Chères amies, chers amis,  Lossar Tashidélé !

Les 5 jours de Rituel de Goutor ces sont déroulés à Montchardon comme chaque année avant le nouvel an tibétain.Pour la première fois, ils ont été diffusé en direct sur notre nouvelle Chaîne YouTube “KML Gompa TV”.

Pour faire suite aux premières diffusions en décembre, des enseignements de Lama Sangpo sur la pratique de Tchenrézi puis Lama Teunsang et Lama Sangpo sur Lodjong, nous avons pu mettre en place l’infrastructure nécessaire pour commencer à diffuser les pratiques qui se déroulent dans le Temple.
Depuis le premier jour du Lossar, le 12 février 2021, nous avons commencé à diffuser les pratiques du matin ainsi que la pratique de Tchenrézi le soir. Vous trouverez plus d’informations là dessus en vous rendant sur la page du site : KML Gompa TV
Il est désormais possible d’assister et suivre les pratiques quotidienne en direct depuis chez vous !

A l’occasion du nouvel an tibétain “Boeuf Métal”, Lama Teunsang nous adresse un court message à tous, que vous pouvez découvrir dans le lien plus bas. 

Tous les lamas et toute l’équipe de Montchardon vous souhaite un Joyeux Lossar et espérons pouvoir vous retrouver à Montchardon dès que possible.

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Dear friends, dear friends, Lossar Tashidélé!

The 5 days of the Gutor Ritual were held in Montchardon as every year before the Tibetan New Year. For the first time they were broadcasted live on our new YouTube Channel “KML Gompa TV”. 

Following the first broadcasts in December of Lama Sangpo’s teachings on the practice of Chenrezig and then of Lama Teunsang and Lama Sangpo on Lojong, we were able to set up the necessary infrastructure to start broadcasting the practices that take place in the Temple.
Since the first day of the Lossar, February 12, 2021, we have started to broadcast the morning practices as well as the practice of Chenrezig in the evening. You will find more information on this by going to the page of the site: KML Gompa TV. 
It is now possible to attend and follow the daily practices live from your home!

On the occasion of the Tibetan New Year “Beef Metal”, Lama Teunsang sends a short message to all of us, which you can discover in the link below.

All the Lamas and the Montchardon team wish you a Happy Losar  and hope to see you in Montchardon as soon as possible.

Stages de juillet et août

Message de Lama Teunsang traduit du tibétain en français par Jean-Marc Falcombello.
Des sous-titres en français, anglais et en espagnol sont disponibles. Sélectionnez la langue sur le bouton d’options (en bas à droite de la vidéo)
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Message from Lama Tonsang translated from Tibetan into French by Jean-Marc Falcombello.
French, English and Spanish subtitles are available. Select the language on the options button (bottom right corner of the video)

Pour en savoir plus / Read more

Centre de Montchardon – Karma Migyur Ling

8900 Route de Montchardon – 38160 Izeron – France – tel : +33 4 76 38 33 13

www.montchardon.fraccueil@montchardon.org

Vigilance COVID at Montchardon

The programme now takes place under special circumstances, since the Centre may resume its activities provided that the health rules are strictly observed.

The conditions of participation imply strict compliance with the barrier measures, whether for practices or courses.

Here is how we will organize ourselves.
For places of worship such as Montchardon, the rules set by the State are as follows:

  • - upon arrival at the Centre, the trainee must not be ill or show symptoms of the virus.
  •  obligation to maintain a distance of 1m around oneself, in the temple, in the refectory and when moving around the Centre,
  • - mandatory wearing of a protective mask in :
    •   - the temple: permanently during the teachings and daily collective practices.
    •   - the refectory: from the entrance to the moment of sitting down and if you get up to get a drink or to go out.
    •   - all other situations: as soon as it is difficult to maintain distance from others,
  • - hand washing with hydro-alcoholic gel at the entrance and exit of the temple and refectory, every time you enter the self-service area and on all occasions when you have to touch a collective object.
  • - An identifiable member of the administration will be responsible for the entry and exit phases of the prayer area to ensure that the rules are respected.

If you are unable or unwilling to follow these guidelines, we ask that you do not come to the Centre while these rules are in effect. The same applies, of course, if you are ill or have symptoms of the virus.

About Lama Teunsang

It is essential to protect Lama Teunsang whose immunity is compromised, making him extremely vulnerable to infection, and the people at the centre are in daily contact with him for meals and care. This also means that it is not appropriate to return to Lama Teunsang's home to greet him. For the compelling reasons mentioned above, he currently only receives those who care for his health.

No offering of kata to Lama Teunsang
It is asked to stay away from him, at least 1m and not to offer him a kata.
This use, so much appreciated by all of us, is currently suspended during the Covid period, to preserve its still fragile health.

Individual interview with Lama Teunsang
We asked Lama Teunsang about personal interviews. He does not wish to resume them for the time being. We will inform you of their resumption when he tells us so.
However, it is possible to request an interview with one of the Lamas of Montchardon. See with the translator.

In brief

Access to the temple will be limited to 80 people to respect sanitary distances. For accommodation, the rooms with several people will become individual accommodation, except for couples or families. The number of dormitory places will be reduced to space between beds. We will thus be able to accommodate about 80 people. The campsite will be open, the installation of the tents will have to follow the same instructions. We will have disinfecting liquids in all the places where it is necessary.

We would like to remind you:

  • - on the one hand, failure to respect the rules could lead to the closure of the Centre and legal proceedings.
  • - on the other hand, we have a moral obligation to protect ourselves and others from a potentially dangerous disease, especially since we live in collective premises.

As Buddhist practitioners, the constraints of masks, social distances and frequent hand washing can be integrated into our practice, as a constant training for vigilance and support of attention in our daily actions. It is also a great opportunity to practice the awakening mind, the altruistic attitude: "I commit myself to make this effort, thinking more about the well-being and health of others than about my own inconvenience". These are the skillful means of Dharma called " integrating unpleasantness into the path ".