Yeshe Lama Retreat: Rushen and Trekcho
with Lama Lena
Aug 22- Sept 1, 2014 at the Dharma Centre of Canada
The yogis and yoginis in the Nyingma tradition of Vajrayana are amongst the wildest and wooliest of all Buddhist practitioners. Yeshe Lama (Wisdom Teacher) and the practice of “Rushen” which it introduces is one of the most important Dzogchen practices of that lineage. It is an intensely experiential practice, in which students may go beyond linear concept and intellectual understanding to awaken their own unlimited openness and Buddha nature. The original text comes from the Tibetan adept Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa (1730-1798) and is part of the Longchen Nyingtik teachings. Meditators who have some retreat experience can receive this vibrantly alive, seldom offered, teaching to further their own realizations and awaken infinite compassion.
Lama Lena is a teacher of Direct Mind Perception Meditation in the Mahamudra and the Maha Ati traditions. She has spent over 30 years as a practitioner of Dzogchen and Chagchen, as a cave yogi, and also traveling, translating and teaching with the Venerable Wangdor Rimpoche, whose Great Perfection lineage she holds.
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