with Garchen Rinpoche – Tickets in "Das Schloss", Schwere – Reiter – Strasse 15, 80637 München
As we have enough seats available in Schlosszelt a registration form isn’t necessary. You can buy tickets directly in Schlosszelt.
VISIT OF H.E. Garchen Rinpoche
And H.E. TOGDAN Rinpoche
04.10. - 11.10.2016
All events with H.E. Garchen Rinpoche from 04.10. until 11.10.2016
take place in “Schloss”, Schwere-Reiter-Straße 15, 80637 München.
Drubpon Tsering Rinpoche leads various retreats and meditation courses almost every month, suitable for beginners as well as for advanced practitioners:
Amitabha Retreat (18.06.), Tsa Lung Tigle Teachings Part II (10.12. - 11.12.), Medicin Buddha Retreat (28.12. - 31.12.)
For more details please click on "program" or on "weekly meditations".
Yamantaka Drubchen - Description
The Yamantaka Drubchen differs in many ways from other drubchens and practices. In the past in Tibet this drubchen was only open to those who had taken vows of ordination and who had completed the common preliminary practices (Ngöndro) as well as the particular preliminary practices of Yamantaka.
Die Yahoo-Gruppe dient ausschließlich der Kommunikation über das Programm des DGI.
On Friday 16th January we start with a new study group on the "Thirty-seven Practices of a Bodhisattva" with Ulli Kupzog. Ulli has been a Dharma practicioner since 1978.
The study group will be every second Friday 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
H.E. Garchen Rinpoche considers these practices as essential for all his students. We therefore recommend all newcomers to study in advance the teachings on the 37 practices of H.E. Garchen Rinpoche .
We invite you to our ongoing study group on Gampopa's "Jewel Path of Liberation", the gradual path towards enlightenment.
Gampopa (1074-1153) was one of the heart disciples of Milarepa and is considered the original founder of the Kagyu schools of Tibetan Buddhism.
New dates for the study group in 2015:
starting from January 18,th 2015 the group will meet every second Sunday from 2:00-4:00 pm!
We are looking for volunteers for different kind of work at our center. Please contact us if you have the time and opportunity to help us. details