Although wars and environmental crises are taking place in many parts of the world, through love and compassion, people from different religions and regions can bring peace to our world, increase stability in our society, enhance harmony in our family, and create happiness in our mind. “   HH Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche. 

A Year of Environmental Action begins on Earth Day 2021.  Join HH Drikung Kyabgon’s team with your accumulation of acts and see the global effect of working together.

HH Drikung Kyabgon Drikung Chetsang Rinpoche designed the Shravasti System of meditation for 21st century students to deepen our understanding of our minds and to expand compassion.  These silent meditation intensives use the Anapanasati sutra and multi level commentaries illuminating the stages of meditation. There is also intensive daily movement practice from the Tibetan yogic system (6 Yogas of Naropa), Qigong and Tai chi. Khenmo Drolma has been trained and authorized by His Holiness to teach this profound system of meditation and yoga. 

Fall Shravasti Retreats In September, Khenmo gave a series of talks on each Buddhist era’s perspective on meditation build a rich interpretation of the Sutra for Mindfullness of Breathing. Following these talks, Khenmo will lead a series of practice retreats. These talks are currently available at:

Next Shravasti Retreat:

Friday Nov 5- thru Sunday Nov 7

Hosted by Bo De Tam 4 all 
(California time schedule w/ Vietnamese translation)
Fri 4pm– Sunday afternoon PST
Fri 7pm- Sun evening EST  

Buddha’s Mothers Day Special Event 

Wednesday Oct 27th 7pm

Khenmo Drolma invites you to our Virtual Sangha

Weekly: Sunday Dharma  10-11 am  Khenmo gives a Dharma talk on the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, Compassion Meditation, Discussion 

Morning Meditation Tuesday & Thursday  7-8 am

Friday Sharavasti Practice 6:30 – 8:30 am  (for those who have attended at least one Sharavasti retreat)                 

Practice for Times of Epidemics

Healing, ultimately, is a peaceful mind filled with love.   Healing practices were essential in early times.  Leprosey was prevalent, and Lord Jigten Sumgon was so successful in releving this suffering, he bacame known as He Who Dreams Away Leprosey.  Here are two practices from our founder, Lord Jigten Sumgon for times of Epedemics. We practic the Tara in our Virtual Sangha Tues. Thurs. Morning Meditation:

Lady Parnashavari