The Camp Participants taking lead

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‘‘Actually, in Bhutan, we have a tradition of many kinds of profound and deep meditation practices such as Shamatha, Vipassana, visualization and dissolution. Even then, we are not aware of our own tradition and heritage. These days, when people from outside teach us mindfulness, there is shock and disbelief, leading people to believe that we need such things. This is similar to us not being able to recognize our own possessions and wealth. Only when the outsiders give us these things to us, which we actually already possess, then it appears like that the outsiders are introducing such a thing.’’ —   Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

Following three photos are sent by Mr. Hem Raj Subba of Phuntsholing HSS, Mr. Ugyen Wangdi of  Zinchella Primary School and Mr. Pema Wangchuk of Daga Central School. All of them were camp participants. Thank you all for the photo updates.

We also would like to sincerely thank all the following educators for sharing your photos and updates on mindfulness activities in your respective schools.

Mr. Namgay Dorji and Mrs. Kelzang Lhadon of Shari School, Paro

Mr. Jamyang Gyeltshen of Mendrelgang Central School, Tsirang

Mrs. Tshering Yangzom and Mrs. Sangay Wangmo of Karmaling Higher Secondary School, Samdrup Jongkhar

Mrs. Sangay Choden of Drukgyel Central School, Paro

Mrs. Tashi Wangmo of Pelrithang Middle School, Sarpang

Mr. Tshewang Tempa of Ngamlam Central School, Pemagyetshel

We appreciate your leadership! We look forward to more updates.

Students of Phuntsholing Higher Secondary School during sitting meditation practice

Students of Zinchella Primary School, Dagana trying out a meditation practice

Students and Teachers of Daga Central School, Dagana in a meditation session

By |2019-02-15T15:11:56+00:00February 15th, 2019|LME Blog, News and Events|

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