His Holiness the 42nd Sakya Trizin Ratna Vajra Rinpoche

We are profoundly grateful to HIS HOLINESS THE 42° SAKYA TRIZIN, who has accepted our request to bestow the Hevajra empowerment at tour centre.

Venue:           Buddhist Centre THUPTEN CHANGCHUP LING, Arosio, Switzerland                        How to find us?
Programme:   Teachings and initiation in English with consecutive translation to Italian.

Tue., 11.7. at 8 pm: Welcome Ceremony, Teaching: Introduction to Vajrayana
Wed., 12.7. at 2 pm: Hevajra Cause Initiation, part 1*
Thu., 13.7. at 2 pm: Hevajra Cause Initiation, part 2*
*You cannot attend only part of the initiation, therefore please attend both Wed. and Thu. sessions.

Space is limited and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Please, register before 8 June.


Payments can be made via bank transfers or in cash during one of the monthly weekend seminars at our centre. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.

Tickets: Teaching 11 July: CHF/€ 20.- / Initiation 12&13 July: CHF/€ 90.- / 3-Day Pass: CHF/€ 100.-

Hevajra is an extremely powerful tantric meditation that offers all the most efficient methods for attaining perfect Buddhahood. This practice alone allows us to attain the final result of all practices. The initiation into the mandala of Shri Hevajra, and the practice of this meditation gives rise to the view of the ultimate reality called ‘the non-differentiation of samsara and nirvana’. The one who gives rise to that view attains Buddhahood.  He (in He-vajra) refers to compassion, which is the method, while wisdom is like a Vajra. Therefore, Hevajra is the union of objectless great compassion and great wisdom of a Buddha. Having received the initiation of Hevajra, we will study different aspects of this practice and the respective view during our weekly sessions at the centre.

His Holiness the 42nd Sakya Trizin Ratna Vajra Rinpoche, the eldest son of His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin, is considered one of the most highly qualified lineage masters of Tibetan Buddhism. Renowned for his erudition and the clarity of his teachings, Rinpoche belongs to the prestigious Sakya Khön family, whose successive generations have provided an unbroken lineage of outstanding masters.