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Dzogchen Meditation: Spacious Ease Cultivating Stillness, Thought Activity and Awareness

With Lama Justin von Bujdoss recorded on January 14, 2024.

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Dzogchen (Sanskrit: Ati Yoga) is the most simple, direct, and profound Vajrayana Buddhist path to reveal the sky-like nature of our own mind which is clear, vast, and unobstructed by the clouds of afflictive emotions.

Join Lama Justin for an introduction to Dzogchen meditation in which we will explore how to feel into the mind’s true nature through working with thought activity, stillness and awareness.

(Please note that the first minute or so of this session is very quiet, but that the sound soon improves.)

Listen to the audio version below, or click here to download the mp3.

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Tara Lotus
Tara Lotus
5 months ago

Thank you so much! I was moved in this practice.

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