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. 

Benefiting all sentient beings is not just an aspiration.
“Meditation softens and focuses our heart/mind…so that we can skillfully act to benefit beings. It is a tool to deconstruct the ignorance at the root of racism. It is our responsibility to commit to radical introspection on and off the cushion. Black Lives Matter is a cry from the heart ofour beloved country to see the immediacy of the particular poison our culture has produced. May we use our wisdom to end bias and blindness to suffering- both personally and systemically.” Khenmo Drolma
You are invited to our Virtual Sangha

Sunday Dharma  10-11 am  Short Dharma talk, Compassion Meditation, Discussion                        Morning Meditation: Tues / Thurs 7-8 am 

 

On Solstice, Khenmo Drolma joined with Portland faith leaders to offer spiritual resources from many traditions for this time.

Hope and Heartbreak: an Interfaith Solstice Gathering during the Dual Pandemics, Covid-19 and Racism

Hope and Heartbreak: an Interfaith Solstice Gathering during the Dual Pandemics, Covid-19 and Racism

Posted by Maine Council of Churches on Saturday, 20 June 2020

                                   

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. He left these paractices for us.

Here are two practices from our founder, Lord Jigten Sumgon for times of Epedemics:

Lady Parnashavari

 Tara

 

Planning 2nd International 2021 Shravasti Rains-Retreat  

                                                                    In February Khenmo met with H.H. Drikung Kyabgon in California to go over details. The  Planning team and Faculty meet with HH Drikung Kyabgon Tinle Lhundup in Taipei. Seated: Ven Heng Ching, HH Drikung Kyabgon Tinle Lhundup, Ven. Wu Yin, Ven. Jenkir. Standing Christi Chang, Ven Khenmo Drolma, Ven Guo Kai and nuns from Dharma Drum and Luminary Institute.