Dzogchen Teaching & Practice
with Keith Dowman in Portland, Oregon
The Dzogchen Trekcho View
~ The Radical Dzogchen view made plain ~
Saturday & Sunday, August 11 & 12, 2012
(10 AM - 5 PM)
Location: Nritya Mandala Mahavihara
1405 SE 40th Ave
Portland OR 97214
Dzogchen Pointing Out and Carrying On Instruction, from the radical Dzogchen perspective, is for both beginners and old hands alike because 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, is the one that bypasses Tibetan culture.
A profound inclination towards Dzogchen is the only real requirement.
In 1966 Keith Dowman traveled from his native England east to India where he began his journey of Buddhist practice and his career as a Tibetan translator. A partial list of his important translations include Calm and Clear, The Divine Madman, Sky Dancer, Masters of Mahamudra, The Flight of the Garuda, and Natural Perfection.
Among his many illustrious teachers he counts Kanjur Rinpoche, Dudjom Rinpoche, Tulku Pema Wangyel, Tarthang Tulku, Chimme Rikdzin Rinpoche, Choegyel Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, and HH the 16th Karmapa.
Keith leads Buddhist meditation retreats and workshops in Europe and the Americas and has gained a reputation for his direct approach to Vajrayana Buddhism and Dzogchen, free of cultural trappings, ritual, and jargon.
For more information on Keith and access to his online writing and books, go to www.keithdowman.net
Additionally, both Snow Lion and Amazon carry many of his books.
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~ The full cost of this year’s weekend retreat is $100 ~
Register in advance for priority seating.
To reserve, you have a choice of making a deposit of $50 or paying in full.
For this event all payments will be CASH OR CHECKS ONLY, PLEASE.
Make your check for $50 or $100 to Radical Dzogchen and mail to:
2052 NE 165th Drive
Portland, Oregon 97230
For any personal financial considerations contact Carolyn Boch (503-866-8889)
or email us at email@example.com
Our venue, The Nritya Mandala Mahavihara has been graciously made available by Helen Appell and Prajwal Vajracarya, the directors. The location is an intimate and authentic Newar style Vajrayana temple.
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Keith will be in Olympia, WA on the following weekend, Aug. 17-19, 2012
continuing the teaching on the Dzogchen trekcho view, meditation, and practice.
For further details on this event check the Bodhi House webpage at www.bodhihouse.org
or email Kunzang at firstname.lastname@example.org ~ phone (360-459-1967)
Wishing all beings great auspiciousness in all things