Tuesday 15 to Tuesday 22 November
"All thoughts are the dharma of realisation, Dzogchen itself, whatever thoughts come and go, remain resting" His Eminence Dzogchen Rinpoche
During this seven-day retreat, Dzogchen Rinpoche will continue his cycle of teachings on the Dzogchen Khandro Nyingthig.
His Eminence explains what people can expect at the retreat: "Through the practice of mindfulness and meditation, we learn to be more present in what we are doing. We are less distracted and have less judgment of anything we feel and experience."
"We become much more at ease with ourselves and others, have less worries about things going wrong and are able to enjoy ourselves much more, even in situations that we would usually consider stressful and difficult."
The wonderful atmosphere and beautiful natural surroundings of the retreat environment inspire meditation and support the student to gain direct experience of Dzogchen.
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These events are part of a worldwide tour that covers France, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia and finally India. Dzogchen Rinpoche is the authentic Dzogchen lineage holder and head of Dzogchen Monastery in South India with more than 280 branch monasteries in Asia, mainly in Tibet, India, Nepal and Bhutan and in the West.