Save the Date Sept 9, 2018 for The 14th Annual Festival of Peace!
Landscapes of Peace: The Power of Good Will
10am-8pm A free, family all-day event at the Garden beginning with the 8th Walk-A-Mile for Peace. Registration for the walk to be available by July 15. Become a vendor for the event (download the application HERE). The full day begins with the 8th Annual Walk-A-Mile for Peace at 9:30am-11am. REGISTER to walk, or donate to another walker, or just come on the day of the event or walk virtually from anywhere in the world in solidarity of peace. Then the fest run from 11am-8pm, featuring guest speakers, live music and dancing, and food vendors and arts and crafts and service vendors. This intercultural FREE event is open to all. Guest speakers include Namchak Khen Rinpoche, Lama Tsomo, Betsy Mulligan-Dague of JRPC, Mayor John Engen, Stephen Small Salmon, and Gamelan music by Manik Harum, Kirtan by Cami Coté, Jenn Adams, Andrea Harsell, Tahj Kjelland and Sweatshop Sneakers, Joan Zen and Andre Floyd. With salsa dancing by Rueda de Montana. A FREE, family, interfaith and intercultural event open to all!

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A multi-year cycle on the whole of Longchenpa's cycles with an emphasis on Dzogchen, in the lineage and transmission of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.  The retreat will begin with the Nyingtig Yabzhi empowerments, along with some of the oral transmission, and beginning with an explanation of Semnyi Ngalso.

The intention for these teachings is to emphasize the actual instructions and commentaries on the Nyingtig Yabzhi. One of these explanations (tri yig) will be the extremely rare teaching of the"Stainless Oral Instructions" (Drimey Shalung) by Jamgon Kongtrul which Tulku Sang-ngag received directly from Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.

About Ewam

“May the universe and sentient beings enjoy a new era of peace and happiness through the interdependent power of bodhicitta - the awakened, compassionate heart/mind. May it arise where it has yet to arise, not weaken where it has arisen, and grow and flourish forever.” -Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche, Founder of Ewam’s Garden of One Thousand Buddhas

The name Ewam ('Eh-wam') itself brings together the two Sanskrit syllables for wisdom and compassionate methods. Actualizing the union of these two is the goal of all Buddhist practice.

Ewam International in North America and Asia, The Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism, is a non-profit organization under the guidance of founder and spiritual director, Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche. The Ewam Sangha members support Rinpoche's activities and benefit from the immense merit and enrichment, taking profound teachings from Rinpoche.

Although the International seat of Ewam and its activities resides at the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas in the beautiful Jocko Valley in Arlee, Montana, Ewam has centers in Montana, New Mexico, California, India, Nepal, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

Thank you for visiting!