Tana Dungsey Rinpoche: The Role Deities Play in Life and Death

May 17th—May 19th

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    Room: Main Shrine Room

    Tentative Schedule:
    : 2-5 pm
    Saturday: 9-12 and 2-5 pm
    Sunday: 9-12 and 2-5 pm

    In-Person: $195
    Zoom: $125
    (Scholarships available)

    In this retreat, Rinpoche will explore the miracle of deity practice. We engage with deities in sadhana practice, and they become powerful enhancers of pure perception. When, at death, we begin dissolution, deities become available and are especially helpful to us in our transition.

    For more information, and for registration, go to the Tana Yelpa event webpage HERE.

    About Tana Dungsey Rinpoche

    Tana Dungsey Rinpoche

    Rinpoche is the current Yelpa Kagyu lineage holder, recognized by 16th Karmapa. Yelpa Kagyu is one of the 8 lineages descended from Phagmodrupa and Sangye Yelpa (12thc). He splits his time between his home in Broomfield CO and Kollegal, India, home of the Tana Monastery. 

    For more information on Tuna Dungsey Rinpoche, click HERE.

    Tana Dungsey Rinpche is giving a free talk at the Boulder Shambhala Center on Monday, April 29th. Details can be found HERE