Dathün at Dorje Denma Ling

The daily schedule beginnings at 7 am and ends at 9 pm. Sitting sessions are alternated with walking meditation, and with meals, tea, a mid-day work period, and personal time.

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November 1 – December 1, 2020

This program for both new and experienced meditators will follow the original intensive group retreat style introduced by Trungpa Rinpoche in the 1970s. Each day consists of a full schedule of alternating sitting and walking meditation, with guidance from experienced teachers. Meals will be taken in the meditation hall using the traditional Zen contemplative eating practice of oryoki.

This dathün practice has been rarely offered in recent years in North America.

In the practice of meditation, you step beyond your hope and fear. You develop trust in the strength of your being and in your ability to extend yourself to others, and you find you have tremendous willingness to do so. -Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

This dathün or “month of practice” is open to both new and experienced meditators. We will follow the intensive group retreat style introduced by Trungpa Rinpoche in the 1970s. Each day consists of a full schedule of alternating sitting and walking meditation. Meals will be taken in the meditation hall using the traditional Zen contemplative eating practice of oryoki.

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