We want to let you know that Tana Rinpoche is currently giving online monthly teachings in English to his American sangha, the second Saturday of each month. These are open to the public. If you would like to receive links to attend these teachings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, Tana Rinpoche will be teaching an online, 6-week class on the “Fundamentals of Meditation,” coming up this spring. Classes will be by Zoom on Sunday mornings, 10-11:30, spring 2021. The class is for all students, new and old, friends and families of Pundarika and Tana Yelpa sanghas, who want to learn or refresh their experience with the basics. The exact dates will be announced on both the Pundarika and Tana Yelpa websites. Cost will be $80. Scholarships are available. For information, please go to www.tanayelpa.org
Tsoknyi Rinpoche has a long-standing relationship with Tana Dungsey Rinpoche and has enthusiastically encouraged his students to take teachings from him.
The current Tana Dungsey Rinpoche is the holder of two unbroken ancient Tibetan lineages: the Hungkara (8thc) and Yelpa Kagyu (12thc). He completed a 3-year retreat under the guidance of Tai Situ Rinpoche and is the beloved lama for several international sanghas, including the US, southern India, and Malaysia. He, like his father before him, is the spiritual guide for the 60 monks currently living in the Tana Monastery in Kollegal, India, and provides much assistance to the surrounding Tibetan lay community.
Currently, he resides in Broomfield, CO, and spends time in Kollegal, India, at the Tana Monastery the rest of the year.
To find out more information about Tana Rinpoche, please go to www.tanayelpa.org, where much information about Rinpoche’s life is posted. For information about sangha monthly zoom meetings or the online Meditation class, please go to email@example.com.