As a Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism, Ewam sponsors retreats all over the world including Nepal and Asia, and 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 as he travels from center to center during the year. More retreats will be added as they are scheduled, so check back frequently and register early for assured seating and accommodations. For additional contact information about the Ewam International Centers, visit the Ewam website.
SNL (Sang-ngag Ling) = Arlee, MT
PO Box 330 | 34756 White Coyote Rd., Arlee, MT 59821
406-726-0555 email@example.com | Claudette Carlson
PKL (Pema Khandro Ling) = Santa Fe, NM.
1221 Luisa St, Ste A Santa Fe, NM 89505
firstname.lastname@example.org | Rinchen Hanley
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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November 29 – December 1, 2019 in Pema Khandro Ling – Santa Fe, NM
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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The Empowerments and Reading Transmissions by Rabjam Rinpoche on the Collected Works of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo at Ewam India
January 10 – 24, 2020
Upon the request of Gochen Tulku Namchak Sang-ngag Rinpoche, H.H. Kyabe Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche Gyurme Chokyi Senge has kindly accepted to bestow the rarely offered reading transmission (lung) of the entirety of the collected works of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo (Pema Osal Do-ngak Lingpa) and all the empowerments of the incredible Seven Modes of Transmission.
Jamyang Khyentsé Wangpo (1820-1892), was a major treasure revealer—the last of the Five Sovereign Tertöns—and one of the most eminent masters of the nineteenth century. Recognized as the combined incarnation of Vimalamitra and King Trisong Deutsen. His direct previous incarnation was Jigme Lingpa. He studied with masters of every great authentic tradition. He mastered the complete and unbiased traditions of India and Tibet existing at that time which he passed on to his disciples.
Continuously giving transmissions, teachings and empowerments of the non-sectarian teachings of the Buddha; he became the founder of the Rime (non-sectarian) movement in Tibet. Not only did he possess infinite learning, he also developed unsurpassable qualities of experience and realization through perfecting the practice of meditation. Some of his subsequent reincarnations include Jamyang Khyentsé Chökyi Lodrö and Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.
These transmissions and empowerments are a once in a lifetime inconceivable opportunity in the original land of Buddhism, India; specifically Siliguri, West Bengal, the sacred landscape of the mahasiddhas . The event will be held at the newly built beautiful Ewam temple and Monastery. Accomodations will be at local hotels and guesthouses in and around Siliguri. There will be simulcast english translations via a radio frequency.
Coordinator person for westerners is James Curran who has information on accommodations, travel issues and obtaining an Indian visa. While there is no formal registration we do ask people to get on our attendance list so we can keep the organizing committee informed. There is no fee for this event; there will be ample opportunities to make personal offerings of your choosing. Please contact email@example.com for more information.