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Gateway: Tröma Sadhana (By Invitation Only – Tigers)

With Lopön Beth Lee-Herbert M.A., L.M.H.C.

July 13 - 19, 2020

This retreat is required for all Complete Transmission (Tigers) participants who have met their samaya requirements for the White Dakini Sadhana. These are closed teachings open only to those who are part of the Tigers Complete Transmission Program.

If you are attending White Dakini Drubchö and wish to stay on the land between retreats, choose three extra nights. Extra night lodging is only an option for those taking two consecutive retreats.

Suggested Dana Range: $210-$350

What is Dana?

  • Dana is a Pali word meaning “generosity.” As one of the six paramitas or “perfections,” the practice of generosity is an integral part of the Buddhist path. Dharma teachings are traditionally offered on the basis of dana which is offered to a teacher in recognition of the precious gift that has been given. Tara Mandala compensates teachers by only covering their travel and room and board while teaching. Tara Mandala suggests a range of dana for each retreat, based on the number of days in which the retreat will take place. There is an opportunity to give dana upon registration directly to the teacher(s) or at the end of each retreat, which is a special time of honoring what has been given and what has been received. For more information about Dana, click here.

Date & Time Details: This retreat begins with a mandatory registration period from 2pm to 4pm on the first day and ends after lunch on the last day.

Location: Tara Mandala Retreat Center

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  • Camping (All-Gender) – $560.00
  • Dorm Yurt, All-Gender (Old Gompa) – $686.00
  • Dorm Yurt, Men's (Vajra) – $686.00
  • Dorm Yurt, Women's (Padma Yurt) – $686.00
  • Prajna 3-Bed All-Gender/Family Room – $756.00
  • Prajna Double – $980.00
  • Prajna Queen Shared-Bed – $980.00
  • Prajna Queen Single – $1,575.00
  • Tent Cabin (All-Gender) – $756.00

Suggested Dana Range: $210 - $350

The above prices do not include teacher offerings or dana. If you would like to offer dana for this retreat prior to arrival you can do so here.

Teacher

Lopön Beth Lee-Herbert M.A., L.M.H.C.
Lopön Beth Lee-Herbert M.A., L.M.H.C. began her practice of Tibetan Buddhism under Lama Tsultrim Allione at 22, and completed the practices of the Dzinpa Rangdröl in three-year retreat at Tara Mandala between 2009 and 2012. In 2013, Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche made her the Tsalung Lopön, teacher of the esoteric practices…
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