The teachings of Yangti Nagpo ("Black Quintessence") are a cycle of teachings belonging to the "Yangti" class of Ati Yoga teachings of the Nyingma Tradition. A lineage holder of the Yangti Nagpo Cycle, Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche has taken upon himself the responsibility of upholding, preserving, and disseminating these unique practices both in Asia and the United States. *Anyone interested in joining this retreat must have permission to attend from Rinpoche prior to registering. Please email Khenpo Namchak Dorji at firstname.lastname@example.org to request permission.
Vajra Group (Year 1) ~ September 13th - September 20th Register Now for the Vajra Group
Pema Group (Year 3) ~ September 22nd - October 6th
Restricted to those students who completed the year two requirements. Register Now for the Pema Group
Karma/Buddha Group (Years 4 & 5) ~ September 13th - September 22nd
Restricted. Closed group. Register Now for the Karma/Buddha Group
Svabhavikakaya Group (Year 7) ~ September 27th - October 6th
Restricted. Closed group. Register Now for the Svabhavikakaya Group
We will offer a tsog feast beginning at 6:30 pm. Please bring food and drink to share. Your help with clean up afterward is greatly appreciated.
This year's teachings, oral transmissions and empowerments have once again been opened to all serious Vajrayana practitioners, including those who were not in attendance in 2018.
The 2019 retreat will be a continuation of the Nyingtig Yabzhi oral transmissions and teachings on Longchenpa's Finding Rest in the Nature of Mind (Volume 1 of the Finding Rest trilogy. Tibetan: Semnyi Ngalso). In addition, Rinpoche has decided to bestow the complete empowerments related to the Longchen Nyingtig root texts according to the special arrangement of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.
November 1 - 10: Morning session 9 am - Noon. Lunch break. Afternoon session 2 pm - 5 pm.
Upon the request of Gochen Tulku Namchak Sang-ngag Rinpoche, H.H. Kyabe Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche Gyurme Chokyi Senge has kindly accepted to bestow the rarely offered reading transmission (lung) of the entirety of the collected works of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo (Pema Osal Do-ngak Lingpa) and all the empowerments of the incredible Seven Modes of Transmission. Please contact email@example.com for more information.