Sogyal Rinpoche in New York:
The Natural Freedom of Mind
Two day event at Florence Gould Hall.
June 10 & June 11.
During this rare weekend retreat, Sogyal Rinpoche will teach on understanding the mind and the wisdom of meditation following in the spirit of the extraordinary teachings of Dzogchen—the Great Perfection, which is the highest wisdom of the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition.
By integrating the wisdom of these teachings fully into our daily life, our inherent awareness, wakefulness, wisdom, love, and compassion begin to radiate out to everything we do and to everyone we encounter. We become truly alive—confident, open and at ease in any situation.
See HERE for more information and links to registration.
April 2017 Events
Weekly Open / Drop-in Meditation at WeWork Chelsea
Join experienced meditation instructors and WeWork Wellness Tuesdays at 6:30pm in the Quiet Room at WeWork on 115 West 18th Street, 4th Floor. Sessions offer introductory instructions mindfulness and calm abiding meditation, guided meditation sessions, and space to engage with colleagues in exploring new ways of working with our minds. Sessions will last 45-60 minutes.
Every Tuesday. 6:30pm. Space is limited, please RSVP. For more information, see here.
We Have Moved!
We are happy to share that we are now located at 151 W. 30th St, Room 403. Kundrolling/The Dzogchen Community NY – students of Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche – have kindly and warmly opened their space to us. For more information about Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, see here and here.
Movie Night! Buddha’s Lost Children
Filmed on location among the hill tribes in the border regions of Burma and Thailand. A nomadic, horseback-riding Buddhist monk, Phra Kru Ba, a former boxer known as the “Tiger Monk,” devotes his life to helping the isolated communities there, and rescuing orphan children. With his Golden Horse Temple he’s built an orphanage, school and clinic, a haven for the children of the region, who see him as a shaman, father figure and coach.
Buddha’s Lost Children gives the term “grassroots Buddhism” new meaning.
Friday April 28, 7pm. For more information, see here.
Rigpa Sangha Events:
- Sangha Day: April 8, 10:30am
- Group Ngondro Practice and Study: THURSDAY April 13 7pm
- Tsok days: Thursday April 6 & Friday April 21.
- Movie Night! Friday April 28, 7pm