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Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung Rinpoche will continue teaching from the cycle of Kusum Rangshar (The Spontaneous Arising of the Three Bodies), one of the most important Dzogchen texts in the Bönpo tradition. 

Tummo is an integral part of Dzogchen practice. By liberating conceptual and habitual grasping and judgments, these practices leads the practitioner in the realization of pure vision of inner light.

During this three day retreat Rinpoche will continue teaching on Tummo practice as a supporting form to abiding in the Natural State.  The focus of these meditation forms is to find greater clarity (deeper experience) of the Nature of Mind through engaging the inherent energy of body, breath, channels, chakras and mind. 

Dzogchen meditation is considered to be the highest and most profound practice in Bön tradition. According to this tradition, the ultimate nature of mind is pure and perfect. In contrast, the clouds of negative emotions and discursive thoughts of the conceptual mind are temporary manifestations without inherence like reflections in a mirror. Through recognition of and meditation in the ultimate nature of mind one obtains self liberation from the bound of hopes and fears associated with egocentric identity.

Beginners, and all other level students are welcome to the teachings!

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May 26, 27, 28 | The StarHouse – Boulder | $70/day

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You will be also able to make a Credit/Debit Card payment after submitting the form. Please bring your Cash/Check payment to the retreat to pay at the door.

$70/day until May 11, 2018 – $210 for complete retreat
$80/day starting May 12, 2018 – $240 for complete retreat

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We look forward to seeing you at the teachings soon!



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