Dzogchen Course 2014 with Tsoknyi Rinpoche, in the UK.

If you wanted instruction on Dzogchen, here is an opportunity. Rinpoche will give the pointing out instruction, and an excellent authentic explanation.

Booking details for Bruton 2014 retreat with Tsoknyi Rinpoche
 
OPEN PRESENCE THE DZOGCHEN WAY

Pundarika UK Easter Retreat 7 – 13 April 2014

Bruton Girls’ School, Somerset

Booking for this open retreat will start on the 1st December.   We expect a high demand, especially for single rooms, so if interested we suggest you book promptly.   Please read all the information contained below carefully, then click on the link at the bottom to make your booking.  

As usual this will be a silent retreat.   A commitment is required to attend the whole retreat.  Tsoknyi Rinpoche will be giving the Pointing Out instructions, traditionally regarded as the highest teachings, a great opportunity for new people and for older students to refresh their understanding.  Rinpoche has given permission for folk to stay offsite if required.

All meals (vegetarian) are included.

Registration will be on the afternoon of the 7th, first teachings that evening.   The retreat will finish on the morning of the 13th.

Cost
Retreat fee £200

Plus accommodation TOTAL
Single room £200 £400
Twin place £180 £380
Shared accommodation £150 £350
Offsite: costs will be retreat fee plus £18 day fee to Bruton. Five full days (including lunch and refreshments) £90 £290

Booking Instructions
A booking form and payment are required to secure your booking.  There may be a delay notifying you of your reservation as many requests will be sent at the start of December, please be patient.

Payment can be made using the following methods.  Please send the full amount (preferred) or £200 deposit with rest payable on arrival at the retreat.

Internet bank transfer (preferable for us) Very easy if you bank online – enter account name, number and sort code:   Pundarika UK,  00585440. 30 96 56

Paypal –  You don’t need a Paypal account to do this.  Once you have filled in the online form, a Paypal button will appear allowing you to select your accommodation and pay the relevant amount. Please note £5 has been added to cover the PP fees.
Cheque made payable to Pundarika UK and sent to Michelle Bernard, 48 St. Barnabas Road,  Cambridge, CB1 2DE.

International Bank Transfer:  – Lloyds Bank, Market House, Penzance, Cornwall.

IBAN :  GB35 LOYD 3096 5600 5854 40.    BIC :  LOYD GB  21293 .

Cancellation Charges

Cancellation before January 31st - £50

Cancellation February 1st – March 1st  £100

Cancellation March 1st – April 7th £200

Booking form

Carole Bishop, 

Director, Pundarika UK.

carole@pundarika.uk.net

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3 Responses to Dzogchen Course 2014 with Tsoknyi Rinpoche, in the UK.

  1. Daisy says:

    Hello Tony and thank you for posting this – I am very interested! May I ask a few questions?

    Is it easy to get to the place by public transport?
    What is the accommodation like?
    Is it friendly?!
    Will I have a chance to meet the teacher personally and perhaps have a little chat?

    Thanks again
    Daisy

  2. tony says:

    Hello Daisy,
    There is a train station near by, and rides are organised to get to it after the retreat.
    Someone actually came from Hong Kong to be there.

    The accommodation is good…plenty of tea, coffee and herbs with hot water available.
    The food is very good.

    Friendly? Yes. What is great is that it is silent. No projections, lots of nods and smiles.

    There are four one hour meditations a day. Some sit outside. Rinpoche give a talk in
    the morning and one in the afternoon. There is always time to up your feet up!

    We do get private interviews, although very short as there are about 120 people for him
    to see. Sometimes we have small group interviews.

    Tony

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