SPIRITUAL MEDITATION AND RETREAT


A spiritual meditation or retreat in Bhutan is not so popular among the visitors but it is slowly gaining its popularity. Some of the serious Buddhist Practitioner residing outside Bhutan is now spending months and years to learn meditation in Bhutan. Some tourist just comes to learn the basic, otherwise. However, SNG Tours & Treks arranges the tour accordingly.

Bhutan has many activities available for those visitors seeking a place of solace, rest and convalescence.  Whether it’s a session of peaceful, contemplative meditation, a relaxing soak in a mineral hot spring bath or the all natural remedies of our traditional medicine Bhutan has just what you need to revitalize and rejuvenate your body and spirit.

Our many meditation and mediation retreats will provide you with places of respite from the cares and stress of everyday life. Many tourists from Thailand, Japan and other Buddhist countries come to Bhutan specifically for meditation and retreat tours. Additionally most hotels also provide yoga sessions, retreats and meditation facilities within the hotel premises.

The traditional medicine of Bhutan is known as ‘Sowa Rigpa’ (Himalayan art of healing) and dates back to the 17th century when it first spilt from it Tibetan origins. Bhutan’s natural environment, with its exceptionally rich flora has enabled the development of an unparalleled pharmacopoeia. Indigenous medicine units have been established in all 20 Dzongkhags (districts) and can provide tourists with traditional remedies for any ailments they may have.

As one of the last strongholds of Vajrayana Buddhism, meditation and mediation retreats are a common practice amongst Monks and Buddhist practitioners in Bhutan. Small retreat centers and hermitages are located all over the country, usually next to temples, monasteries and monastic schools.

These retreats and meditation centers provide places of respite from the cares and stress of everyday life. Devout Buddhists often venture into the mountains for months at a time to meditate. The retreats provide practitioners with the opportunity to draw upon their inner self and meditate upon the purpose of life.

 

Many tourists come to Bhutan for meditation and retreat tours. Some itineraries include serious meditation programs that last for days while others offer solitary retreats for few hours in the high hills and temples where the serenity and beauty of nature can be appreciated in undisturbed silence. SNG can include meditation programs in your itinerary if you are interested in trying this Bhutanese way of retreat.  Additionally most hotels also provide yoga sessions, retreats and meditation facilities within the hotel premises.

Please note that we are not able to produce a sample itinerary because this tour is solely based on the demand of our valuable guest.

 

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