Previous Events

Intensive Bön Atri (A Khrid) Dzogchen Training Program, 2019 – 2022 with Khenchen Tenpa Yungdrung Rinpoche

May 25 – June 2, 2020 &  Oct 13 – 23, 2020  |   Santa Fe, New Mexico
May 21 – 31, 2021 &  Nov 3 – Nov 11, 2021   |   Santa Fe, New Mexico
May 20 – 30, 2022 &  Oct 29 – Nov 8, 2022 |   Santa Fe, New Mexico

Upon the request of several Bön practitioners, we are pleased to announce the first year training sessions of a four year program of the Bön Atri (A Khrid) Dzogchen teachings.

The teachings of the Bön Atri (A Khrid), one of the most important spiritual traditions of Bön, guides the practitioner through fifteen step-by-step sessions to stabilize the realization of awakened awareness of primordial wisdom.

Read more…

Tummo I-III Teaching with Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung Rinpoche

May 2019

During these three day retreats in Boulder, Colorado, Khenpo covered the Kusum Rangshar. This was the sixth time that Khenpo has taught from this important text on Dzogchen written by the famous Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen Rinpoche. Tummo I retreat introduced Tummo (Inner Heat Yoga) as a supporting practice to abide in the Natural State. In Tummo II, Rinpoche continued teaching with the focus on the meditation practice to find greater clarity (deeper experience) of the Nature of Mind.

Comments from participating practitioners

“This practice strengthens my experience of daily resting in the nature of mind.”

“I found Khenpo la’s recent teachings in Boulder to be absolutely pivotal.  This is an extraordinarily rare opportunity for those of us in the Rocky Mountains to have the opportunity to receive continued teachings from the Kusum Rangshar text.”

“Khenpo and Geshe Yungdrung bring a transformative atmosphere of luminosity and accessibility in presenting the pointing out instructions of Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen.”

“The intro to Tummo Retreat began in a beautiful peaceful setting at the Starhouse in Boulder, CO. It was wonderful to connect with old friends and share the weekend receiving clear instructions with opportunity to practice and to familiarize with the preparatory Tummo practices. We all enjoyed the specially prepared picnic lunch together and time walking in the fresh mountain air. I look forward to returning next time. “