Coming Up

You Are Invited to the
Enthronement Ceremony of

His Holiness Gyana Vajra Rinpoche
The 43rd Sakya Trizin

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To Be Held at the Sakya Magon Thubten Namgyal Ling Institute
Puruwala, India on March 29-30, 2020

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To Be Included as One of Our Guests before Dec 15
santa.fe_sakya@yahoo.com

(or respond directly as noted above)

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Is a Day for Worldwide Giving on December 3rd

https://www.facebook.com/donate/447106372675465/
(FB matching donations on a first-come, first-served basis)

Our End of the Year Fundraiser shall continue through Dec 31st

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What Makes a Gift Meaningful?

Giving the simplest gifts bring great joy to both the giver and the recipient in a compassionate, unconditional way. It takes us beyond our ordinary perception, which separates me and mine from you and yours, and brings us closer to an understanding of the way things really are. We rejoice in the opportunity to offer purely, without expecting any return, 
and seal our act by dedicating the merit for the benefit of all beings.

Over the last six years, we have hosted many excellent teachers: H.H. Sakya Trichen Rinpoche, Lama Kunga Thartse Rinpoche, Lama Choedak Rinpoche, Khenpo Thupten Gongphel, Khenpo Pema Wangdak, Lama Jay Goldberg, Nima Dorjee & Elisabeth Benard.

Tsechen Namdrol Ling’s name translates as “Place of Complete Liberation and Great Compassion”. We offer training in the disciplines, educational & artistic resources from within the Sakya Lineage’s ancient traditions and seek to provide its wisdom through Tibetan Buddhist studies, meditative practices, meetings and conventions,
social services, media and publications.

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Your Kind Donations of Any Amount
Help Our Center to Flourish, Bring
Upcoming Dharma Events to Santa Fe &
Assist Our Move to a Permanent Location

Please click to donate any amount here…

 


Tsechen Namdrol Ling is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3)

Your Donations Are Tax-Deductible
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For Membership and Other Ways of Giving
Become a member with a one-time donation or
set up automatic membership renewal

https://tsechennamdrolling.org/how-to-help/how-to-help-2/
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Tsechen Namdrol Ling will be in Winter Retreat
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At beautiful Jemez Springs, New Mexico
with limited communication
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Have a Wonderful Holiday Season
Filled with Dharma Blessings!

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Coming Up in 2020
Ven. Khenpo Jampa Rinpoche Teachings

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Details Will Be Announced…

Ven. Khenpo Jampa Rinpoche has been invited to teach at Tsechen Namdrol Ling in 2019. Khenpo comes to us from the Dzongsar Institute in North India, where he taught and served as library director for many years. He received his Degree of Acharya after nine years of study and graduated from Dzongsar University with a Ph.D. in philosophy. Following his 13 years of study, he was ordained an Abbott (Khenpo) in 2004 by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He spent seventeen years studying with his main teacher, H.E. Khenchen Kunga Wangchuk. He also spent three years of silent retreat in Tibet. He has received empowerments from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism and from many great masters including H.H. the Dalai Lama, H.H. Sakya Trichen, H.H. Dagchen Sakya Dorje Chang Rinpoche, H.H. Karmapa, and H.E. Dzongsar Khyentse. He now teaches intermediate and advanced level classes on Buddhist philosophy, sutra and highest yoga tantra internationally. He is the founder and president of Tibetan Education Foundation, as well as the former president (2014-15) of the International Association of Non-sectarian Tibetan Religious Traditions (IANTRT) of North America. Additionally, he is the President (2017-19) of the North America Sakya Monlam World Peace Foundation. We look forward to his visit!
Please Keep Abreast of This Webpage for Further Programming for Next Year…

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