updated July 4, 2018
Keith has now scheduled several public events yet for 2018.
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August 15th - 25th
Campamento La Cañada 17 B
La Cañada, Jalisco
Sept. 8th - 9th
Saturday and Sunday
Wild Ginger Apothecary
6557 Superior Ave
Sarasota, Fl 34231
A radical Dzogchen introduction to view, meditation and conduct. This stripped down Dzogchen, strictly according to the lineal transmission, bypasses Tibetan culture. We'll devour Rigzin Garab Dorje's Three Precepts in that light. A profound inclination towards Dzogchen is the only requirement for participants.
$200 for the seminar,
$150 for early bird registration before Aug 15.
Please send your deposit via paypal to Kathy Sun using this link.
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Wild Ginger Apothecary, 6557 Superior Ave, Sarasota, Fl 34231, 941-312-5630
Sat Sept 8: 1pm to 6pm
Sun Sept 9: 1pm to 6pm
Contact: Kathy Sun
USA, New York,NY
September 21st - 23rd
Buddhist Society for Compassionate Wisdom
more details will be posted when available
USA, Boulder, CO
Sept. 29th - 30th
Venue to be determined
Details will be posted when available.
Brian Kaschenoff: 303-719-7445
briankas at earthlink.net
Julia Gibbs: 303-442-0611
USA, Sacramento, CA
Dates still being worked out
The radical Dzogchen perspective is for allcomers. The Trekcho view never ages or matures and is always accessible to whosoever has applied aspiration and is ready and willing. This stripped-down Dzogchen, strictly according to the lineal transmission, bypasses Tibet. Boundless Light is our textbook for Trekcho meditation Longchenpa prescribes in his text and rehearse Rigzin Garab Dorje's Three Precepts in that light. A profound inclination towards Dzogchen is the only requirement for participants.
Contact: David Fishman
Oct. 27th and 28th
Sat - Sunday
Nritya Mandala Mahavihara
1405 SE 40th Ave
Dzogchen Technique: The Semdzins
Dzogchen has no graduated technique to be learnt, but these Semdzins like raisins in the cake, are like automatic switches that turn on the non-dual view.
0ct. 31 - Nov. 3
Wed - Sat
Great Vow Monestary
Dzogchen and Zen are cousins, and although Dzogchen may be a little more exotic, voluble and poetic we are in the same place. Enjoy the Dzogchen approach to the heart of meditation / nonmeditation!
We sit for four sessions daily: dawn, am, pm, and sunset Dzogchen view exposition : Wednesday evening and part am and pm sessions
This invitation from the Great Vow Zen Monastery provides the opportunity to begin or continue with Dzogchen Trekcho/Togal meditation in an optimally supportive place.
Visit http:\www.zendust.org for directions to Clatskanie
November 15th - 25th
days of week
The BUSUKU retreat is the final Dzogchen retreat. Radical Dzogchen takes us there.The Trekcho and Togal instruction provides the basis for intensive two weeks of five sessions of simply sitting throughout the 24 hours of the day. You need previous Dzogchen practice for this optimal Dzogchen opportunity.
In the BuSuKu, silence and detachment from life outside is imperative. But there is no imposed discipline - Dzogchen is connection with the ground of being and its spontaneity. Nonaction and nonmeditation are the keywords and simplicity itself is the mode of being. Don't let this opportunity pass you by! This is the time and place to bathe in the reality that you have always known is imminent.
Technically speaking, we practice the 'breaking through' (trekcho) and 'leapover' (togal) phases of Dzogchen in series and then together.
“Dzogchen is the apex of Buddhism; Atiyoga is the supreme mode of Dzogchen; Trekcho/Togel is unitary atiyoga; Sky-gazing is the way of nonmeditation. If you can simply sit and watch, Dzogchen sky-gazing will bring ultimate or relative siddhi.”
Anyone with previous attendance of a BuSuKu retreat is especially welcome and I urge you very personally to extend and deepen that experience. Anyone who has done an outer rushen retreat is also welcome and anyone who has not but who feels they can handle the BuSuKu schedule please.
'BuSuKu' is the indolence in which visionary experience arises in the common light of day and creative, compassionate, responsiveness is the ground of both ordinary and extreme situations: Dzogchen trekcho and togal in one schedule. This is little buddha sitting under the bodhi tree, rather than a way of worshipping the big buddha in the sky.
Susana Basáñez Guerrero email@example.com
Rosa Veronika Gomez ocelohuani at gmail.com
May all beings be happy!