|Lamas Bar-ché Dorje and Mé-sèl Gyalmo|
Lamas Bar-ché Dorje and Mé-sèl Gyalmo
He specialises in sKu-mNyé, a system of psycho-physical movements which give rise to ‘profound sensations’ that act as a the focus of meditation. The Aro sKu-mNyé is found within Dzogchen long-dé – the ‘series of the vast expanse’. Its purpose is that of returning to the non-dual state – but practised at the outer level its secondary functions promote good health, vitality, longevity, and charismatic lucidity.
Lama Bar-ché Dorje journeys to Nepal every year to spend time with Kyabjé Künzang Dorje Rinpoche and Jomo Sam’phel – the Root Lamas of Ngak’chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen. He has made numerous journeys to Nepal throughout the 1990s and 2000s and has an extremely close relationship with Kyabjé Künzang Dorje Rinpoche and Jomo Sam’phel – who are highly renowned rTsa rLung masters. Before becoming an Aro apprentice he had become a teacher of Pencak Silat—the Indonesian Martial art—but he found himself needing more depth in terms of the nature of Mind and when he met Ngak’chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen he realised that they had this knowledge. He is now studying the vajra dances of Ling Gésar – the epitome of spiritual warriorship in the Vajrayana tradition. In token of this he was presented with the full costume and martial implements of Ling Gésar by Kyabjé Künzang Dorje Rinpoche and Jomo Sam’phel. He has received the martial healing-arts with knives and swords associated with Ling Gésar as well as other methods which deal with raising rLung rTa (enthusiasm); maintaining srog (life force); and enhancing the lha (dynamic drive) of the individual.
Lama Bar-ché Dorje speaks English, German, Finnish, Dutch and Indonesian.
Upcoming events with Lamas Bar-ché and Mé-sèl: