Retreat: Dzogchen, our natural state

In Buddhism we assume that we are free and enlightened by nature. A nature that lies hidden in the deeper layers of everyone's consciousness and is also the deepest nature of all existence. Experiencing this more fully, lays a firm foundation of interconnectedness under our existence.
Often the way to this nature is seen as a slow process, of regular practice, trial and error. The Dzogchen approach is of a completely different order. It is also called the 'immediate' path where the deepest nature of existence is approached directly.
This direct approach includes specific meditations that have an unexpected simplicity but at the same time are disruptive to our ordinary way of reacting and even of meditating. This makes them simple to instruct, yet difficult to master.
Tarab Tulku has developed his own approach to this deepest natural state, using our everyday experiences to open the natural state of oneness.
This retreat is for anyone interested in this approach; some experience with meditation is required.
We are very pleased that Lene Handberg is willing to lead this retreat. She teaches Dzogchen as initiated by Tarab Tulku XI, an important Tibetan teacher who lived and taught in the West for a long time.
She is assisted by Frances Nijssen and Caroline Vossen, staff members of the Tarab Institute International
Practical information
Location: Siddeburen (in the North of the Netherlands)
Retreat dates: from Saturday 22 October 10.00 to Wednesday 26 October 17.00
Price: € 650 all in (full board and training fee); UD students and € 575
For a single room you pay a surcharge (limited availability)
The organisation of this week is in the hands of Tarab Institute Netherlands
More information and registration:
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Saturday, October 22, 2022 to Wednesday, October 26, 2022