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The Tibetan term Dzogchen, “Great Perfection” refers to the true primordial state of every individual and not to any transcendent reality.

The Dzogchen teachings are neither a philosophy, nor a religious doctrine, nor a cultural tradition. Understanding the message of the teachings means discovering one’s own true condition, stripped of all get laid tonight self-deceptions and falsifications which the mind creates.

What do we mean when we say, “becoming aware of our own true condition”? It means observing ourselves, discovering who we are, who we believe we are, and what our attitude is towards others and to life. If we just observe the limits, the mental judgments, the passions, the pride, the jealousy, and the attachments with which we close ourselves up in the course of one single day, where do they arise from, what are they rooted in? Their source is our dualistic vision, and our conditioning. To be able to help both ourselves and others we need to overcome all the limits in which we are enclosed. This is the true function of the teachings, join here

                                                                                                                                                                                   -  Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche


February 2007
27 Tuesday - Kundrolling Gallery Exhibit Opening 6-8 P.M. "Contemporary Photography from the Cradle of Buddhism"

March 2007
1 Thursday - Ganapuja Explanation will start at 6 PM

2 Friday - Worldwide Transmission of the Anniversary of Garab Dorje 10 P.M.
Everyone who is sincerely interested is invited to receive TRANSMISSION from Chogyal Namkhai Norbu (via live simulcast) on March 2ND,
beginning promptly at 10:00 P.M. sharp. Please plan to arrive at least one hour early (9:00 P.M.) for an explanation of the practice to help newcomers and practitioners participate more effectively.

3-4 Saturday-Sunday - Introduction to Yantra Yoga. A class  for beginners on an ancient tibetan system of yoga.
2 sessions daily:
Saturday 10 am - noon, 3:30 - 5:30pm
Sunday 10 am - noon, 3:30 - 5:30pm

Taught by Naomi Zeitz -a certified Yantra Yoga instructor and
student of Chogyal Namkhai Norbu since 1987.
Bring a mat, wear loose clothing and eat lightly.

Cost for entire weekend: $60 by 2/23, $80 after. Or $20 per

3 Saturday - Ganapuja Explanation will start at 6 PM

For details please visit our special practice calendar page