Dudjom Throne Holder: Tulku Pema Rigstal Rinpoche in Melbourne Jan 23- Feb 8

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Dudjom Throne Holder: Tulku Pema Rigstal Rinpoche in Melbourne Jan 23- Feb 8

Post by ddorje » Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:46 am

We are excited to officially announce the Melbourne Teaching & Empowerment schedule of His Eminence Pema Rigstal Rinpoche between the 23rd of January to the 8th of February 2019.

Rinpoche is a lineage holder of the Dudjom Tersar tradition of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism and the head of the Namkya Khyung Dzong Monastery, Humla, Mt.Kailash. As a son of the Second Degyal Rinpoche, Pema Rigstal Rinpoche has spent the majority of his life teaching and abiding in strict retreat. Therefore, with such a dedicated approach, Rinpoche has kindly accepted our initiation to come and teaching Dharma, primarily from his essential text, The Great Secret of Mind. These teaching are suitable for all audiences, including those with a budding interest in Buddhism.

For the flourishing of the concise lineage of the Dudjom Tersar in Australia, Rinpoche has also accepted the request to bestow empowerments into the Three Roots of the Dudjom Tersar (Dudjom Yeshe Dorje Rinpoche), as well as the Troma Nagmo cycle from Dudjom Lingpa, specifically for disciples dedicated to practice this lineage.

Please find below a detailed schedule that includes times and fees, as well as an introductory biography to Pema Rigstal Rinpoche.

To register or for more information, please email pemarigstalmelb@gmail.com


----- Empowerment into the Dudjom Tersar’s Three Roots -----

Venue will be confirmed after registration
($60 for each evening or $150 for all)

Tso’kye Thugthig
Wednesday 23rd January: 7.30 – 10.30pm

Dorje Phurpa (Pudri Rekpung)
Thursday 24th January: 7.30 – 10.30pm

Khandro Thug’thig
Friday 25th January: 7.30 – 10.30pm

----- Teaching on The Great Secret of Mind -----

Weekend public teaching over six sessions from Rinpoche’s
seminal: The Great Secret of Mind

Rosina Auditorium, The Abbotsford Convent
($20 for each session or $100 for all)

Saturday 26th-27th January:
10am-12pm, 1.30-3pm, 3.30-4.30pm

----- Empowerment and three day closed retreat:
Dudjom Lingpa’s Tröma Nagmo (Chod) -----

A practice for dedicated disciples; please make an application in your email.

Odiyana Retreat Centre, Foster, Gippsland
Wednesday 30th January - 1st February

($450 in house, or $275 camping)
(or $550 in house / $350 camping for all 5 days of the two retreats)

----- Weekend meditation and teaching retreat with Rinpoche -----

A weekend retreat open to meditators of all experience; teachings based on Rinpoche’s ‘The Great Secret of Mind’.

Odiyana Retreat Centre, Foster, Gippsland
Saturday 2nd February - 3rd February

($300 in house, or $200 camping: refer above if attending both retreat events)

--- Teaching from commentary on Calling the Lama from Afar ---

Venue will be confirmed after registration
6th February: 7-10pm ($20)
'Maybe you collect a lot of important writings, major texts, personal instructions private notes, whatever. If you haven't practiced, books won't help you when you die. Look at the mind - that's my sincere advice' - Longchen Rabjam

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Re: Dudjom Throne Holder: Tulku Pema Rigstal Rinpoche in Melbourne Jan 23- Feb 8

Post by Adamantine » Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:31 am

For what it’s worth, I strongly encourage anyone with sincere interest in Dzogchen in general and the Dudjom tersar in particular to make a connection with this great master.

That said, this should probably go in the events section of the site.
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Detachment is the final happiness. ~Sri Saraha

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Re: Dudjom Throne Holder: Tulku Pema Rigstal Rinpoche in Melbourne Jan 23- Feb 8

Post by LoveFromColorado » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:10 pm

Will there be a webcast registration?

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