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Buddhadharma : Spring 2006
buddhadharma| 83 |spring 2006 KARMA TRIYANA DHARMACHAKRA Tibetan Buddhist Teaching and Meditation Center I Sampling of teachings 2006 For more teachings and events go to kagyu.org 335 Meads Mt. Rd., Woodstock, NY 12498 845.679.5906 x 10 off firstname.lastname@example.org I BARDOR TULKU RINPOCHE FEB. 3-5 MARCH 3-5 BODHICHARYAVATARA KHENPO UGYEN TENZIN MARCH 17-19 A MIRROR OF THE VIEW: THE CONCISE MEANING OF THE MADHYAMIKA KHENPO KARTHAR RINPOCHE FEB. 17-19 ASPIRATION PRAYER FOR REBIRTH IN DEWACHEN Sera The Way of the Tibetan Monk Sheila Rock Foreword by Robert Thurman “Sera: The Way of the Monk is an exceptional union of words and images ... Together Thurman and Rock communicate the rich, vibrant life of a Tibetan Buddhist monastery — a learning community where everyone is a seeker.” — Shambhala Sun Lhasa Streets with Memories Rober t Barnett “Robert Barnett has written a book which manages to describe Tibet, a country too often mythologized by outsiders, in a manner which is both accessible and erudite, and at the same time startlingly humble.” — Anne Applebaum, author of Gulag: A History columbia.edu/cu/cup columbia,Refer to us NOW IN PAPER DZOGCHEN CENTER BUDDHISM FOR THE WEST dzogchen the natural great perfection DZOGCHEN RETREATS WITH LAMA SURYA DAS Dzogchen is the consummate practice of Tibetan Buddhism. Considered by many to be "the teaching of our time," Dzogchen is direct, immediate, essentialized, adaptable, and profound: a pure awareness practice applicable to any circumstance and readily integrated into modern life. Dzogchen, often translated as the Natural Great Perfection, directly introduces us to our inner Buddha, the inherent freedom, purity and perfection of being that is our true nature. Dzogchen Center Meditation Retreats are held across the country, throughout the year as shown below: DZOGCHEN MEDITATION RETREATS Joshua Tree, CA Spring March 25 – April 2, 2006 Garrison, NY Summer July 15 – 30, 2006 Santa Rosa, CA Fall October 7 – 15, 2006 Garrison, NY Winter December 29, 2006 to January 7, 2007 MULTIPLE TEACHINGS DAILY • NOBLE SILENCE • BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS VEGETARIAN MEALS • PRIVATE, SEMI-PRIVATE, AND DORM ROOMS AVAILABLE For complete information and secure on-line registration for all of these scheduled events, go to www.dzogchen.org/retreats, e-mail email@example.com, or call 617-628 -1702. LAMA SURYA DAS is the author of the recently released Natural Radiance: Awakening to Your Great Perfection (Sounds True) and Letting Go of the Person You Used to Be (Broadway Books). He is also the noted author of the Awakening Trilogy: Awakening the Buddha Within, Awakening to the Sacred, and Awakening the Buddhist Heart. Lama Surya Das is a Lineage Holder of the Dzogchen Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the Rimé (non-sectarian) tradition. For over thirty years, including more than eight years in secluded retreat, he has studied with the great masters of Tibetan Buddhism. With his open and lively style, he is particularly effective in the transmission of Buddhism by presenting Buddhist ethics and insight, as well as methods of practice, in a manner accessible to all.