Moving Being

an introduction to the psychophysical systems of the Aro gTér Tradition

Weekend event with Tsül'dzin

11 - 12th March

Saturday: 9.30 - 16.00
Sunday: 10.00 - 13.00
Dance Makers tanssistudiot/Dance Studios
Aleksis Kiven katu 32
Helsinki, Finland
Jong Dar is a term that covers the physical practices of the Aro gTér Tradition of Vajrayana Buddhism, these psychophysical systems explore our intrinsic pervasive energy, dynamic drive and enthusiasm.
This weekend practical workshop, taught by Rang zhin and Tsül’dzin will look at two of these systems:

Ying’khor comprises of 25 exercises that employ the co-ordination of subtle movements, visualisations, breath and sound.

sKu-mNyé is a system of 111 physical exercises that ‘massage’ the ‘spatial nerves’ of the energetic body – giving rise to extraordinary sensations. In these nyams it is possible to find the presence of non-dual awareness—rigpa—momentary enlightenment.

This workshop is suitable for complete beginners, it is also ideal for anyone who has some experience.

Saturday will be focused on explanation and instruction, Sunday will have more emphasis on revision, questions and how to continue and to develop a practice.

Jong-dar is an abbreviation of jong-dar chčd pa.
Jong (sByong) means: to distil, practise, train, exercise; or dispel.
Dar (rDar) means: to grind, sharpen, hone, perfect, or polish.

English will be the main language, but explanations will be possible in Finnish as well.

'Every human being is animated by moving patterns of energy - they are rich, vivid and powerful. We can discover these subtle landscapes of energy within ourselves.'
Khandro Déchen

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€30.00 non refundable, payable via bank transfer when registering, this covers the studio rent

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All Aro gTer retreats are non-smoking events. Smokers are welcome to attend, but in accordance with Nyingma teaching, and Vajrayana Buddhism in general, we require participants to desist from the smoking of tobacco for the entire duration of the retreat – both on or off the premises where retreats are held. Tobacco in any form should not be brought to the retreat.