The Song of the Owl-headed Dakini

Class with Déwang Pamo and Traktung Dorje

Friday evening from 6 to 7 p.m. CET
Online, for details see text below
“The Song of the Owl-headed Dakini is a stirring anthem to freedom and to the sheer glee evoked by direct insight into the nature of reality.”
(Ngak’chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen)

The "Song of the Owl-headed Dakini" is not a song that is sung - but it can make us sing with pure joy.
This cycle of teachings originates in the gTérmas of Khyungchen Aro Lingma (1886-1923). It contains the profound inner meaning of fundamental Buddhist principles such as the four noble truths, the eightfold path, the five precepts or the paramitas, and provides an extraordinary base for approaching Dzogchen.

Ngakma Déwang Pamo and Naljorpa Traktung Dorje will provide commentary on each teaching as it relates to the context of our everyday life.
If we extend our meditation experience into our everyday routines and integrate it with our lives, we can learn to interact with everyone and everything everywhere with clarity and compassion.
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Teachings will be offered in German and English.
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