Namdroling Tibetan Buddhist Center

Namdroling Tibetan Buddhist Center in Bozeman, Montana is dedicated to the Palyul tradition of Vajrayana Nyingma Tibetan Buddhism. Namdroling’s guiding principle is that of Bodhicitta, or loving kindness and concern for others, as we realize that self-liberation is gained by bringing benefit to all living beings. Our aspiration is to nurture and strengthen our community by studying, practicing, and living the Dharma, and helping the greater community through acts of service and by sharing the Dharma with all who are interested.

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His Eminence Gyang Khang Rinpoche Visiting Montana September, 2017

Public Talk, Teachings and Practices

 

Namdroling Welcomes 
His Eminence Khentrul Gyang Khang Tulku Rinpoche
Teachings and Practices

Friday, September 15 – Sunday, September 17, 2017

Everyone Welcome–Please Join Us

PUBLIC TALK 
Saturday, September 16, 2017, 3:00 PM

COMPASSIONATE LIVING 

Your $10 public talk offering helps to keep our Namdroling Center vibrant*

His Eminence will also lead and teach:
Friday Sept. 15  7:00 p.m Yumka Tsog
Saturday Sept. 16  10:00 a.m. Teaching on Meditation
Sunday Sept. 17  10:00 a.m. Medicine Buddha Empowerment,
3:00 p.m. Medicine Buddha Practice

Please check our website and calendar for updates and requested fees.
www.namdrolingmt.org
http://namdrolingmt.net/wp/calendar/.

We hope to see you at Namdroling.

*No one is ever turned away due to inability to pay.

BECOME A SPONSOR

Namdroling Tibetan Buddhist Center needs your ongoing support to bring the teachings of the Buddha to Montana. Click here to read more about how you can become a sponsor.


Sand Mandala for the People of the Gallatin Valley

 

The monks visiting Namdroling Montana in September 2017 will be creating a sand mandala for our community. This Tibetan Buddhist tradition is a visual display meticulously created with layers of colored sand. The display will be both created, then dissolved and offered for the benefit of our community.


UPCOMING EVENTS

We will continue regular practices every Sunday and then on the Tibetan auspicious days as noted on our calendar. We also hold an open meditation group on Thursday evenings. Please see our calendar for more information.