Rigpa Annual Meditation Retreat

What Meditation Really Is .


This retreat is designed both for complete beginners in meditation as well as for students who wish to deepen their experience of meditation in a supportive retreat environment.

It will closely follow the structure of the ‘What Meditation Really Is’ course, which forms the basis of Rigpa’s meditation tradition. It will also be held in the spirit of the Dzogchen—the most ancient and direct stream of wisdom within the Buddhist tradition of Tibet—which is known for its clarity, depth and simplicity, as well as its understanding of our innermost true nature.

Led by a team of experienced international meditation instructors, we will explore the art of meditation through clear instructions, guided practices and personal guidance and advice. There will also be time for personal reflection, to go for walks in nature, to enjoy silent periods, and to simply relax and take a break.

This retreat forms a natural basis and grounding in meditation, which would allow you to follow the next retreat with Tsoknyi Rinpoche (6-11 August) if you wished to do so.

Special Offer Button v2This event is followed by 6 days of teachings with Tsoknyi Rinpoche (6–11 August), if you join the two events you will automatically benefit of 20% reduction on the Tsoknyi Rinpoche’s event fees. Choose the event “Meditation retreat and Tsoknyi Rinpoche” when registering online. More info about the teachings with Tsoknyi Rinpoche here.

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To see the programme for Rigpa students please log in with your "Rigpa Admin & Care" email and password. If you are a student from another sangha and you think you qualify to participate to this event, please send an email to registration@rigpa.org