Dance of Vajra


Dzogchen Dance of Vajra Yantra Yoga

The Vajra Dance is related to the ancient Tibetan Dzogchen tradition from Oddiyana. Chögyal Namkhai Norbu received the transmission of theVajra Dance through dreams, starting with a first dream 1985 about Gomadevi, an ancient Indian princess and Dzogchen master.

The Vajra Dance was taught by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu in the early 1990s. It is meditation in movement, with simple and harmonious gestures, which leads to a deep relaxation and helps to harmonize one's physical and mental energy. In the Dzogchen Teaching sound and movement are very important because they are the means to integrate oneself into the state of contemplation. If one has a more profound knowledge of the meaning of the Dance, it becomes a method for integrating the three existences of body, voice and mind into the knowledge of the state of contemplation. This integration is one of the most important aims of a Dzogchen practitioner. The Vajra Dance is practiced on a Mandala which represents the correspondence between the internal dimension of the individual and the outer dimension of the world.


Vajra Dance Teacher in Estonia

Alar Kukk

Alar Kukk has been learning the Vajra Dance under the supervision of the two main teachers: Adriana dal Borgo and Prima Mai. Since 2011 Dzogchen Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu who is the source of The Teachings to our world has autorized him as an Instructor of the 1st Level of the Vajra Dance.