The Dance of the Song of the Vajra (Part 2) at Dondrubling in Berkeley, CA

Deepening Course in Dance of the Song of the Vajra

May 22 – 24, 2015

 

With Bodhi Krause, authorized Vajra Dance instructor

 

In the Dzogchen teaching, sound and movement are very important because they are the means to integrate oneself into the state of contemplation. The Vajra Dance is principally a practice to harmonize the energy of the individual. If one has a more profound knowledge of the meaning of the Dance, it becomes a method for integrating the three existences of body, voice and mind into the knowledge of the state of contemplation. This integration is one of the most important aims of a Dzogchen practitioner. The Vajra Dance is practiced on a Mandala which represents the correspondence between the internal dimension of the individual and the outer dimension of the world. The Vajra Dance was introduced by Dzogchen Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu in 1990, and has been practiced since then in various places and centers of the Dzogchen Community around the world.

 

Schedule

Friday, May 22            6 – 9pm

Saturday, May 23      10am – 1pm, 4 – 7pm

Sunday, May 24        10am – 1pm, 4 – 7pm

 

Cost: $100; or $20 drop-in per session

 

Attendance:   The Deepening course is offered to those who already know well at least one aspect of the complete Dance of the Song of the Vajra.

Participants are requested to be members of the International Dzogchen Community who have received transmission of the Dzogchen teachings from Chögyal Namkhai Norbu. Please bring your current membership card to the first session.

 

For more information and to register, please contact k.macdougall (@) att.net

 

Please make checks payable to Dzogchen Community West Coast and
mail to Dondrubling, 2728 Adeline Street, Suite D, Berkeley CA 94707

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