About the Course
Gen Devi will lead this special retreat based on the commentary to the practices of Heruka Body Mandala and Vajrayogini given at the International Fall Festival. This is a precious opportunity to immerse ourselves in these sublime meditations guided by a highly qualified and experienced practitioner. Through taking these meditations deep into our heart, we can integrate them into our daily life, thereby transforming every moment of our life into the Blissful Path to Keajra Pure Land.
Teaching in English with Cantonese translation
4- Day Retreat (16 October evening – 19 October noon)
7- Day Retreat (16 October evening – 22 October noon)
Accommodation and Fees (per person)
|7- Day (16-22/10)||Double / Twin Room||$4,500|
|5-pax room with bathroom||$3,400|
|6-8 dorm (TTP/FP students)||$2,500|
|4- Day (16-19/10)||Double / Twin Room||$2,800|
|5-pax room with bathroom||$1,900|
|6-8 dorm (TTP/FP students)||$1,500|
- Booking is essential if you prefer to stay in double or triple room. Priority will be given to those who register for the entire 7-days retreat.
- For double / twin and triple rooms, please find your own roommate(s).
- Each participant has to do an individual on-line registration. You will be contacted within a week regarding payment method and you will receive a confirmation email upon full payment.
6.00pm on Friday 16 Oct – Kowloon Tong to Kadoorie Centre
1.30pm on Monday 19 Oct – Kadoorie Centre to Kowloon Tong
1.30pm on Thursday 22 Oct – Kadoorie Centre to Kowloon Tong
more information coming soon
* All course fees are used to run and develop the Centre and spread Buddha’s precious teachings.
Gen Kelsang Devi is the Resident Teacher of Kailash International Retreat Centre in Switzerland and Kadampa Meditation Center Switzerland. She is a senior international teacher of the New Kadampa Tradition having studied and practiced Kadampa Buddhism for 20 years under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche. Gen Devi’s experience makes her teachings and guidance in retreats very powerful, clear and practical. Her joyful warmth and humour make them accessible to everyone. She is an inspiring example of modern Buddhism in practice.