Dzogchen Mar Mo Dzub Khrid Teachings - Second Cycle

with H.E. 7th Kundol Rinpoche
Public talk: Fri., February 6, 7-8:15pm (open to all – no registration needed, suggested donation $10)

Retreat: Sat. February 7, 9:30am-5pm with lunch break and Sun. February 8, 10am-1pm
Olmo Ling Center & Institute, 1101 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.

We are very happy that H.E. 7th Kundol Rinpoche will return to Olmo Ling this winter to offer a special teaching from the Kundol lineage. Rinpoche will continue teaching on the Dzogchen Mar Mo Dzub Khrid. These are precious, rarely taught Dzogchen teachings from the Kundol lineage. The teaching is given in three cycles: Prerequisite Practices, Pith Instructions to the Nature of the Mind, and Post-Meditation. This February, Rinpoche will begin the second cycle, the Pith Instructions to the Nature of the Mind.

This retreat is open to anyone – it is not necessary to have attended the previous teaching on Dzogchen Mar Mo Dzub Khrid last year. If you cannot attend the retreat, please consider joining us for the public talk on Friday evening.

About 7th Kundol Rinpoche
Kundrol Rinpoche is the 7th reincarnation of the great Kundrol Jatson Nyingpo of Tibet. He is a renowned healer and psychic. Rinpoche’s warmth and compassion, his sense of humor and the unique qualities of his teachings have touched the lives of many beings. Rinpoche is a nonsectarian and has received teachings and empowerments with highly venerated Bon and Buddhist masters such as H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, H.H. Menling Tri Rinpoche, H.E. Dodrup Rinpoche and many others. Read more about Rinpoche here.

At his monastery Za Mongyal in India, Rinpoche is offering monastic training and education to a growing number of monks and children. Proceeds from this Retreat and the Public Talk will help support Rinpoche’s monastery and enable him to continue his efforts to offer education and shelter to young boys from poor families in the Tibetan borderlands.

Registration and costs (incl. the Talk on Friday): Teaching costs through Tues. January 27: $108 (Olmo Ling members), $120 (non-members). From January 28: $120 (members), $132 (non-members). No one is turned away for lack of funds; please contact our office at or 412 904 1112 well in advance for work exchange/scholarship arrangements.
Suggested donation for the Public Talk only: $10.

If you have questions, have difficulties registering or would like to register on the phone, please contact us at or 412 904 1112.

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