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Dzogchen Orgyen Chö Ling

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1977

  • The first summer school is run as a short, intensive period of study and practice giving a thorough introduction to Buddhism.


1978


He teaches on Mahayana and Vajrayana in the context of Lamdré.


1979

He teaches on Dzogchen View and Practice, to up to 250 people at St Mark’s Hall over twelve days.

At Chelsea Town Hall he teaches on meditation to two thousand people. He also teaches on Richö to a smaller group of ‘senior students’.

Dudjom Rinpoche appends the word 'Dzogchen' to the centre name, Orgyen Chö Ling.[1]

  • The third summer school—Meditation in Action—is held during August and September.


1980


1981

  • A need had arisen for a place to accommodate larger numbers of people.

Alongside this, there is a need to give expression to the openness of the teaching of Buddha and derive full benefit from contact with various disciplines in the arts and sciences.

To facilitate these needs, The Rigpa Fellowship, a charitable trust, was founded.


Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche teaches on the three yanas and the two truths on the 14th and 15th.


Referecnes

  1. source: Pete Fry


see also: Rigpa organization

Source

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