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Buddhadharma : Fall 2005
fall 2005| 12 |buddhadharma R.PYXSUTHERlAND Secure Online Ordering www.samadhistore.com 1-800 -331-7751 SAMADHI STORE Samadhi means Meditation Over 900 titles in stock, many online From Robert Aitken to Lama Zopa Incense and Gongs Shrine Offerings Cushions and Benches Mats and Bolsters Zen Arts Expert Help Prompt Shipment Ligmincha Institute, Charlottesville,Va. 434-977-6161 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.ligmincha.org with Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche A powerful tool for awakening, sleep yoga is more than a practice of the night. It helps us to integrate all moments — waking, sleep- ing, meditation, and even death — with the clear light of awareness. Sleep yoga practices bring more clarity and lucidity to all experi- ence.One performs them during normal daytime activities, during meditation practice, during preparation for sleep, and as one falls asleep.The primary goal of sleep practice is to open the door to the pure experience of open awareness, or rigpa — the true nature of the individual. During this intensive five-day retreat, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche will personally teach and guide us in the proper position of the body and of the mind during sleep; the images and visualizations associated with the practice; as well as physical exercises that support meditative awareness. There will be at least one 24 hour period when retreatants will stay awake continu- ously in order to directly introduce the experience of clear light sleep. Sleep of Clear Light THE PRACTICE OF SLEEP YOGA from the Bön Buddhist tradition of Tibet November 2–6, 2005 Retreat Cost (includes meals, housing is available): $400 rec’d by Sept. 7; $450 rec’d by Oct. 5; $500 rec’d after Oct. 5