the Four Naljors and sKu-mNyé

One-day event with Ngak´chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen

Saturday 7th September 2024 - arrive from 9.30am for a 10am start
finish 5.30pm
Scout Hut
St Bartholomews Road
Bristol, UK
A day of teaching with the Lineage Holders of the Aro gTér, who will give direct introduction to the silent sitting meditation methods of Dzogchen sem-dé – the totality teaching of the ‘nature of Mind', and introduce the practice of sKu-mNyé from Dzogchen Long-dé – the ‘series of the vast expanse’.

sKu-mNyé is a system of physical movements which give rise to profound sensations of intimacy with the elements. It is possible that those who are prepared to experience themselves and their world in a different way, may learn that there is a very real and accessible interaction between the inner and outer elements. Once the gentle thunder of this connection has been experienced it is no longer possible to be dominated by: boredom; fear; neurotic obsession; paranoia; or depression.
Dzogchen is the most profound – yet simple and immediate of the three inner Tantras. The Lamas describe these ‘nature of Mind’ teachings from the perspective of the pure vision of Aro Lingma, and give transmission to establish the basis for the accomplishment of the practice. Dzogchen is unique in dealing with the experience of being human at the most essential level of perception. The Lamas’ explanation of Dzogchen lays bare the problems which arise through our dualistic vision – and creates a sense of wonderment at the immense possibility for each individual.

“Dzogchen is the everyday magic of being precisely what we are; without drudgery of either fantasy or banal pragmatism. When we discover that it takes fantastic effort to create the frustration and unfulfillment which we experience in our lives; we could easily burst out laughing!” - Khandro Déchen

This event is in-person only and will not be available online.

Please note this day is not at Aro Ling but at a larger capacity venue nearby:

Scout Hut St Bartholomews Road BS7 9BJ Bristol, UK

Suggested donation £25, concessions available.

To book a place please sign up.

For more information please contact Ngakma Me-tsal Wangmo.
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