We organise and conduct many sacred spiritual events and functions throughout the year. Several of them will be featured annually as a part of our regular spiritual function.
Dolma Yudok is a spiritual cleansing function conducted annually in Perth. Through this function/worship, we seek protection from various forms of Tara from fears and obstacles that cause conflicts and diseases leading to untimely death.
Presided by Gyalwa Dokhampa usually during his visit to Perth, this one million tara retreat is believed to purify and accumulate merits. This is a public event and can be attended by all interested individuals and families.
Usually held over a period of two or more days for each level amongst the five different levels, the Dragon Yogi retreat provides a more profound path to achieving the Buddhahood for lay people. This retreat is generally presided by Gyalwa Dokhampa himself during his visit to Perth.
Zhabdrung Kuchoe marks the passing of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, a great Mahasiddha, an emanation of Avalokitesvara, the Buddha of Compassion and the reincarnation of fourth Gyalwang Drukpa Kuenkhen Pema Karpo, at Punakha Dzong in Bhutan in 1651, corresponding to the tenth day of the fourth month as per Bhutanese Lunar Calendar.
This retreat is generally practiced as sets with each set consisting of two & half days retreat. The practice of Nyungney dates back to a great female Siddha from India in the tenth or eleventh century. Gelongma Palmo, successfully attained the highest realization. .
Traditionally and spiritually, Thrue begins with families waking up early for a purification ritual. While some members bathe, those who are unable to do so at the exact hour, rise before dawn to at least wash their face with the sanctifying water. The head of the family prepares a traditional thup (porridge).