Date & Time Details: 6pm-6:30pm PST / 9pm-9:30pm EST

Location: Online

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Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

December 12, 2018

Guided meditation and discussion with Pema Khandro.
This 30 minute online class is free and open to Buddhist Yogis Sangha Members only. Click Here to become a Member

Join online for this monthly class to practice meditation and discuss esoteric Buddhism with Pema Khandro. This class is a joyful opportunity to connect with the Buddhist Yogis worldwide sangha and raise your questions directly to Pema Khandro Rinpoche.

What is Dzogchen Day?
Dzogchen is an esoteric Tibetan Buddhist teaching that focuses on waking up to the goodness and wisdom within every human being. In the tradition of Buddhist Yogis, we prioritize the integration of this natural goodness with the full range of life experiences – so spiritual work doesn’t disengage us from the world, it equips us to live more wakefully within it.

As a key for busy householders to maintain regular practice, in Tibetan tradition, two days are held as the most important days for householders to practice every month, so we offer Dakini Day and Dzogchen day to support this practice. To help support busy Buddhist Yogis in keeping a stable practice schedule – Dzogchen Day Meditation Class is held with Pema Khandro every second Wednesday of the month at 6pm PST / 9pm EST.

Members are sent reminder emails with the class link 24 hours before and again 1 hour before the class starts.

Occasionally, in the event of her absence, while Pema Khandro Rinpoche is travelling or in retreat – this class is led by her senior students.

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Pema Khandro
Pema Khandro is an internationally renowned teacher and scholar of Buddhist philosophy. Ordained in the Nyingma lineage, enthroned as a tulku, and trained as an academic, her teachings celebrate the dynamic coalescence of tradition and the modern context. She is the founder of Ngakpa International and its three projects: The Buddhist Studies Institute, Dakini Mountain and the Yogic Medicine Institute. In her work as a Buddhist teacher she is an authorized Lama and lineage holder of the Nyingma and Kagyu traditions and was enthroned to carry on the lineage of her predecessor, the first Pema Khandro, an early twentieth century…
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