Returning to the Source ~ a Guru Yoga, for modern times with Jangchub
Apr 5, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – Apr 14, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
This retreat offers a modern perspective on the heart of Guru Yoga. Historically, Guru Yoga is the one essential practice in the Tibetan traditions of Mahāmudra and Dzogchen. Why?
And, why are these practices still so relevant in the modern world, for the unfolding of our deepest human potential.
Mature people realise that they do not know, what they do not know.
Do you know, that you don’t know?
Do you feel that there is something that you know you should know?
These are fundamental questions for all spiritual pilgrims. Perhaps, you have had many liberating experiences in life and in meditation and yet, maybe, you still feel that there is something missing?
The practices of Guru Yoga provide a clear pathway for understanding the mysteries of being human that transcend languaging. This is a retreat, for those that have the curiosity, wisdom and humility to enquire into the unknown.
The unbroken wholeness of totality is always right here, being pointed out by the Lineage, and waiting to be experienced. Guru Yoga is the direct way to enter into knowing that which, we do not know (yet).
Are you ready for the Leap?
Think about your own teachers,
the ones who showed you a pathway
you didn’t know existed.
Honour them in your writing.
April 5th~14th, 2019
Guru Yoga in the modern world is for people who are serious about walking the spiritual path. Anyone who wants a taste of freedom and to be of service to many others,
both beginners and those who wish to deepen this practice, are sincerely invited.
Facilitator - Jangchub ‘Lindsay’ Reid
Jangchub Reid has been a teacher of meditation since 1973. He trained in the practice of mindfulness and Buddha Dharma since 1975 with his main teacher, Namgyal Rinpoche, master of many Buddhist traditions.
He received inspiration and many transmissions from great masters, such as H.H. the XVI Karmapa, Choegyal Namkhai Norbu, H.H. Sakya Trizin, and H.E. Chobgye Trichen Rinpoche.
Jangchub teaches in an open, relaxed way that is direct and accessible to people of any background. He encourages people to experience for themselves the true nature of their minds, thus liberating a profound flow of peace and compassion.
Since 2003, he has also taught in the UK, France and Brazil, as well as New Zealand. In 2013, he founded Mindfulness Trainings International (MTi), – training programmes for instructors’ of mindfulness.
*this fee includes food, accommodation and a resource fee
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For more information please contact course managers:
Ana Paula Ueti: email@example.com
or Juliana Griese: firstname.lastname@example.org