Dharma on Stormy Seas

Taming the Wildness of Mind
with Dungse Jampal Norbu
Saturday, September 29, 2018 to Sunday, September 30, 2018
Pema Osel Do Ngak Choling

In a time of conflicting stories and finger-pointing, it may be difficult to find confidence in our own experience. Instead of acting from our intelligence, we may find ourselves succumbing to habitual reactions. The practices of deep self-reflection and altruism bring out our innate intelligence. As our confidence in our personal experience grows, dharma becomes a tool to find solidarity with the world and our own wisdom mind in the face of confusion and discord.

Dungse Jampal Norbu will discuss the relevance of the practices of insight and compassion, which form the basis of the bodhisattva path, to today’s complex social and political environment. The weekend includes three talks, meditation instruction, and discussion.

Dungse Jampal is the son and dharma heir of Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche. He guides the administration of Mangala Shri Bhuti, teaches throughout the year, and practices in intensive retreat.

Vanessa Waxman