Coming Up

Khenpo Pema Wangdak
November 22 – 25, 2018

Thursday Nov 22nd
Thanksgiving Dharma Gathering
Impermanence ~
 Dharma Talk
: Noon – 2 pm
“Manifold is the drifting away of Precious moments
Rarity is the returning of Precious moments
Certainty is the exhaustion of Precious life
Indispensability is the embracing of Precious moments together”

followed by
Sharing Food Together: 2 – 4 pm
1880 Conejo Drive, SF, 87505
Phone: Susan 505.577.1116

Friday Nov 23 
The Relevance of Faith:  6 pm
“Faith goes before and, like a mother gives birth.
It causes all virtues to arise & grow.
Clearing away doubts & crossing the rivers,
faith symbolises the city of happiness.” 

KSK Stupa, 3807 KSK Ln, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: Marmika 505.603.0118

Saturday Nov 24th
Tibetan Childrens’ Class
Morning Session
and the
Importance of Tibetan Identity, Language & Culture in the Present Day
An Evening for the Tibetan Community with Dinner, Questions & Answers
Tibetan Association of Santa Fe, 915 Hickox St, SF 87505
Phone: Tsewang  505.699.4735  or Cheme 505.504.2225

Sunday Nov 25th
Cultivating Compas
Talk: Noon
The indispensable ingredient to achieve peace within ourselves or in the world
Remembering to be kind to oneself, while being aware of and responding
more peacefully to the stress of life circumstances. 
followed by
Chenrezig Meditation of Great Compassion: 2 pm
1880 Conejo Drive, SF, 87505
Phone: Susan 505.577.1116

If you are interested in Taking Refuge with Khenpo Pema
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Brief Biography of Khenpo Pema 

Born in Purang, Western Tibet in 1954, Khenpo Pema Wangdak’s family escaped from Tibet in 1959, and resettled in Mundgod, South India. He is the only child of five to have survived the escape.  He has been a monk since the age of 7.  In 1982, he was sent to the West by His Holiness Sakya Trichen, as the first of the younger generation of Tibetan teachers in America from the Sakya School.
He is the creator of “Bur Yig”–Tibetan Braille.  He is also the founder of Pema Ts’al (“Lotus Grove”) Schools in Mundgod, India (for Tibetan lay children); Pokara, Nepal (monastic schools for boys); and Pema Ts’al School in New York City (with a curriculum modeled on that of Sakya College, India). He was recognized with the title of “Khenpo” by H. H. Sakya Trizin in 2007.  He received the distinguished  “Ellis Island Medal of Honor” award by the National Ethical Coalition of Organizations in May, 2009 at Ellis Island for his humanitarian work around the world and is the first Tibetan ever to have received such an award.  He has been guiding Western students for over 30 years.



Khenpo Thupten Gongphel
The Triple Vision

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Essentials on the Teachings from Ngorchen Khönchog Lhundrup


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“May the Dharma that is the sole medicine
For sentient beings’ suffering and
The source of all happiness remain for a long time
Accompanied by prosperity and honor…”

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