Ewam has many centers and monasteries in the tradition of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism. Ewam sponsors retreats all over the world, including India, Nepal and many Asian countries. Additionally there are centers in the United States in Arlee, Montana, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and at satellite centers in California. Under the spiritual guidance of Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche, students come from all over the world to take teachings from him and his many qualified teachers. More retreats will be added as they are scheduled, so check back frequently and register early for assured seating and accommodations. 

Garden of One Thousand Buddhas = Arlee, MT
PO Box 330  |  34756 White Coyote Rd., Arlee, MT 59821 

PKL (Pema Khandro Ling) = Santa Fe, NM.
1221 Luisa St, Ste A Santa Fe, NM 89505

Ewam India-Siliguri, West Bengal, India
Junglee Mohal, Toribari Village, Distt, behind Bengal Safari
P.O. PS, Bhaktinagar, Salugara, Silguri, West Bengal 734008, India

Sangwa Yeshe Online Drupchod 2021

with Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche

June 19-27, 2021

As is our tradition to hold a Sangwa Yeshe Drupchöd at the Ewam Garden of One Thousand Buddhas in Montana every year, from June 19th-26th, our supreme lord of refuge Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche will lead us this year in an online drupchöd. In connection with the drupchöd, specifically in order to avert the difficulties of these difficult times, Rinpoche will be teaching the thirteen chapters of The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Wishes. Additionally, there will be teachings from Namchag Khen Rinpoche, Lama Karma, Jetsunma Jamyang Palmo, and Khenpo Namchak Dorji. The drupchöd will conclude on the 26th and there will be an additional ceremony of making a hundred thousandfold offering in connection with taking the bodhisattva vows on Sunday the 27th .
This Drubchod is open to all levels of practitioner including beginners. There will be teachings and instructions throughout offering explanations and instructions.
For more information and to register, please click on the button.
Zoom links and texts will be available after registration closes on June 13.
Recordings will only be available for Rinpoche’s teaching on Spontaneous Fulfillment of Wishes-which will be available after the retreat and only to those who have registered.

Ewam Shedra Summer Online Program 2021

Mipham’s Beacon of Certainty

Taught by Namchag Khen Rinpoche Ngawang Gelek

July 12-18, 2021

9am-12pm and 2pm-4pm (the afternoon session may run over if there are many questions)-Mountain Time

Registration open.

Sliding Scale – $150-$250

A commentary composed by the 19th century scholar Mipham Rinpoche. It is structured around seven questions including such practical issues of everyday practice as “Should we do analytical meditation or settling meditation?” Because of its thoroughness in addressing the foundations of the Nyingma tradition, from Madhyamika philosophy to the view of Dzogchen, it is a key text studied in many Nyingma shedras. The title, The Beacon of Certainty, refers to the fact that unwavering certainty in the view of the indivisible union of appearance and emptiness is a shining beacon that illuminates the spiritual path. The text can be considered as a bridge between sutra and tantra. This class with the extensive and precise commentary by Namchag Khen Rinpoche is open to students who have received Buddhist Refuge Vows.

The Lion’s Roar: The Condensed Essential Points of the Buddha Nature by Jamgon Mipham

Taught by Jetsunma Jamyang Yeshe Palmo

July 19-23
Monday – Friday
6:30-7:30pm Mountain Time
Registration open.
Sliding Scale – $100 – $200

The Lion’s Roar is a treatise on buddha nature written by Mipham Rinpoche. The teaching of the Buddha hinges around the one point that sentient beings have within them the potential to become a buddha. If they did not possess that potential, it would not be possible for them to become buddhas and the rest of the Buddhist teaching would be an interesting but useless philosophy. The very learned Nyingma teacher Jamgon Mipham gave a teaching that clearly showed this ultimate non-dual buddha nature. It was recorded and published by his students in a text called The Lion’s Roar: The Condensed Essential Points of the Buddha Nature which forms the basis of this book. Jetsunma will give the extensive commentary and explanations that this text warrants. Open to all students.

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