Shamatha Meditation
Online Retreat

June 27th through Monday, June 29th, 2020


Saturday, June 27th    NY Eastern Time
1.30 pm - 3.30 pm    Introduction to Shamatha
4.30 pm -  6.00 pm    Practice Transmission      

Sunday June 28th
1.30 pm - 3.30 pm    Practice
4.30 pm -  6.00 pm    Practice

Monday, June 29th NY Eastern Time
7+30 pm - 9.00 pm    Practice

Saturday’s session is required, Rinpoche will be giving teachings and instructions.

  • Suggested donation is $20 USD per day or $50 USD for 3 days, (if you are able to do so).

  • Translation from Tibetan to English with Robert Clark, and translation to Spanish will be also provided.

  • You will receive the Zoom's link upon registration.

  • Instructions and Prayers will be sent to registered participants few days prior to the event.

Thank You

Help us to encourage and enable the well-being and the development of the people facing sufferings of all types. 

When Phakyab Rinpoche was in New York, suffering from gangrene and diabetes, he was cured by the intensive practice of Healing energies. By following the Dalai Lama's proposal, Rinpoche began transmitting these Healing practices.

This Shamatha Meditation, referred to by Rinpoche “Shamatha of Healing” is a complete practice which incorporates both a purification phase of the 5 main chakras, a phase of concentration that will bring the practitioner's mind to rest and a phase of practice of compassion associated with the practice of emptiness.

The heart of Shamatha's practice and all the practices passed on by Phakyab Rinpoche, is the motivation of Bodhicitta, the spirit of altruistic enlightenment. By developing our compassion towards all sentient beings, not only will we progress and succeed in obtaining mental calm, we will quickly understand the interest of practicing this meditation. It allows us to develop Compassionate Love and the spirit of altruistic awakening.

This Shamatha retreat for all levels is intended for beginners as well as those who have accumulated a number of hours of practice. It is non-binding, and everyone is invited to continue the practice at their own pace.

Note: In the event of proven illness, this practice does not in any way replace our Western medicine. It is an additional element promoting healing processes.

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