Upcoming Events

White Tara Tsok Fundraiser & Birthday Celebration for Pema Khandro

With His Eminence Gyaldak Rinpoche

December 18, 2018

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

January 9, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

January 23, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

February 13, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

February 27, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

March 13, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

March 27, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

April 10, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

April 24, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

May 8, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

May 22, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

June 12, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

June 26, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

July 10, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

July 24, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

August 14, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

August 28, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

September 11, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

September 25, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

October 9, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

October 23, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

November 13, 2019

Open Teaching Webcast

With Pema Khandro

November 27, 2019

Dzogchen Day Webcast

With Pema Khandro

December 11, 2019

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Chodpa Kunzang Dorjee

Chodpa Kunzang Dorje is a Tibetan Yogi who specializes in the esoteric meditation known as Chod, severing the roots of suffering. He practices and teaches in the Charnel Grounds of Nepal and India and in his center in Boudha, the Khandro Labdron Shije Chod Institute. Since he is fluent in English, he offers a comprehensive training in all aspects of Chod for visitors from all over the world. His teachers are Lama Wangdu Rinpoche, Lama Chodak Rinpoche and Ani-Dawa, “Mo-mo-la,” who is a ninety-year-old yogini living in retreat in Nagakort. Learn more about his activities at his website: http://chodpa.blogspot.com/

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Father Francis V. Tiso is a theologian and scholar who specializes in inter-religious dialogue between Tibetan Buddhism and Catholicism. He is a Catholic priest, writer and professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. His research has included the great Tibetan Yogi, Milarepa and the subject of miraculous death in Tibetan Buddhist thought – the rainbow body. His recent work focuses on the connections between concepts of dying in Central Asia during the medieval period and the resurrection of Jesus. He is the author of the book “Rainbow Body and Resurrection,” which includes insights into the geographical connections between Dzogchen and religions across Central Asia.


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urlKhenpo Gawang Rinpoche is the founder and spiritual director of Pema Karpo Meditation Center in Memphis, Tennessee. Having completed thirty years as a monk, fourteen years of teaching experience, and nine years of study at the Buddhist University of Namdroling Monastery in South India, he holds a Khenpo degree, the Buddhist equivalent of a PhD. Gawang Rinpoche came to the United States in 2004 at the invitation of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche and Shambhala International. He proudly became an American citizen in 2012. Rinpoche is the author of Your Mind Is Your Teacher, The Sadhana of Shakyamuni Buddha and The Excellent Path to Enlightenment by Longchenpa.

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nechung-kuten-san-franciscoNechung Kuten-la holds a position of great responsibility for the Tibetan Government as the Tibetan State Oracle – a healer and spiritual advisor. Nechung Kuten-la escaped Tibet with his family in 1966.

He ordained at Nechung Monastery in 1970 at the age of 12, in Dharamsala, India. He served as a ritual assistant of the previous Nechung Rinpoche. Then after receiving signs, visions and confirmation from HH Dalia Lama – In 1987 he was recognized as the next Nechung Oracle.
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His Eminence Gyaldak Rinpoche is head of Druk Tashi Dhargey Cholkor Dechenling Monastery of Eastern Tibet. In the lineage of the great Yogi Milarepa, Rinpoche was recognized as the tulku (reincarnation) of one of the three main disciples of Gampopa – Dorje Gyalpo – by the great Nyingma Yogi Sera Yangtrul and Sakya Dawa Sangpo. Rinpoche lived in Tibet until 1991 and was taught by the Karmapa…. Read More

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Lama Lhanang Rinpoche is a spiritual teacher of the Nyingma Longchen Nying-Thig teachings of Tibetan Buddhism who has studied with many masters from different lineages. He shares teachings from an unbroken tradition in a way that is fresh, cross-cultural, and current for these times. He is an accomplished instructor of meditation, Anu-yoga, art, Feng-shui, cultural and historical studies as well as a skilled practitioner of Tibetan medicine…. Read More


NgNgak'chang_Rinpocheak’chang Rinpoche is the founder of the international Nyingma organization known as Sang-ngak-chö-dzong.
Between 1970 and 1984, Ngak’chang Rinpoche spent extended periods in the Himalayas receiving teachings from
many of the most revered teachers of the Nyingma Tradition. He was recognized by Dilgo Khyentsé Rinpoche as the
reincarnation of Aro Yeshé and his teachers were…. Read More