The Simple Formula

The teachings on the ‘simple formula’ are based on the instructions of the great Dzogchen masters of the past. These teachings give a clear structure and framework for how to bring the teachings into our everyday lives. They are a helpful introduction for newer students setting up their practice, but can also be of great benefit to more experienced students who have been struggling for some time to stabilize their practice.

The teachings consist of instructions on how to create the right environment, practise in formal sessions and integrate in your everyday life.

This course is 12 sessions.

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Who Meditates at Work?

by 77180211d007fc93fced63b0b54fb7dc, April 10, 2014

Do you start your work meetings with a couple of minutes of meditation? This morning, I talked with a teacher who has just introduced meditation into her classroom. "The great thing is," she said, "that it gives me a break in the day. Read More >

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