Drubchod begins at 8:30 am on Friday, June 8th.

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Ven. Jetsunma Jamyang Palmo to teach Tsalung and other topics during the 6th Annual Sangwa Yeshe Drubchod at Ewam Montana

H.E.Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche’s primary enlightened intent in his main western seats—the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas in Arlee, Montana and Ewam Pema Khandro Ling in Santa Fe, New Mexico—is to skillfully guide western students through a holistic combination of the study and practice of Buddhism.

Rinpoche not only teaches tirelessly on the view, meditation and conduct of Vajrayana Buddhism, he also presides over Drupchens and Drupchods, helping students practice Vajrayana rituals from authentic lineages. Among these practices is the annual Sangwa Yeshe Drupchod held at the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas.

This year, for the first time, Rinpoche has invited Ven. Jetsunma Jamyang Palmo, an accomplished yogini, to join us. She has completed nine years of retreat and nine years of shedra and will share her long-term experience with the study and practice of Vajrayana Buddhism by teaching on Tsalung practices as well as other topics.

Tsalung students of Rinpoche (or those otherwise considered qualified), who have previous experience with Tsalung, will have the opportunity to attend the sessions with Jetsunma. These sessions will occur between the formal Drupchod sessions. Those students who will not be able to attend the Tsalung sessions will still have an opportunity to receive teachings on other important Vajrayana topics from this great yogini.

More drubchod information here!



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.

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