This weekend will highlight the three bardos, the intermediate states, phases or intervals, that we experience as our life, from the moment of conception, when consciousness connects with a physical base, to the moment when the connection between body and mind disconnects.
These three bardos are called, according to the teachings of Padmasambhava and the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism:
1. bardo of life, of being born and staying (kye-Ne)
2. the bardo of meditation, especially of deep collection (tinge-dsin)
3. bardo of the process of dying (shi-ke)
During this weekend Acharya Lama Kelzang will explain the three states in detail according to these teachings. In doing so, one will also come to understand how the practice of meditation, when practiced deeply, can prepare one for the dying process.
English with German translation.
Additional Texts used for daily practrice: PDF Download
This course is part of a trilogy. You can book the courses separately or in combination.
You can also book:
October, 13 – 15: On Living, Dying and Rebirth
December, 8 – 10: The Three Bardos Experienced as Dream and Death