Program Listings


Chariot of Mahamudra Weekend Retreat

With Acharya Richard John.

June 5 - 7, 2020
Dorje Denma Ling
Register now and get CAD $50.00 off the program price. Offer valid until Mar 8, 2020.
Mahamudra, the "great symbol," is among the most profound traditions of vajrayana Buddhism, but it is also extremely simple and direct. […]

Nine-Day Mahamudra Retreat 2020

With Acharya Richard John

June 5 - 14, 2020
Dorje Denma Ling
Register now and get CAD $100.00 off the program price. Offer valid until Apr 26, 2020.
A nine-day advanced mahamudra retreat following practice text "Pointing Out the Dharmakaya," the classic liturgy by Wangchuk Dorje, the Ninth Karmapa. […]

Listening Mind – Deepening Presence and Connection

With Roger Guest

August 21 - 28, 2020
Dorje Denma Ling
Register now and get CAD $100.00 off the program price. Offer valid until May 23, 2020.
We have become slave to the powerful, seemingly omnipresent master of our personalities, known as the "Thinking Mind." While the experience of being lost in thought is epidemic and untethered discursiveness has become chronic, there are ways we can regain our sanity in the non-conceptual world by connecting to "Listening Mind."[…]

Listening Mind Weekend Retreat – The Freshness of Impermanence

With Roger Guest

August 21 - 23, 2020
Dorje Denma Ling
Register now and get CAD $50.00 off the program price. Offer valid until May 24, 2020.
Focusing on the simplicity of Listening Mind, we will explore techniques that allow any situation - work, play, sitting, walking, being alone or with others - to support and deepen our connection to reality, to nature, to others and to ourselves. […]

Celebrating the Vajrayana

With Acharya Christie Cashman

October 2 - 8, 2020
Dorje Denma Ling
Register now and get a CAD $75.00 off the assembly price. Offer valid until Jun 30, 2020.
The vajrayana teachings are renowned for providing the strongest medicine in times of the greatest confusion. But it’s also during these times that practices such as invoking the deity, resting in the nature of mind, or engaging in sacred perception can feel very remote.[…]