Rigpa’s annual drupchen will be held in Lerab Ling, France in May. A drupchen is an intensive group practice that epitomizes the depth, power, and precision of the Vajrayana. This year’s drupchen will be the practice of Chime Pakme Nyingtik, a long life practice discovered as mind terma by Jamyang Khyentsé Wangpo.
The drupchen will be led by Neten Chokling Rinpoche, Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche and monks from the Chokling Monastery in India.
This event is open to Rigpa Dzogchen and Ngöndro Mandala students, who know how to practise sadhana and also to qualified Vajrayana students from other sanghas. Other dharma students, familiar with sadhana practice are welcome to apply to join the event (see details on the event page on lerabling.org).