UPCOMING EVENTS AT EWAM
Nyingtig Yabzhi with Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche
November 1 – 10, 2019 in Santa Fe, New Mexico
This year’s teachings, oral transmissions and empowerments have once again been opened to all serious Vajrayana practitioners, including those who were not in attendance in 2018.
The 2019 retreat will be a continuation of the Nyingtig Yabzhi oral transmissions and teachings on Longchenpa’s Finding Rest in the Nature of Mind (Volume 1 of the Finding Rest trilogy. Tibetan: Semnyi Ngalso). In addition, Rinpoche has decided to bestow the complete empowerments related to the Longchen Nyingtig root texts according to the special arrangement of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.
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Yangphur Drubchöd & Empowerment with Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche
Pema Khandro Ling – Santa Fe, NM
November 29 – December 1, 2019
For three days Rinpoche will lead the sangha in Namchak Tsasum Lingpa’s terma treasure “The Unsurpassable Union of Yangdak and Phurba” from the cycle “The Dark Red Amulet”. This practice is traditionally performed during the time of Losar (Tibetan New Year) in order to avert obstacles, clear the path for auspicious new beginnings and create positive circumstances for the future. This year the drubchöd will be held November 29 – December 1, 2019. Yangphur, when performed together in a group, is particularly effective and beneficial.
Each day of the drubchöd will include the sadhana of Yangphur, a tsog (feast offering), and dokpa (averting obstacles). Rinpoche will bestow the Yangphur Empowerment at 7 pm on Friday, November 29th. The drubchöd will conclude with Gu-Tor (torma burning ritual for averting negativity) in the afternoon on Sunday, December 1st at Mountain Retreat followed by dedication prayers at Pema Khandro Ling.
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“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 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 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 in additon has centers in Montana, New Mexico, California, India, Nepal, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas is also home to the Ewam Buddhist Institute and the summer Buddhist studies program inaugurated in 2016 by Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche.
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