Introduction to Dzogchen Meditation
Geshe Yungdrung Gyatso
5-8 September 2019, Wilga

During the course Geshe Gyatso will deliver teachings from Zhang Zhung Nyen Gyu on dzogchen meditation.
Participants will receive explanations and engage in the following practices:
- shine (concentration practices);
- searching for and analysing the mind (tib. sem tsol);
- dzogchen meditation (meditation of natural state).

The course is addressed to both beginners and experienced practitioners who want to deepen their experience.

The teachings will be delivered in English with translation into Polish.



Timetable:
7-8 - Sang and meditation
10-11.30 – teachings and practice with Geshe Gyatso
12-13 – teachings and practice with Geshe Gyatso
15-16.30 – teachings and practice with Geshe Gyatso
17-18 – teachings and practice with Geshe Gyatso
20-21 - Sur and meditation
(Retreat will finish Sunday 8th September around 4.30 p.m.)

Address: 

Chamma Ling, Al. Huberta 4, Wilga, Poland
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Donations:

Suggested donation for teachings is PLN 300 (EUR 75).

Registration for accommodation and meals in the Chamma Ling: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Suggested donation for accommodation (per night):
Big house – PLN 40 (EUR 10), Little House – PLN 30 (EUR 8), Dormitory ‘Przychodnia’ - PLN 25 (EUR 6) (three rooms with two beds, and one room with 9 beds), Old Gompa – PLN 15 (EUR 4, Dormitory - 20 places - you have to bring your sleeping bag and sleeping mat), Tent - PLN 15 (EUR 4) per person.

 

REGISTRATION


By registering, you will receive free of charge:

 - the course recordings (not available to unregistered persons),

 - texts (paid for unregistered persons)

 - all important updates about the course.

 

Biography of Geshe Yungdrung Gyatso: 
Geshe Yungdrung Gyatso was born in the Dolpo region in Nepal in 1980. He met his teacher, His Eminence Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak at the age of 10 and has been learning Sutra, Tantra and Dzogchen in the Triten Norbutse monastery in Kathmandu since that time. He attained the Geshe title in 2008 (the highest title in the monastic education). After graduation, he went into special retreat under the supervision of his teachers. Additionally, he worked as a Medical School director and an editor of the Triten Norbutse magazine “Drepoi Beltam”. He also works on the reconstruction of the Tashi Namgyal monastery in his home region of Dolpo. Geshe visited Poland in 2013, giving teachings in Warsaw, Sopot, Gdańsk and Krakow. Geshe agreed to become the resident teacher in Poland and has taken permanent residence in the Chamma Ling center in Wilga since March 2015.

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