Primordial Knowledge – Vienna

at Samdrubling, Vienna

with Jim Valby

Public Talk: “Primordial Knowledge” – Friday 21st March

Open Seminar “Primordial Knowledge” – Saturday 22nd March

SMS Base Teachings for Dzogchen Community members – Sunday 23rd till Tuesday 25th  March

Primordial Knowledge

Primordial means timeless, eternal, atemporal, primal, original, from the beginning, ever-existing, already and forever, beyond cause and effect.

Knowledge refers to oral, symbolic and direct modes of transmission, through which the primordial source manifests its wisdom-energies inside time corresponding to the specific circumstances of each sentient being.  Everything is knowledge, without any limitations.

The essence of primordial knowledge is pure perfect presence – unceasing empty luminous wisdom-energy manifestations.  ‘Enlightenment’ is just a word without any meaning.  Enlightenment does not really exist.  It is total fantasy to search for enlightenment.  Pure perfect presence already pervades everything as self-perfected primordial enlightenment.

There is nothing to conceive with a view.

There is nothing to eliminate, create or change through meditation.

There is nothing to correct with behaviour.

There is nothing to achieve or maintain as a goal.

Schedule

Friday 21st March, Public Talk:   19:00 – 21:00

Saturday 22nd March, Open Seminar:   10:00 -13:00  and 15:00 – 18:00

Sunday 23rd March, SMS Base (Purification): 10:00 – 13:00 and 15:00 -18:00

Monday 24th March, SMS Base (Purification): 10:00 – 13:00 and 15:00 – 17:30

Tuesday25th March, SMS Base (Purification): 10:00 – 13:00 and 15:00 – 17:30

Location

Mandalahof, Fleischmarkt 16, Stiege 1, 1DG, 1010 Wien

Contact

wien@dzogchen.at

www.dzogchen.at

Participation fee

Friday evening: voluntary donation from €15

Saturday only: €50

Friday and Saturday: €60

All 5 days (for DC members only): €130

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (for DC members only): €120

Only 1 of these days (for DC members): €50

Only for DC members, single morning or afternoon Session on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday: €25

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