Heartdrops of Dharmakaya: Introduction to Dzogchen With Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung Rinpoche Abbot of Triten Norbutse Bon Monastery, Kathmandu, Nepal Chamma Ling, Crestone, Colorado, October 25-27th, 2019 The nature of our own mind remains hidden
Heartdrops of Dharmakaya: Introduction to Dzogchen
With Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung Rinpoche
Abbot of Triten Norbutse Bon Monastery, Kathmandu, Nepal
Chamma Ling, Crestone, Colorado, October 25-27th, 2019
The nature of our own mind remains hidden behind clouds of thoughts and emotions, until a master points out directly the source, the essence, the Heart Drop. This is the method of direct introduction to Dzogchen, the highest and most subtle path of meditation in Bön.
Heart Drops of Dharmakaya was composed by Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen, a Tibetan master who passed in 1935, achieving the rainbow body in which his physical body dissolved into light. Shardza Rinpoche was one of the most influential teachers of his time, and his works are used as textbooks in many Tibetan monasteries.
Unlike methods that watch the breath or calm thoughts, these practices use body postures and simple yet potent visualizations to draw us directly and quickly to experience our essence. There could be no better place to learn these ancient practices than the high mountains of Crestone.
Khenpo received these teachings from his root teacher Yongdzin Namdak Rinpoche, the greatest living Dzogchen master of the Bön lineage, and the author of the commentary on Heart Drops of Dharmakaya. Please join us for this rare and unique opportunity!
RETREAT COST $350.00 Teaching materials, lunches, and snacks are included.
No lodging is provided. Crestone has many nearby B&B facilities. This is a very personal, small retreat with limited space. Teachings will be given at the Community House located on the land at the Bon Chamma Ling Center in Crestone.
This retreat is now full. People who have paid a deposit may continue to pay their balance.
Your balance must be paid on Friday October 25th. No refunds on deposits after Oct 1st.
October 25 (Friday) - 27 (Sunday)
Chamma Ling Colorado, Crestone, CO