Can compassion and business goals go hand in hand in a professional setting?
How can grace be dispensed in times of tensions and complications?
What do joy and happiness look like in today's modern society?
What are some timeless values that we can incorporate in our professional and personal lives as we continue to navigate the ambiguity and uncertainties of the future?
His Eminence will be answering these salient questions during your trip.
"My Neykor experience has been very enlightening and overly exceeding my expectation. I didn't expect the trip to be so fruitful and meaningful and not just visiting so many sacred sites and also learning so many wisdoms from Rinpoche and the mindfulness meditation is something new."
Dato Darren Kee
"This Neykor trip is very meaningful and I feel that everybody should come to Bhutan and experience this Neykor trip once in a lifetime."
Datin Kate Ooi
"Just by going all these spiritual and sacred sites and having the Rinpoche there to actually guide us through all of that has just given such a much deeper and meaning full journey. It's not a holiday, it is really a spiritual journey."
Above the usual communication, leadership, delegation, motivation, training - are you perhaps seeking to balance efficacy with empathy? Learning how to listen before you can lead?
Open to everyone including non-Buddhists, seeking to apply mindfulness and compassion in your career and life – eventually learning a skill for life.
Ney means “holy“, while kor means “visit“. Neykor therefore means holy visit. Druk Asia, an agency specializing in Bhutan travel, organized this special spiritual immersion trip to Bhutan in Dec 2019 (the next one is finally happening on 13-21 Oct 2023).
This Neykor trip includes mindfulness workshops and Dharma talks, and is mainly intended for working adults. The workshops would teach balancing KPIs with grace, and how to apply towards yourself and others in the business world. The main teacher leading the mindfulness aspect of this meditation trip would be His Eminence Khedrupchen Rinpoche