Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche’s
Essential Teaching of the 24 Great Dzogchen Masters of Yungdrung Bön
Zoom Live Stream
Twice A week ~ Monday and Thursday
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
August 10th – October 29th
Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche will present the essential teaching of the 24 Great Dzogchen Masters of Yungdrung Bön.
This is an important experiential Dzogchen teaching from the text called, Nyam Gyud Kyaru from the Zhang Zhung Nyen Gyud, a body of Dzogchen teaching that has been orally transmitted continuously and undisturbed since its beginning. Each of these great Dzogchen masters illuminated their knowledge of Dzogchen, as learned from their individual root masters. Each of these 24 Great Masters attained the rainbow body of light.
Rinpoche will present a short biography and a pith (or essential) Dzogchen instruction of each of these 24 Great Masters. As well he will lead the students in meditation practice according to the teachings.
VIDEO CORRECTION: The teaching will be held twice a week – not once a week as stated in the video.
This is a special and rare teaching opportunity. Whether you are a long-time Dzogchen student or new to Dzogchen, this teaching with Rinpoche will help you ground and deepen your understanding of the Dzogchen essence.
This teaching will be presented in 24 lessons, Two lessons per week for 12 weeks. This will provide you an opportunity for several days of practice on each lesson of the Great Dzogchen Master before the next lesson is given.
Rinpoche’s teaching will help each student receive the direct essence of each Master’s teaching, and help the student pinpoint what to focus on as the essence of the Dzogchen teaching. Rinpoche will also lead a meditation in each session.
The teachings will be held via Zoom Live Stream and will be recorded and sent out within 24 hour hours of teaching. You will then have the recordings to re-watch and to practice with.
When: August 10th – October 29th
Twice per week, every Monday and Thursday morning from 7:00 – 8:00 Central time (US), via Zoom Live Stream. The first lesson will begin on August 10th and continue through October 29th, 2020
We will have multiple translators for this teaching event.
Students will receive a video and MP3 recording of each session, for use in practice until the next session.