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Introducing Dzogchen Practice in Daily Life – Geshe Gyatso

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Datum / čas
12/02/2013
18:30


Although Dzogchen is an ancient sacred teaching kept secret for centuries a great bonpo Dzogchen master Dawa Gyaltsen said: “If there are worthy disciples eager to be instructed then teach even to the hundreds”.

Geshe Gyatso from Triten Norbutse Monastery in Nepal is going to give a talk in Prague about this precious spiritual method of self-liberation.
Specifically, he is going to talk about:
-What is Dzogchen
-Bonpo and Buddhist Dzogchen
-Different lineages of the teaching and relative texts
-Dzogchen masters and practices such as Trul-khor Yoga
-Dzogchen in the Tibetan monastic educational system
-A way of practising dzogchen in daily life as a lay person

Don’t miss this precious opportunity to see if Dzogchen teaching is suitable for your life.

 

 Geshe Gyatso (Yungdrung Gyatso Choekhortshang) was born in the Himalayan region Dolpo in Nepal in 1980. At the age of ten he met his teacher, H.E. Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche. Under his guidance he learnt Sutra, Tantra and Dzogchen teachings for eighteen years at Yungdrung Bon Academy of Higher Studies of Triten Norbutse Institution in Kathmandu. In 2008 he concluded the studies and was conferred the degree of Geshe, the highest philosophical title in Tibetan monastic education. After his studies he underwent special meditation and Trul-khor retreats and served as the administrator of the school and clinic of Tibetan medicine “Bhumzhi Medical School”. At present he is editor in chief of “Drepoi Beltam” Journal of Triten Norbutse and has taken on responsibility for reconstruction of Tashi Namgyal monastery in his homeland Dolpo.