Discover a Living Wisdom Tradition
Testimonial from a Danish pilgrim, Anna Cecilie Skovgaard
(..) “What stands out for me during this pilgrimage is the moving part, that we move from place to place. We hike through beautiful paths and see the local culture and we come by sacred places. We lit butterlamps and we had this really intense feeling of being in important places. Without this really being part of our culture (back home) but still visiting a living culture. That made a big impression. It is also such a strong feeling to experience something valuable like this in a group. You go and you wander through the mountains and you come to a new place and you settle. You do your practices led by the instructors in beautiful places, you go through the meditation practices, and I was a bit surprised. It helps you settle, and open up. This is a new experience for me, and a very valuable one (..) If you stay or visit in Kathmandu definitely combine it with a pilgrimage. That is really eye opening”View all our upcoming journeys
Through our pilgrimage journeys, we wish to offer you an opportunity to immerse yourself into the spiritual aspect of the Himalayas. Here, you will be introduced to the living tradition of the Buddhist culture of the Himalayas, through daily meditation sessions originating from within Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy, as well as to walking as pilgrims in the foothills of the Himalayas, where we pass local villages and visit monasteries along our way, as well as to visiting of holy places in both Kathmandu and the Everest region of Nepal, as well as in Tibet.See our upcoming journeys
The Blessings of Holy Places
The Buddhist culture of the Himalayas, with the countless blessings of the many yogis and yoginis who have practiced the path of awakening here for centuries, seep out of every temple and shrine in the Himalayas. In the daily meditation sessions during the pilgrimage journeys, we will explore the inner capacity for the mind to fully rest, and familiarise ourselves with the experience of being free from the constant, and very subtle dichotomy of hope and fear.