His Eminence the 7th Dzogchen Rinpoche says many of us live our lives without asking ourselves what the real purpose of it is. We just keep going day in day out, following our routines and habits, attending to our families and children and work to provide for all that we accumulate. All of this keeps us so busy that we completely miss our purpose without even knowing it.
In this three-day Seminar, drawing on the Dzogchen Teachings, Dzogchen Rinpoche will point out that by recognising and following the real purpose of our lives, we will not only lead a truly meaningful and valuable life, we can also rest in everlasting happiness. This will help us to really recognise the great potential we all have as human beings and, on the other hand, how much we usually limit or even harm ourselves by just following mundane goals.
We will also learn more about very practical and skilful methods such as meditation that we can apply in our everyday life to realise this great potential.
With his natural, relaxed dignity, Dzogchen Rinpoche understands the challenges of modern life and is able to make the ancient and authentic Dzogchen methods of mindfulness and meditation accessible to everyone.
The Seminar is in Hawthorn from Saturday 3rd to Monday 5th November 2018
For seminar application forms call 0416 404 826 or email email@example.com
Prior to the Seminar, Dzogchen Rinpoche will be in Melbourne on Friday 2nd November at Hawthorn Arts Centre, 360 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn to give a public talk entitled 'Do you know what your true purpose is?'
Tickets are $25 ($20 concession) and can be purchased online at www.trybooking.com/DEDU
These events will be followed by a Seven-Day Retreat in Central Victoria from Thursday 8th to Thursday 15th November 2018.
The wonderful atmosphere and beautiful natural surroundings of the retreat environment inspire mindfulness, meditation and help support the student to gain direct experience of Dzogchen.
For retreat application forms and further information about this event and local meditation courses call 0416 404 826, or email firstname.lastname@example.org