Tibetan Dances Workshops and Performances
20-22 May - Romania - Tibetan Modern Dances Beginners Workshop. To register go here.
1 May - Tallin, Estonia - Tibetan Traditional Songs Concert
1-3 June - Tallin, Estonia - Tibetan Modern Dances Beginners Workshop. To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
7-8 June - Milan - Tibetan Modern Dances Beginners Workshop. To register contact email@example.com.
Ku Nye Massage Courses
17-23 May - France - First week of a 3 weeks course. To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org
16-22 August - France -Second week of a 3 weeks course. To register contact email@example.com
15-19 November - France -Second week of a 3 weeks course. To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Editorial Plan in 2014
In January we published Message from Tibet: Tibetan Songs of Today, a collection of 108 songs compiled by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu. The melodies for the songs can be found on a dedicated web page, so that you can easily learn to sing in Tibetan!
In February 2014 we published the Tibetan calendar for the Wood Horse year. Apart from astrological indications for the whole year as well as individual days, the calendar contains the explanation of location of protective energy on a given day, which should be taken into account when planning a surgery.
We’re also finalizing the re-editing of the Key to Consulting the Tibetan Calendar explaining all the different astrological aspects, combinations, constellations, relationships – and how to use this knowledge in our daily life, especially when making important decisions.
In March we’re publishing a re-editing of Beyond Words, a book by Judith Allan and Julia Lawless explaining in very simple terms the history and basic elements of Dzogchen practice.
We’re also working on another book by Judy and Julia based on the records of Brian Beresford: The Lost Kingdom of Shang Shung. On Pilgrimage in Tibet with Chögyal Namkhai Norbu. Many of us heard about the famous pilgrimage to the sacred Kailash Mountain: the book presents a narration of this fascinating journey with its challenges and interesting discoveries.
Finally, at the end of April, we’re publishing the long-awaited The Temple of the Great Contemplation: The Gonpa in Merigar. This full-colour book contains the explanation of all aspects of the Gonpa in Merigar written by Chögyal
Namkhai Norbu, with hundreds of photographs as well as the biographies of all the masters depicted on the walls of the Gonpa! The book has 360 pages and will be available both in English and Italian.