Estonian Dzogchen Community
The Dzogchen teachings are neither a philosophy, nor a religious doctrine, nor a cultural tradition. Understanding the message of the teachings means discovering one's own true condition, stripped of all the self-deceptions and falsifications which the mind creates. The very meaning of the Tibetan term Dzogchen, 'Great Perfection', refers to the true primordial state of every individual and not to any transcendent reality.
Excerpt from the book of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche
First Estonians met Rinpoche during his teaching tour to Baltic countries in 1992. First Estonian disciples became members of the International Dzogchen Community in 1999. At present there are 26 members in Estonian Dzogchen Community.
Coming at the end of March
Lecture "Mindfulness versus Distracted Mind" and