October 29 & 30 -2018 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm- Group Practice
October 31st (Private Individual Meditation 30mts) by appointment only.
(Please call[masked] to make appointment)
Sevayu is happy and honored to host Lama Aria Drolma for a 2 day program on Calm-abiding guided meditation known as “Shinay” in Tibetan, based on authentic Tibetan Buddhist practice.
The techniques helps you directly experience deep peace, harmony and a genuine sense of wellbeing. She will present detailed instruction guiding you through various stages of practice that are suitable to both new and experienced meditators. Calm-abiding mediation is essentially the foundation for all other meditation practices. The methods are simple but the benefits are extremely profound.
Lama Aria Drolma has been studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism for over 10 years. She is trained in the Dharma Path program of progressive stages of meditation and contemplation for serious practitioner, a program offered by Kagyu Thubten Choling monastery (KTC) New York.
Lama Aria Drolma is a graduate of the Traditional Tibetan Buddhist three years, three month retreat program which is an advanced, completely-cloistered intensive Tibetan meditation training program at KTC Monastery, New York. In the retreat program she trained in the practices of the Karma Kagyu tradition, as well as practices from the Shangpa Kagyu and Nyingma traditions under the guidance of Venerable lama Norlha Rinpoche who was an accomplished meditation master and the founder of Kagyu Thubten Choling Monastery in upstate New York. Lama Norlha Rinpoche teachers were one of the most accomplished realized masters in Tibetan Buddhism H.H. the 16th Karmapa and Kyabje Kalu Rinpoche.
Prior to her ordination as a Buddhist Nun she had a successful professional career in Advertising, Marketing and Public relations in NYC. Her career has spanned three continents working in Asia, America, Europe, and has lived in Australia and Middle East. Lama Aria Drolma also actively volunteers as a fundraiser and supports several nonprofit organizations