2-8 August 2021 (7 days)




Led by: Lama Rinchen.

Seminar begins on Monday, the 2nd of August at 10:30 a.m. and ends on Sunday, the 8th of August at about 5:00 p.m.

Including Amitabha empowerment and tsok puja with the jang chok - a special ritual for the dead.

Amitabha empowerment on Monday, the 2nd of August at 10:30 a.m.
Tsok puja and Amitabha jang chok on Sunday, the 8th of August at 2:30 p.m.
Having received Amitabha empowerment is necessary to receive teachings on this practice and to preform it.

Amitabha Buddha practices are among the most spread ones in the countries of Mahayana Buddhism. Sutras and mantras of Amitabha are recited in many temples. This activity is planting a seed of quick purification of negative karma and making one's spiritual path more profound in this very life. It also bring benefit of being reborn in the "Pure Land of Great Happiness" – Dewachen.

Sadhana that will be preformed is a terma discovered by the terton Mingyur Dorje. It belongs to the highest tantras (annutarayogatantra), but it combines elements of sutra and tantra style of practise at the same time.

Those who have received the empowerment and wish to acquire the text for practice are asked to place an order during registration (note: we offer the text in Polish transcription).

The practice will take place in four sessions a day. In additional sessions, teachings about the process of dying and bardo as well as advices how to help those who are passing away will be given.

On the last day we will practise the long Amitabha puja together with tsok offering and the ritual for the deceased (jang chok). 



Registration deadline – till the 27th of July.

Practice texts can be ordered also till this day (note: we offer the text in Polish transcription). The text is paid extra and is intended only for people who have received the Amitabha empowerment.

Registration can be completed by using the registration form. Please fill in the form also for any accompanying person not participating in the sessions.

The number of people allowed to be in the temple will be limited, in accordance with applicable pandemic regulations. Please note that fully vaccinated people are not included in number limits.

All changes considering your stay should be submitted at least three days in advance.



Our Buddhist Centre in Grabnik is maintained exclusively by donations, therefore each, even very symbolic, amount offered money is important and appreciated. Those who would like to support us, may do the donations via transfer to our bank account or with a use of a debit card (see: donate) or in cash at the Centre.

Suggested donation (meals not included):
one day - 50 PLN
full seminar (7 days) - 350 PLN

BONUS = 300 PLN per the whole seminar (bonus does not include food fee)

Bonus is for those who will register and pay the whole amount at latest by the 22nd of July. 

Note: Those who resign from some parts of the seminar cannot use the bonus.

Additional stay not during the seminar – 15 PLN per day
Children and accompanying persons not participating in the sessions – 15 PLN per day

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FOOD (only when prepaid and booked on time)

All meals are vegetarian.
Suggested donation: breakfast 10 PLN, lunch 15 PLN, dinner 10 PLN (full board - 35 PLN)

Please bring your own mug.

Prepayment is not equivalent to registering for the seminar! Please remember to register!
We are not able to guarantee meals to those arriving unannounced.

- We cannot guarantee meals to those who do not register and make a donation on time.
- Meals are served at fixed hours (breakfast at 8 a.m., lunch at 1 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m.).
- Please think your order through. There are no returns for ordered and not used meals, unless a resignation is submitted three days in advance.

Donations may be done via transfer to a bank account or by credit card (see donate).
If you have any problems with money transfer, please contact the office.



In order to avoid misunderstandings and make the work of our team easier, please read the Guide for Participants which explains what to bring, where to stay, how to behave and more.


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