Dust

Dust  Read More  “In a hundred years, all the people you know will be dead and gone” Dust 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...

Sharing Dzogchen

Sharing Dzogchen  Read More Sharing to Preserve. Preserving to Adapt. Adapting to Share. Integrating Dzogchen to share it Sharing Dzogchen means transmitting it and learning to transmit it. This is the third main part of the Dzogchen Today! project after preservation...

Adapting Dzogchen

Adapting Dzogchen  Read More Adapting to Share. Sharing to Preserve.Preserving to Adapt. Adapting for Today and Tomorrow To preserve Dzogchen is also to adapt it. Otherwise, how can it still live and exist, whether in our minds or in our actions? The second crucial...

Having (deep) Me Time

Having (deep) Me Time Written By Mila Khyentse Mila Khyentse is a French teacher of Tibetan Buddhism and Dzogchen and the Dzogchen Today! project initiator.  It is essential to have “me time” quite often. In this article, Mila Khyentse tells us how we can...

When the Absolute comes to the breakfast table

When the Absolute comes to the breakfast table Written By Damien Brohon Damien Brohon is an artist, a teacher and an author. He has been studying and practising Buddhism and Dzogchen for 30 years.  Damien, a long-time practitioner, talks to us about the irruption of...

The screen within the screen

The screen within the screen Written By  In this article, Gregoire, a philosopher to the core, questions the reality of our reality via screens. During the Covid epidemic many of us experienced online meetings. Spending hours in front of our screens to work, but not...