Nyungnay Retreat

Nyungnay Retreat

April 13th and 14th

Nyungnay is one of our most precious Kadampa dharma jewels and as a centre practice it comes around just once a year – on Buddha’s Enlightenment Day.

We can spend two days with thousand-armed (eleven-faced) Avalokiteshvara – ‘Mahakaruna’ – the nature of our Guru’s great compassion, making exquisite offerings, praises and prostrations and thereby accumulate huge merit, purify vast negativity for ourself and others and receive the most powerful blessing to propel ourself swiftly along our path to enlightenment.

Wrapped within the practice of Mahayana Precepts, it involves fasting and making three sessions of prostrations, with the sadhana ‘Drop of Essential Nectar’, over two days. Usually the second day is accompanied by a full fast, although strongly recommended, this is not compulsory. Everyone is welcome to join us for this special retreat.



Wednesday 13th

6.30-8.45am: Precepts, introduction and Session 1
10.30-11.45am: Session 2
12.30pm: Precept Lunch
3.30pm-4.45pm: Session

Thursday 14th:

6.30-8.30am: Precepts and Session 1
10.30-11.45am: Session 2
12.30pm: Precepts lunch for those not doing full fast.
3.30pm-4.45pm: Session 3

Offering to the Spiritual Guide: 7-9pm

This retreat is unguided and free to join.
You can attend the whole retreat or for just one full day. To engage in this retreat you need to take the eight Mahayana Precepts in the morning.

If you would like to take part in this retreat please contact [email protected] to find out more