Enjoy a wonderful week of retreat with the Ven. Lama Lhanang Rinpoche practising Dream Yoga in the beautiful Sian Ka’an Nature Reserve. Tenzin Gyatso, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama: “Teachings on dream yoga guide the practitioner in the conscious control of the dream state as well as the bardo state at the end of life.” Dreams, dream yoga, and lucid dreaming have relevance and purpose if they help you wake up out of ignorance and self-delusion.
Dreams can help us to better understand ourselves, our world, and the nature of reality. Dreams introduce us to other dimensions of experience. Here, time and space are much more liquid and plastic; they can be shaped and reshaped almost at will. Dreams hint of other worlds, other lives. They are a glimpse of our afterlife.
Enjoy these teachings in an exquisite paradise on the turquoise Caribbean with the waves and ocean breeze as background. Experience off the grid living amid the pristine glory of nature in a wonderfully healing environment.
Lama Lhanang Rinpoche is an accomplished instructor of meditation, Anu-yoga, art, feng-shui, cultural and historical studies as well as a skilled practitioner of Tibetan medicine. Lama Lhanang supports cultural education, artists, musicians and dancers around the world. He is head of Wisdom Path in Los Angeles and was recently featured on Global TV in a special on Art and Spirit View a video of the 2011 Heart Sutra retreat on u tube at: Buddha on the Beach produced and edited by Peter Bond. View a photo video of 2011 Dzogchen retreat.
The childish work for their own benefit, The Buddhas work for the benefit of others. Just look at the difference between them!”