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Guhyasamaja.com is provided by members of London's Jamyang Buddhist Centre
Guhyasamaja practice group. It will provide resources for initiates of
this Highest Yoga Tantra practice.
If you are looking for Guhyasamaja Buddhist Center in Washington
DC, try here: www.guhyasamaja.org.
Thanks to Roger Wright who administered this website for many years. Rhonwen Sayer has now taken on the task - rhonwen [at] guhyasamaja.com .
There will be a Guhyasamaja Retreat at the Land of Joy Retreat Centre at Greenhaugh, Northumberland
in the north of the UK. It will run from Monday 8th to Friday 14th December, 2018. The purpose of the retreat is to deepen our understanding of the practice. This time, the retreat will focus
on the Completion Stage teachings and commentary. Booking details are available by email from rhonwen [at] guhyasamaja.com. Students must commit to attend for entire days at a time.
It is not required that you attend everyday, but that would be preferred. Here is more information about the
Land of Joy Retreat Centre.
We are delighted that we have now received the newly translated Guhyasamaja Self-initiation Sadhana
from Geshe Tenzin Namdak at Sera Je. He and a team of translators have been
working on this much desired text and it is now finished. If you would like a
copy of this, please send details of when and where you completed the Guhyasamaja Approximation Retreat and Fire Puja to rhonwen [at] guhyasamaja.com.
We also now have the English translation Completion Stage commentary of Akhu Sherab Gyatso to accompany his Generation Stage commentary which we have on this website for some time. It is goes by the wonderful title of: “Nectar from the Mouth of Akshobhya - A Memorandum to the Expository Commentary on the Five Stages of the Completion Stage of Glorious Guhyasamaja”. If you would like a copy of this, please send details of when and where you received the Completion Stage Teachings to rhonwen [at] guhyasamaja.com
From November 2017 we are using the fourth edition of the Sadhana, revised under recent guidance from the FPMT translation team. This edition can be found in the initiates section of this website.
Translation of one of the Guhyasamaja Commentaries by Nagarjuna: the
Pindikrta Sadhana, for which Geshe Tashi gave the lung earlier -
In February 2007, Geshe Tashi gave an Oral Transmission (lung) of three important Guhyasamaja Commentaries - two by Nagarjuna and one by Je Tsongkhapa. Recordings of this are available in the initiates section
Following the 2006 Guhyasamaja Retreat held at Jamyang Buddhist
Centre in London, we have put together a brief guide on how to hold
your own Guhyasamaja Retreat, based on guidance from H.H. Dalai
Lama. You can find it in the Teachings section of the
The practice of Guhyasamaja is of particular significance to the Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism, and also to the Lineage of the Dalai Lamas. It's propagation and practice with correct intention is seen as instrumental to the continued flourishing of Buddhism, the Gelugpa school and the His Holiness the Dalai Lama, whose main aim is to be of as much benefit to as many sentient beings as possible.
This area contains the following:
Texts, images, and audio teachings to develop your understanding and practice. This will include audio downloads of the teachings from the past two years; various sadhana and links to textual resources elsewhere; mandala and deity images from Gyud Mey Tantra College and the Kalachakra Temple of the Namgyal Dratsang to help with visualization.
Learn together on the planned online forum. A structured discussion forum will be launched later to explore topics and answer questions.
Occasional news by email of Guhyasamaja groups, events and teachings around the world
Calendar of meetings and events. Initially this will represent the
London Guhyasamaja group but could grow to promote groups around the
If you already have taken the initiation you can apply for web site membership now