Date(s) - 06/05/2017
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Through the three root misconceptions of attraction, aversion and indifference
patterning is created. Patterning locks us into the cycle of karmic
response, moment by moment, life after life. When a sense of
dissatisfaction arises through noticing the self-defeating nature of
these cycles, we are instantaneously at the base of practice. Learn how to
untie the knots of patterning to make response more open and free,
liberating basic goodness and joy.
In the Aro gTér Lineage the sutric teachings are found in the Ulukha-mukha Sutra – the Songs of the Owl-faced Dakini. Ngakma Nor’dzin and Ngakpa ’ö-Dzin will explore some of the core teachings with reference to Dzogchen view.
Refreshments are provided for the morning tea break. Please bring a packed lunch.
A donation of £25 is requested for the day of teachings.
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“There is a tremendously powerful message within the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path which the Ulukha-mukha Sutra presents as a pointing-out instruction. Reflecting on this takes us far beyond the victimised sense of suffering and the way which passes beyond suffering. The way in which the Four Noble Truths are commonly understood tends to foster the idea that release from dukkha lies beyond the body and the physical world; but the Ulukha-mukha Sutra completely reverses this misconception, and lays open the vast possibility that is inherent in every aspect of existence.” Ngak’chang RinpocheFor enquiries or bookings, please email: email@example.com