Revealing our Natural Pristine Awareness
October 8 – October 18
—A Meditation Retreat—
with Lama Mark Webber
Dharma Centre of Canada, Kinmount, Ontario
Oct 8th through Oct 15, 2016,
A meditation retreat focusing on instructions for entering, developing and revealing our natural pristine awareness through the path of Great Completion (Dzogchen) within the tradition of the Drikung Yangzab. Please also join Lama Mark on October 11th in celebrating the memory of the Ven. Dorje Namgyal Rinpoche through the bestowal of the White Manjusri wongkur and instructions on its glorious practice. He will also give teachings and essential instructions on the view, meditation and conduct as taught in Dzogchen.
Retreat Teachings, Transmissions, Empowerments and Meditations:
- The Preliminary Liberating Instructions and Meditations of the Drikung Yangzab Dzogchen Lineage
- Yangzab Amulet of the Sun and Moon Daily Practice of Deathlessness & Longevity
- October 11th 9:30 am White Manjusri Empowerment, Tsok and sadhana instructions
- Essential instructions on view, meditation and conduct as taught in Dzogchen.
For more information please contact the Dharma Centre of Canada: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register online: http://www.dharmacentre.org/register.html
When: : Saturday, October 8th to Saturday Oct. 15
Lama Mark will begin teaching at 7:30pm on Saturday the 8th and ends at noon on the 15th. We are asking that participants arrive between 9-12pm on the 8th to settle in before the teachings. A lunch will be served at 12:30.
Rates include single accommodation and all meals. A travel and course materials fee of $150.00 will be added to the costs of accommodation and meals. Please note: the course fees do not include teaching fees. Dana for the teachings will be collected at the beginning of the course.
If you are paying regular rates a 50% deposit of:
Non-members: is necessary to hold your space upon registration.
Members: is necessary to hold your space upon registration.
Full payment is due 10 days prior to the course, September 28, 2016.
Refund 7 days before the commencement of the course 75% with 25% going towards a future course within 2017.
Refund 2 days before the commencement of the course 50% with 35% going towards a future course within 2017.
Donations for Lama Mark Webber: Teachers give the teachings of awakening (Dharma) freely so that anyone, no matter their financial means can attend classes. Each time one receives teachings, it is an opportunity to consciously practice generosity. Giving money and other means of support expresses gratitude and support to the teacher and helps to ensure that these teachings continue. Each person receiving Dharma teachings determines the kind and amount of Dāna according to one’s heart and one’s financial means. When deciding how much to offer, one should think about what these teachings mean to you and try to give accordingly. It is recommended that students make an offering of dāna at the beginning of a class or retreat to establish the intention to make the most of this opportunity for one’s own progression and for the benefit of all others.