In Tibet, there are three types of pilgrimage destinations: natural sights, such as mountains, lakes and caves; sites built by humans, such as temples, monasteries and retreat locations; and the secret grounds, or béyul (sbasyul).
A fourth type of pilgrimage consists of going to meet and pay homage to a Master or a person with special spiritual knowledge.
Undertaking a pilgrimage is a journey towards knowledge and an act that a pilgrim carries out to earn merits.
Merigar (known as the home of the mountain of fire) is an important sacred place for all those who wish to travel a spiritual path in the West. It is the first Gar of the International Dzogchen Community (1981), a place to go to receive the teachings transmitted by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu.
Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu’s Retreat Cabin, pilgrimage destination for anyone on a personal journey in the search for knowledge, needs urgent maintenance today.
The work needs to be concluded by the end of 2018 and the total cost for the project is 20,000 Euros.
PROJECT REALISED BY ASIA IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DZOGCHEN COMMUNITY OF MERIGAR