Date: April 30th, 2022.

Time: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

What is 'Mind'?

What is 'Mind'?
How do our ideas about 'mind' limit our understanding of Dzogchen and other Buddhist teachings?

Saturday April 30th 10am-1pm ET NYC Time
via Zoom videoconference

This mini-retreat will investigate how our concepts of 'mind' effect its original meaning through:

  • Discussion of cultural and scientific definitions
  • Translators' explanations of Tibetan and Sanskrit words for 'mind'
  • Guided practices to discover what mind is (or isn't) including:
    • Shiné/Shamatha - Meditation of Body, Voice and Mind
    • Lhagthong/Vipashyana - Presence in Observing the Mind

Broadening our awareness, we can move beyond limitations into a more direct experience of mind.

This mini-retreat will be led by Tsegyalgar East's authorized Santi Maha Sangha instructor Lynn Newdome, who has studied and practiced Dzogchen, Mahamudra and Sutra for over 40 years.

Details to Join: REGISTER HERE 

Audience: Open to everyone, regardless of meditation experience

When:  10am - 1pm with break. Check your time zone

Where: On Zoom. Zoom link will be included in your registration confirmation e-mail. A reminder will be sent the night prior to all registrants.

 *Participants must join with video, so that this mini retreat feels live and in-person.  

Course donation $20-$40
DONATE >> This mini retreat is by donation. We appreciate your offering to support Tsegyalgar East 

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