Naked Mind Dzogchen Retreat September 17-26, 2021
The Practice of Stillness, Occurrance and Noticing
"When the attention is quiet and still, there is a knowing that this is so. When one is involved in thinking about this and that, there is a knowing that this is so. In this context of stillness and thought occurrence, this knowing is called noticing. These are the three aspects known as stillness, occurrence and noticing.
Now, the training is this: each time you notice that you are thinking of something, you disengage from it and pull back—suspending your attention—into being quiet, into being still, and simply remain like that. When after a while you notice that you are thinking about something, again simply return to the stillness. That is the training. By repeating this over and over, you become more familiar, more experienced. That is how to progress."
Prerequisite: Introduction to Dzogchen weekend
This retreat is for students who have received the pointing out instruction from a qualified master and have completed their ngondro by number or by permission of the staff.
For more information contact the DMC office.
795.00 Includes Room and Board
|Event End Date||09-25-2022|