How do we make distinctions between dreaming, deep sleep, and being awake? Is there a way to experience the differences – and similarities – between these three states? Explore your dreams in this weekend retreat with Tibetan Bön Master and founder of Ligmincha Texas and Ligmincha International, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche!
The Jung Center’s Executive Director, Sean Fitzpatrick, will join Rinpoche for a Friday evening talk and conversation about dreaming from both the Tibetan and Jungian perspectives.
Then, retreat into practice and teaching with Rinpoche for the weekend, and invite an experience of the thread connecting our sleeping, dreaming, and waking consciousnesses. All are forms of awareness that can be experienced as a continuum – and can also manifest as a constant awareness called the “natural state.” Rinpoche will focus on dream practice, explaining the underlying concepts and teaching methods of inviting the experience of the natural state.
Join The Jung Center and our friends at Ligmincha Texas as we discover how connecting to our unchanging selves in the midst of these alternating states can open the way to profound transformations of our minds, hearts, and lives. All are welcome!
There is a separate registration for in-person and Zoom participation. A separate registration link is also available for the Friday night session only. The Full weekend registration includes the Friday night event.
For in-person attendees, Rinpoche’s newest revised and updated version of his book, Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep will be available to purchase and for a book signing following the Friday evening talk.
Live audio translations (Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian) will be available.