It’s a Festival for self-awareness. It is about inner and outer. It includes thoughts, feelings, inspirations, values, needs, and emotions. There has been a great distortion in all of us humans because we have cut ourselves off from the world (separating the inner from the outer) to such an extent that we have lost sight of the true within ourselves. And here comes the Tibetan Healing Festival, in these difficult times when the whole world is confronted with a dark side due to Covid and the consequences of wars across the globe. A  war against humanity and all consequences from the climate change as well!  Our Healing Festival applies to everyone and expresses a strong spiritual connection or feeling for something greater, or a higher power that people need now. Encourage feelings, relieve pain, nurture, promote personal growth and psychological resilience. To provide tools and philosophies intended to improve well-being and the sense of well-being.

The first part of the festival comes from Tibetan philosophy and healing powers through meditation with Tibetan musical instruments. And performing the famous therapeutic technique of the Tibetan Mantra Lounge by Tibetan monk Venerable Tashi Norbu (director of the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art in Emmen).

The second part is derived from disciplines such as Reiki, Yoga, Ayurvedic teachings, Aromatherapy, and singing bowl therapy. Performed by certified healers and yoga instructors.  Our goal is to help people achieve greater self-awareness and meet and realize their beautiful inner selves. By doing this, people will gain greater insight and find inner peace through simple and non-verbal approaches.

Activities such as Yoga, singing bowl sessions, lectures by Tibetan doctors, Reiki, Mantra singing and dancing.  A very diverse program with something for everyone. Among the events that are offered, are also walking meditations with all the participants, lectures, different workshops as well as painting workshops such as paint your own Buddha with certain proportions etc.

Tibetan Healing Festival since 2022

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Sacred Tibetan Skin Art

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- Opening hours:   Wed to Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

- Entrance fee + optional audiotour
adult: € 7,50
Students: € 5,00 *student card required

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Closed on the following days: 27 April Kings day, 1e Eastern day, 1e Pinksterdag, Ascension Day, 25/26 - 31 December, 1 Januari

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