by | Jan 8, 2012 | News

kilungwebOn the Weekend of April 10-11, H.E. KILUNG JIGME RINPOCHE, will hold a retreat in Portland!

This precious teaching, Tsik Sum Ne Dek, or Hitting the Essence in Three Words, is one of the highest systems of developing our rigpa-awareness. It was brought into our world by the first human Dzogchen master, Garab Dorje. Through it we come to understand the nature of Dzogpachenpo and the nature of our own mind.

Introducing directly the face of rigpa in itself.
Decide upon one thing, and one thing only.
Confidence directly in the liberation of rising thoughts.

Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
$120 suggested donation.

Prerequisite: Some Dzogchen practice experience & Refuge vows.
Location: Northeast Portland, Oregon. Call to preregister, for address, and more information contact Diane or Cutty: 503-282-9694
Please arrive at 9:00 on Saturday to complete registration and get settled.
Lunch on your own. Bring a cushion.

Kilung Jigme Rinpoche is an important holder of the Dzogchen-Longchen Nyingtik lineage. He is the fifth reincarnation of H.H. Jigme Ngotsar Gyatso, one of the “Four Jigmes,” heart-sons of Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa. He teaches almost entirely in the Longchen Nyingtik tradition. Rinpoche has been presenting Buddhism to students in the west since 1998. Simultaneously he has actively maintained his seat as head of Kilung Monastery in east Tibet, continuing to fulfill his role in rebuilding that monastery and bringing humanitarian solutions to its wider community of nomads and townspeople. He lives on south Whidbey Island at Yeshe Long House.

Kilung Jigme Rinpoche will give refuge vows for those who have never received them previously. Open dana.
Same location. Call for exact time.

Sponsored by PEMA KILAYA RANGJUNG NGOTSAR DZOGCHEN CHOLING Sangha of H.E. Kilung Jigme Rinpoche in the Tibetan Buddhist Nyingma lineage of Dzogchen-Longchen Nyingtig
PO Box 622, Langley, WA 98260

We are most fortunate that H.E. Kilung Rinpoche will be in Portland.  I hope to see you there!

Allyndreth Stead, Editor

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