Mangala Shri Bhuti News
March 20, 2015 - January 23, 2015
I flew out to Colorado for the first time in this life on January 16, 2015. With the help of Ani-la Jamgyal’s swift driving, Stanton Dossett’s hospitality, and Jen Kern's organizational skills I was able to attend the Words of My Perfect Teacher program and receive Rinpoche's full transmission of the Longchen Nyingtik ngondro practice.
Students from all over the country (and a few from Europe) packed...
January 24, 2015 - In 2011 Mangala Shri Bhuti began construction of the Sangdo Palri Temple in Crestone Colorado. The temple is a focal point for world peace, compassion and awakening, where visitors come to refresh their spiritual practice, make prayers and aspirations, enjoy the natural environment, and deepen their connection to the Longchen Nyingtik tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
Since it's groundbreaking, many visitors have come to...
August 11, 2014 -
Art Salon at the Weiss’s
On the evening of July 15th, during the height of the Nyingma Summer Seminar Sangha Retreat, over a hundred people arrived at the home of Laura and Barry Weiss in Boulder, Colorado, for a salon, an exhibition of Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche’s new works, named WIDE EYE
Festive and crowded, colorful and exhilarating - with people spilling out onto the verandas, front and back - the warm summer...
August 6, 2014 -
After nine precious days of teachings, celebration, and retreat at the 17th Nyingma Summer Seminar, we thought to take a few moments and reflect on what just happened.
This NSS brought us together to hear the teachings on the three yanas from our three teachers and brought us together as a community under the umbrella of our mutual yearning to connect to a deeper part of our being, and to each other. Along side the...
August 3, 2014 -
The following reflection from the 2014 Illustrious Moon camp was sent to us by Dungse Jampal Norbu, the camp's illustrious leader. In it's fourth year, the camp has been a formative experience for many of the sangha kids and uninited them as a close extended family. For all of the families involved I would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to Dungse la for shining his care and wisdom upon these fortunate kids...
August 1, 2014 -
Mindrolling International — 30 July 2014
Mindrolling Ladrang, Mindrolling Monastery and Mindrolling International are delighted to announce the birth of the grandson of Kyabje Mindrolling Trichen and Minling Sangyum Sonam Paldron.
Mindrolling Jetsün Dechen Paldron and Kunda Britton Jigdral Gyatso gave birth to a son who has been named – Dungse Gyurme Jigdral Garwang Dhondrub Wangyal (Unchanging Fearless Lord of the...
July 6, 2014 - On Tuesday, May 5, Dungse la arrived in Sarasota Florida for his first talk of an east coast teaching tour. He spent four days on the New College of Florida waterfront campus, hosted by Ganga Devi who studies Tibeten Budhdism. Dungse la spoke to an audience of students, professors, and alumni on Primal Values; a method of establishing one's own ethical center according to what one finds to be most authentically and...
June 15, 2014 - This note and photos were sent to us from Sarah and the Guna Norling sangha. While fans cheered for football, I am sure these animals cheered for their good fortune on this Saga Dawa in Brazil. On the same Friday, a group of Thrangu Rinpoche's students released lobsters into the frigid Maine waters - below are their stories.
Yesterday, June 13, on the full moon of Saga Dawa we did the practice of saving lives. 2,108...
March 19, 2014 - Below is a note from the Guna Norling Sangha with a video, describing their most recent life release on March 16, of 2680 crabs. Then a note from our friends in Maine who freed 160 lobsters into Casco Bay. Please enjoy and rejoice in this great practice.
Dear Noble Sangha and Friends,
Today, Chotrul Duchen, we release 2.680 lives! The Sangha went out early in the morning, on a day luminous with diligence and joy, putting...
March 8, 2014 - March 2, 2014 marked Losar, the new year, within the Tibetan calandar, welcoming in the year of the Wood Horse. It is a Tibetan tradition to gather on losar morning at monasteries to offer katas, white offering scarves, and new year's greetings to the Lamas. In Bir India, Kongtrul Rinpoche's home town, this was followed by raising new prayer flags in various community locations, food and drink with families and a...