The Eight Brothers of Zambala
Bring Prosperity and Health
Into Our Lives
November 6 – 8, 2020
Yeru Retreat Center
Murig Nyima Kunchap Rinpoche returns to Yeru Bön Center to teach the Eight Brothers of Zambala. This is going to be an exciting teaching on the God of Wealth, Arya Zambala and his 8 brothers (Ched Gyed).
The purpose of this teaching is to learn how to summon many kinds of fortune we need for ourselves and others in our lives. This will include cultivating well-being for ourselves and others, as well as learning to develop a successful spiritual practice.
GesheLa will show us how to perform Yang Drup rituals to reinforce and to increase well-being and prosperity.
Yang Drup means to have prosperity and good fortune. Wealth, harmony, positive relationships, merit, health and positive opportunities.
These rituals strengthen the force of personal good fortune and good luck by both requesting the assistance of a wealth deity and by calling back any of this energetic force that might have become separated from the individual.
During this retreat, we will also include the making of wealth vases for students to bring back home with them.
Location: This weekend retreat will be held at the Yeru Retreat Center, nestled in the forest and alongside of Garuda Lake. Housing is available, but we expect this teaching to reach maximum housing, it would be a good idea to register early. The new housing has radiant heating, private indoor bathrooms and showers. Some, although they have radiant heating, will not have private bathrooms.
Cabins will be reserved as shared housing. Garuda’s nest will be remodeled by the end of spring and will be ready for beautiful conversations and meals.
There are local hotels about 25 minutes away from the retreat center. Google hotel.com and look for hotels near the town of Emily, MN
Retreat fees include: Teaching, housing, meals, wealth vases, teaching syllabus, and retreat videos. Guests are welcome to arrive on the 5th, and can stay as late as November 9th. No additional fees. Students can bring in food, or we can have food brought in. Formal retreat meals begins on November 6th and ends the evening of November 8th. Although, leftovers are good for anyone who would like to stay for breakfast on the 9th.
- $575.00 Teaching, meals, private housing with bathroom/shower
- $500.00 Teaching, meals, private housing with outside bathrooms
- $400.00 Teaching, meals, shared cabin housing with bathroom and showers.
- $250.00 Teaching, meals, tents with heaters, beds and linens.
- $150.00 Live Stream for the weekend, Syllabus and copy of video recording.
- $275.00 Commuter teaching and meals.
Discount Code: If you register before February 20th, 2020 use code BROTHERS for a 15% discount.
Payment arrangements: Yeru Bon Center is happy to make payment arrangements. Discounts do not apply for students making monthly payments.
Transportation: A 7-passenger van has been reserved for this weekend $85.00 per person round trip. The passenger van will leave at 3:00 p.m. on the 5th to the Retreat Center from the Minneapolis airport. There is also the option of seeing if anyone attending the retreat would like to share a ride in their vehicle. Contact Yeru Bön Center if you would like to put your name on a ride share list for this retreat.
What to Bring:
- Warm clothes and shoes
- We provide heavy blankets at this time of year, but if you want to bring a sleeping bag or blanket, this is fine. We have half a dozen sleeping bags, just let us know if you want to reserve one of them for yourself.
- We have meditation cushions, but feel free to bring what you would like for comfort during the teaching
- Yoga Mat for outdoor exercise by the lake
- Water Bottle (we do sell water bottles inside the Garuda’s Nest, if you forget yours)
Work Exchange Available. Contact Yeru Bon Center at 952-237-8701.
Refund Policy: Yeru Bon Center will issue a refund for registration and accommodations less $100.00 processing fee, if cancellation is received 30 days prior to retreat. A credit towards another retreat will be offered for cancellations after the 30 days prior to retreat.
We do our best to make sure everyone is comfortable during their stay at Yeru Retreat Center, we even love suggestions to help make Yeru Retreat Center even better. Yeru Retreat Center is in a forest. Garuda Lake is a private lake, calm and wide. Yeru Retreat Center has chosen not to create a “Five Star” venue, but to keep the natural beauty and elements. We know we don’t have to say this, but we thought it best to be sure you understand and we know you will do your part to check what you might need. Check the weather as you would with any other trip, dress accordingly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Yeru Bon Center at firstname.lastname@example.org. When registering, please let us know of any dietary restrictions, there is a space for this information when registering.
Murig Nyima Kunchap Rinpoche is a senior Bön master. He received his Geshe degree from Menri Monastery in Dolanji, India, the mother monastery of the Bön worldwide. Trained in many Bön practices at a young age, Geshe Nyima Kunchap is known as a master of Bön rituals, and has taught and performed Bön rituals around the world. Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap is also the founder of Dolpo Bön Society and Nepal Bön Religion Association.