Friday Night Conversation in Theosophy
Featuring AJ Dickinson
AJ Dickinson is a SFTS member who has lived and traveled extensively in Tibet, Nepal and other parts of Asia. He now lives in Kyoto, Japan, teaching and writing. AJ speaks at the STFS whenever he is stateside.
Look below for the link to the .mp3 audio file of this talk.
Excerpt from Lodge Secretary’s Minutes for the Meeting:
Rime is a Tibetan term, means “non-sectarian.” Dzogchen, the Great View is a perspective. How do we make a difference? … How do we view ourselves? Our tiny, blue-green globe hanging in vast space … In vast space, our globe is barely a speck of dust amongst so many galaxies. This scientific/visual perspective has changed our personal perception, it changes our awareness … Perception, training. The one thing we know about our universe is that we don’t really know. Spiritual action requires we take care of our home …. Dzogchen uses vast space … A lively discussion followed.