with Bodhi Krause
One Day at a Time Course Approach
- We continue to be present and learn in relaxed way
Requires transmission to attend.*
Saturdays, January 6th & 20th
Saturday & Sunday, January 27th & 28th
Saturdays, February 3rd, 17th & 24th
Saturdays, March 3rd, 10th
Saturday & Sunday, March 17th & 18th
Saturdays, March 24th & 31st
Tsegyalgar East, Schoolhouse Gonpa
Morning Session 10am-12pm
Afternoon Session 1:30pm - 4pm
Bring lunch - so we can eat together at schoolhouse for an early afternoon start (and finish).
**When class date falls on a Sunday start time is approximately 10:30am, after the 9:30am Collective Practice.
Fee $350/Full Course or $30/Session
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The Dance of the Vajra is a result of the profound meditation of the Dzogchen master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu. In the Dzogchen teaching the Vajra is a symbol of our essential nature, which is pure, clear and immutable like a diamond. Practicing the Dance of the Vajra one can discover this real nature by being in the state of contemplation; and one can learn to maintain and stabilize this knowledge not only in sitting meditation but also being in movement. In this way it can become part of our daily life.
The “Dance of the Song of the Vajra” is a complex, symbolic dance connected particularly to the energetic aspect of our existence. Through their sound, all the syllables of the Song of the Vajra are linked to specific energy points within our inner mandala, our body, and our outer mandala, the external dimension of the world. Through sound, color and movement we can coordinate these energy points and create a harmonizing communication on the level of subtle energy
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