Recognizing the Nine Intermediate States of the Bardo
Saturday, October 31, 2020 – Sunday, November 1, 2020

Geshe Denma will teach us on the rarely taught text dzögchen tawa tok bap on the nine Bardos. Bardo teachings provide guidance on the stages of dying so we can transition with peace and consequently live with joy.

The Bardo is a Tibetan Buddhist concept roughly translated as “thrown between”. One of the Bardos arises between death and the next life. It is said to be much like dream (another form of Bardo), sleep, and deep meditative states when the edges of reality blur. Fear of the unknown and our attachment to people and possessions can result in difficulties at the moment of death or even in the thought of death. Bardo teachings create an opportunity to learn more about how to prepare for death by seeing it as a natural process within the cycle of life.

Join us for a weekend with Geshe Denma Gyaltsen, who will gently continue to explain how we can understand this transition from a Bön Buddhist perspective.

Retreat teachings and practices will be taught in English. Live translation is available in Spanish, Portuguese, Polish and Russian.

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