Recognizing the Mind’s Innate Purity with Lama Lena
Recognizing the Mind’s innate Purity
DZOGCHEN-ATI-YOGA (NON-DUAL) TEACHINGS WITH LAMA LENA
Friday May 27 (7-9pm)
The Innate Compassion of Dzogchen
Saturday May 28 - (11am-1pm & 3pm-5pm)
Garab Dorje's way of showing Dzogchen (3 Words of Garab Dorje) with introduction to Tsa Lung - subtle energy practices
Sunday May 29 (11am-1pm)
Garab Dorje's way of showing Dzogchen (3 Words of Garab Dorje) and Refuge teaching and ceremony
Location: Institute of Traditional Medicine - 3rd Fl.
According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Dzogchen or Ati Yoga is the culmination of the path and the instructions point to the primordial, open and natural state of the mind. Dzogchen or the Great Perfection are extraordinary teachings: pointing out instructions and meditation practices which facilitate the realization of our innate luminous awareness. Anyone interested in formless non-dual meditation will find these teachings of benefit.
3 Words of Garab Dorje:
Garab Dorje is the first master of the Dzogchen/Great Perfection Lineage. His final teaching, ‘Three Words that Strike the Vital Point’ consist of pith instructions that offer clear guidance on recognizing the mind’s innate purity and making this recognition a living experience.
The Teachings are open to Everyone. There is no set fee. In accordance with Tibetan custom, Dana (donation) is offered to the teacher.
Lama Lena (Yeshe Kaytup)
With nearly 40 years of Dharma study & practice, Lama Lena is known as a teacher of Direct Mind Perception Meditation. Her informal style of teaching is clear, precise and direct, as well as practical and humorous. At the request of His Eminence, Zigar Choktrul Rinpoche and Venerable Wangdor Rinpoche and many dharma students – Lama Lena has been traveling and teaching from the lineages she holds for decades.