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What about me?
To kick off the “life together” series, Grégoire tackles one of the great illusions of our society, one that often puts us into action, for better or for worse: love, the great love.
In the last post of this action series, ‘The Enlightened Activity’, Mila Khyentse talks about the universal compassion, enlightened activity.
This second post of the Meaning of Action series, “Thought, the Mother of Action?” by Mila Khyentse, deals with the origin of action.
In this article, “Truth or Dare”, Johanne tells us about the difficulty of taking action, and its simplicity in Dzogchèn.
With the article “The Woman and the Vampire” written by Mila Khyentse Rinpoche, it is Halloween time in the Himalayas!
In his article « Vacations in the nature of the mind”, Damien shows us that sensations are the luminous nature of our mind.
In this article, “Catching the Wave in Dzogchen”, Mila Khyentse talks (a lot) about sand, surfing and the Dzogchen path.
In this article, Johanne tells us about the state of primordial nature through the experience of finding a place of our memories.
In this article “The loss of the meaning of existence”, Damien Brohon talks about the feeling of the loss of the meaning of existence and the possibility of openness it offers us.
In this article “Hello my pain”, Paul tells us about his experience of degeneration and its integration through the practice of Dzogchen.
In his article “Unstagrammable”, Paul depicts us our life between like(s) and dislike(s), between the extremes of existence and their end…
In this article, Solastalgia and Dzogchen, Mila Khyentse discusses the impact of global change on our lives and the perspective of Dzogchen.
In this article, Mila Khyentse talks about the New Year’s Eve and its meaning in general and in Tibet in particular. Happy New year!
The Light of the Night – Christmas – In this article Mila Khyentse talks about the light of the night and the importance of celebrations.
In all traditions there are fantastic stories, which scare you, which prevent you from sleeping at night. The Himalayan world is also full of terrifying tales of demons, spirits and mass graves… Mila Khyentse invites us to enter this world.
In this article, Damien Brohon talks about the reality (or unreality) of our thoughts, the creative process of the mind, and the difficulty of writing an article for Dzogchen Today! !
In the subway, my eyes fell on some dust in the corner of my suitcase. It was like a click, a door that opened on the sudden realization that even a suitcase doesn’t last forever.
In this article Mila Khyentse talks about the importance to share the Dzogchen tradition and how to transmit it. This may help today!
In this article, Mila Khyentse talks about the need to adapt the Dzogchen teachings to the thinking and cultures of today and tomorrow.
It is essential to have “me time” quite often. In this article, Mila Khyentse tells us how we can reconnect with ourselves, Dzogchen style…
Damien, a long-time practitioner, talks to us about the irruption of the absolute in our daily lives. It can even invite itself at breakfast time, a time when we would like to remain quiet…
In this article, Gregoire, a philosopher to the core, questions the reality of our reality via screens.
In this article Nils asks himself, in the Dzogchen way, about the meaning of death and by consequence of life… while eating a croissant.
In the turmoils of life, open our mind to the turtle’s awareness: a slow but mindful pace…