5th International Sorig Congress
March 1st-3rd, 2017 (Opening: February 28th) Kathmandu/Nepal
Motto: SOWA RIGPA IN ACTION
Registration has started: www.sorigcongress.org
We highly recommend an early registration, travel planning and booking of your journey to Kathmandu including accommodation. Especially for some practical workshops and the joint consultation practice there will be a (spatially related) limitation of participants. Furthermore the Congress will take place in the high travelling season in Nepal where it might become difficult to find a suitable accommodation close to the Congress.
You are most welcome: www.sorigcongress.org
Under the inspiring motto “Sowa Rigpa in Action” the International Congress Team of SKI warmly welcomes all to attend and invites to a program beyond theory and a lively process of sharing knowledge.
During the Congress days we would like to focus on inspiring practical aspects in the field of Sowa Rigpa: highly experienced speakers will present „case reports” of their work and together with experts and scholars from around the world and -alltogether in close cooperation- we are going to establish international guidelines for future Sorig case reports and Case studies.
Parallel to the presentations we invite to practical workshops on external therapies (Stick Therapy, Bloodletting, Acupuncture, 5 Nectar Bath Therapy). In between there will be an ongoing process of joint meditation and participants will visit the Sorig College & clinics nearby for open treatment sequences, joint consultations and all interested practitioners are going to work together in Free medical camps in different nepalese areas after the Congress.
For the 5th time people from more than 40 different countries will come together with joy and openness to celebrate the rich and creative world of Sowa Rigpa.
Let´s create these days of cooperation and friendship together with the nepalese team.
See you all soon in Kathmandu…
All the best,
Raj Kumar Shrestha & Jens Tönnemann (Heads of the International Organizing Team)
“We are one family“ – Dr. Nida Chenagtsang, Congress President, during Sorig Congress 2014 in Kathmandu
“Wherever possible, we must work on a common ground. Where there are differences, we need to respect the views, and not necessarily adopt the views and lose sight of one’s primary objectives.“ – Mr. Tashi Tsering Phuri, Director of Men- Tsee- Khang Dharamsala/India, during Sorig Congress 2014 in Kathmandu