"There are no feedbacks" Weekend Practice Intensive
During this weekend retreat we will engage Trungpa Rinpoche's instructions for the practice of seated meditation.Many practitioners come to the practice of meditation attempting to have an "experience" which will provide some "spiritual reference point." As Trungpa Rinpoche once pointed out, this is like trying to attend one's own funeral. It is a fundamental misunderstanding of meditation practice from the perspective of Dzogchen and Mahamudra.
To understand the term "There are no feedbacks" is to become familiar with the direct experience of what is called "the fourth moment." This is awareness which is not dependent on memory or projectiion of a future event. Neither does it use conceptualizations in the present as a point of reference. The meditation method Trunpga Rinpoche introduced to his students is the method for growing familiar with this "unborn awareness." In Dzogchen this is known as "knowing the one." Trungpa Rnpoche would often refer to this as "nonexistence" or "nonreference point experience."
$195.00 includes room and board
|Event End Date||06-25-2023|