Normally this topic would be placed into the Upcoming Bön Dzogchen Teachings, the sticky first topic here.
But because of this so special and rare upcoming Teaching of the Zhang Zhung Nyengyud, it deserves special attention.
Finished just a video chat with Geshela Ten Gelek.
He will make on my request a complete (better) schedule about his upcoming Zhang Zhung Nyen Gyud teachings.
What i understood is also that the Drakpa Korsum and other explanatory text , (based on the basic explanation) will be discussed to the point.
All teachings were received from the Bön Yongdzin Rinpoche when he gave these ZZNG Dzogchen teachings to the Geshes from Menri Monastery.
Further are there on Saturday also some lessons as well on sunday.
Geshela will make a better schedule regarding his upcoming teachings, what i discussed with him today.
All in all are these ZZNG teachings complete with:
- Nga lugs or introduction into ones Natural State
- Trekchöd and Thögal as indivisible teached (mengagde)
- Outer and inner Rushen,
- Tsalung Trulkor (see below)
- The special 6 yoga postures to get the visions better running, Guru Yoga etc.
- Question and answers regarding mistakes about the wrong assumptions in Dzogchen, based on thoughts about Dzogchen
It is very cheap what Geshela asks, 30 $ for a lesson brought straight into our living room.
Hope this helps and when there are more questions, you can post them also on the Bön forum here.
Will open there a special topic.
Announcement by TenGelek Geshe
Giving Oral Transmission of Dzogchen Zhang Zhung Nyengyud.
You must receive Oral transmission of Dzogchen Zhang Zhung Nyengyud to gain the full benefit of the practice of Dzogchen.
Transmissions will be available only live.
Every Sunday a continuous new Transmission will follow the chapters in the Text Dzogchen Zhang Zhung Nyengyud.
Starting every Sunday July 1st 2018 from 11:00am to 12:30pm CST ongoing.
Each transmission will be USD $30.00 only.
Please submit weekly to PayPal before Sunday Oral Transmission time.
* Alternate Time will be available as needed.
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