HH Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche- Prayer for the Earth

A brilliant red sun blazes in the sky at dawn,

While sparkling dewdrops glisten on tips of grass,

And crystal clear sounds of animals fill the earth.

Oh what joy! May this world of peace remain forever!

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New!  May 26-29  Thurs pm- Sun am                                        Spring Retreat for Continuing Students with Khenmo Drolma

This retreat offers an opportunity for students to deepen their practice of the Tibetan yogic systems, Qigong, and Tai chi. Khenmo will review the full set of exercises that create a profound body/mind support that illuminates the stages of meditation and development of compassion. The Mindfulness of Breathing Sutra opens a direct and intimate experience of meditation’s gradual taming of our busy and distracted mind.

For continuing students (students who have previously attended at least one daylong retreat or have been practicing the exercises though their Drikung Center) and are experienced in the beginning stages of Shamatha and exploration of emotional states. in this retreat, we will look at the impermanence of thoughts and emotional states. Khenmo will be referencing HH Drikung Kyabgon’s book The Practice of Mahamudra.

 

Khenmo Drolma invites you to join in our weekly meditation program:

Virtual Sangha

Weekly: Sunday Dharma  10-11 am  Khenmo gives Dharma talks, currently on Bodhisattva training for sdaily life. Currently the text is the Seven Points of Mind Training or Lojong, along with brief 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

 Tara