- 1st International Bhutanese Nuns Conference, Bhutan, December 2013
- December 14 to 16, 2013
- Weekend Teaching in Pune, India
- December 21st and 22nd 2013
- organised by WCCLF Foundation, for details please email:
- BRAZIL, PERU, MEXICO, USA (Colorado only)
- MAY JUNE 2014
- Jetsunma will travel to the Americas in May and June of 2014. Once the itinerary is finalized we will post on here
Tara Mandala, Colorado, USA June 10 - June 17
Mahayana: Vast View, Open Heart - Retreat
With Lama Tsultrim Allione and Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo
June 10 - 17, 2014
For details please click here
Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo will be a guest teacher during part of the Mahayana retreat - from Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th - and will teach on the 37 precepts of a Bodhisattva. Lama Tsultrim will teach the Prajnaparamita practice and the Heart Sutra as well as the Four Immeasurables (Loving Kindness, Compassion, Empathetic Joy, and Equanimity), the historical development of Mahayana, and a brief introduction to the Mahayana philosophies of Yogacara and Madhyamika.
5th Annual Drukpa Council
Universal Oneness Bridging Materialism and Spirituality
Hemis Monastery, Ladakh, India, August 29th to Sept 5th 2013
Jetsunma will present a talk on Compassion in everyday life. (Sept 3rd, time to be confirmed)
he Annual Drukpa Council (ADC) is a yearly event for the masters and followers of the Drukpa Lineage to come together, exchange views and spiritual knowledge. Both the experienced and young Rinpoches of the Drukpa Lineage would be requested to give teachings and share their wisdom and experience during the ADC.
A brainchild of His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa, the spiritual head of the Drukpa Lineage, ADC aims to provide a platform for building and nourishing inter-group relationships within the Drukpa Lineage as well as to introduce and share the richness of its spiritual legacy with others. It also provides an annual gathering for the masters and the followers of the Drukpa Lineage to meet once a year, thus providing opportunity to receive teaching, empowerment, oral transmission, from accomplished Dragon masters of Tibet, Bhutan, India and Nepal.
ADC includes not only traditional rituals and practices, but also open discussions and exchange of views regarding the practical use of spirituality to resolve today's difficulties. It also functions as a forum to increase our ability to work more productively together in a harmonious way.
One of the key driving forces of the ADC is to promote Live to Love which is the practical aspect of inculcating loving-kindness and compassion in the world today.