Kabsumpa is one of the great praises to Buddha written by Je Tsongkhapa. In this praise, unlike the Praise of Dependent Origination which focuses on emptiness, Tsongkhapa vividly depicts the image of Buddha as a way to pacify the negativities of his own mind. It also describes how Buddha himself attained a great victory by pacifying an army of demons. The main purpose of the praise is to evoke Buddha’s love and to call on Buddha’s grace to enable oneself to follow his path.

Click here for a video introduction to Demo Rinpoche’s 2022 Spring Retreat on Kabsumpa – Je Tsongkhapa’s Praise of Buddha. Jewel Heart instructor Hartmut Sagolla explains Rimpoche’s reasons why this teaching can be of benefit to those interested in following Buddha’s path.

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Jewel Heart in-person attendance is subject to Jewel Heart’s policies and are regularly updated based on covid conditions. Please click to read the Self-Health Screen & Safety Confirmation Acknowledgement Form. By your onsite presence, you confirm you have read, understood and will comply with the policies. Proof of vaccination and recommended booster required at the door.

Friday – Sunday, May 27 – 29, 2022
Friday – Saturday, May 27 – 28: 8:30am – 8:00pm
Sunday, May 29: 8:30am – 5:00pm


  • Online Zoom participation and Onsite participation + Health Screen and Safety Confirmation Acknowledgment Form (contingent on pandemic conditions)
  • White Tara guided healing meditation sessions each morning
  • Two daily teachings sessions by Demo Rinpoche
  • Group discussions on the retreat teachings, facilitated by senior students
  • Registrants have access to the session recordings via a personal Jewel Heart Login account. Please allow a day or two for the recordings to be posted.

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