Dzogchen in Everyday Life” Episode 4: Dzogchen and the “relief” of emotions on a daily basis - the saturation
In this fourth episode of the series “Dzogchen in Everyday Life”, we will continue to explore the relief of emotions with a specific focus on the group of emotions linked to saturation, exhaustion and burn-out. Mila Khyentse and Franck Armand will share their experience and some advice on this truly contemporary topic.
Few of us are familiar with our own emotions. Most of the time, we endure them and we do not know how to have an impact on them. This is simply because we don’t know them well. The Great Perfection shows us how, through comprehensive examples, we can get to know them and how they work, and finally appease them.
In this episode, Mila Khyentse and Franck Armand focus on the emotions of saturation, exhaustion and burn-out - emotions in which contradictory tendencies are present and experienced in a particularly intense way. This podcast will help us to better understand the process of saturation according to the Great Perfection and to learn how to rebalance the mind.
Dzogchen is a very direct tradition, which can be practiced in many different ways in our daily lives and which focuses on the liberation from suffering and the implementation of the means to achieve it. In this episode we explore the mechanism of saturation, exhaustion and burn-out and how we can relieve it.
Recap & Takeaways
“Dzogchen in Everyday Life” series. Episode 4: Dzogchen and the “relief” of emotions on a daily basis: saturation.
1. Testimonial : Franck Armand shares his personal experience of saturation and burn-out 2’04
2. Saturation: the point of view of the Great Perfection 6’19
3. Over focusing vs open concentration : advice from the Asian traditions 13’58
4. Mila Khyentse Rinpoche shares a short and efficient practice of the Great Perfection to rebalance the mind 18’17