Sep 25 – 26 2021


5:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Shambhala Prayer Times

AEST Melbourne Timezone

Saturday September 25
Session 1 5:00 PM AEST
Session 2 7:30 PM AEST
Session 3 10:00 PM AEST

Sunday September 26
Session 4 5:00 PM AEST
Session 5 7:30 PM ASEST
Session 6 10:00 PM AEST

In this free two day teaching and practice retreat, Khentrul Rinpoche will give a line by line commentary on the 3 prayers he wrote about the Sublime Realm of Shambhala. This is a deep dive into the layers of Shambhala. We explore concepts from what is Shambhala, how we can relate to it in our life and through our death.

He will bestow the Oral Transmission of 3 Shambhala Prayers. This course will be livestreamed on Facebook.

To receive the Oral Transmissions you need to be registered. They are only available in Zoom.

For those who have the Profound Path of Vajra Yoga, the first two prayers are in there.Make an offering of Dana to Khentrul Rinpoche
It is common for those requesting an empowerment or transmission to make an offering. You can do so online here.

For those who need an introduction to Shambhala, we recommend Rinpoche’s newest book The Realm of Shambhala as preperatory reading.The Realm of Shambhala presents the Kalachakra Tantra’s multilayered approach to Shambhala as taught by the Tibetan Buddhist Jonang tradition. Understood to be an ancient kingdom and physical place, Shambhala is also taught to be an exalted state of mind attainable by all through practice. Through cultivating peace and extending it into harmonious relationships with others, the transformative power of Shambhala can enter everyday life.

This book details the tradition’s perspective on the origins of Kalachakra literature and includes extensive lineage narratives of Jonang masters who have upheld this tradition in India and Tibet. Khentrul Rinpoche joins practical teachings with a vision for humanity rooted in ancient prophecy. The Kalachakra Tantra foresees a golden age, when the individual peace attained through Kalachakra practice spreads to humankind as a whole. The Realm of Shambhala lays out a vision for how we can cultivate an unbiased mind, overcome our collective afflictions, and usher in an era of perfect peace.