Message from H. H. Drikung Chetsang Rinpoche

We Buddhists need to work together for the good of the whole world. For the welfare of all, we need to practice the Buddha’s teachings on love and compassion in our daily lives and not just in monasteries, or just in prayers and rituals. Finally, by relying on the wisdom teachings of the Buddha, we can transcend all religious, ethnic, cultural, national, political and ideological differences to work together with all people of the world for a better future for all generations and lifetimes to come.

May we be blessed with the guidance of the Three Jewels!

Khenmo Drolma invites you to join in our weekly meditations.

Weekly Meditation Online

Sunday Dharma
9 – 10 AM Eastern: Tibetan Qijong with Carol Bailey

10 – 11 AM Eastern: Khenmo gives Dharma talks on Bodhisattva training for daily life. Currently the text is the Seven Points of Mind Training, or Lojong, along with brief meditation and discussion.

Morning Meditation
Tuesdays & Thursdays 7 – 8 AM Eastern

Current Events EST Zone

Join Khenmo for a Retreat on the Four Immeasurables recorded on New Year’s Day.

Loving Kindness, Compassion, Sympathetic Joy and Equanimity are innately present in each of us and can be strengthened so significantly that they are called immeasurable and boundless.  Learn how to touch base with these qualities in your heart and and begin the journey to a fearless boundless heart. (2 hours)

About Shravasti Meditation

The Shravasti Meditation curriculum was designed by H. H. Drikung Kyabgön Chetsang Rinpoche as a nonsectarian introduction to meditation for 21st Century practitioners for a life-long practice. It begins with Calm Abiding Meditation, Insight Meditation, and Bodhicitta (Loving Kindness and Compassion) using the Sutra on Mindfulness of Breathing as a structure.

Women's Leadership in the Dharma

Learn more about our international activities supporting Women’s Leadership in the Dharma.

Thank You For Your Support

Vajra Dakini operates soley by donation. Your generosity sustains the lives and works of the nuns of Vajra Dakini Nunnery and our annual donation to Drikung Kagyu Samtenling Nunnery.