RIME        LING

In 1993 Rinpoche traveled to Tibet and was deeply impressed with the need to help preserve and protect the precious heritage Tibet had cultivated for thousands of years. Since then, an enormous amount of work and resources has enabled Rinpoche to directly help the monks and nuns, rebuild the monasteries and nunnery, build stupas and create three-year retreat facilities, and a school for higher Buddhist studies.

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The Tibetan Buddhist practice of Nyungne has been gaining increased attention in Buddhist centers across North America; participants say the practice purifies them both physically and spiritually. This volume is the only comprehensive treatment in English of these powerful teachings.  Continue >>

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Lunar Feast is Rinpoche’s commitment to encourage as many people as possible to practice understanding and compassion for animals by observing a vegetarian diet.  This is based on the buddhist practice of lay practitioners taking a vow of abstaining from meat-eating on the auspicious full moon, half moon, and new moon days. With the wish to encourage Buddhists and non-Buddhists who cherish life, to abstain meat eating on these special days, please join us in making a Lunar Feast commitment. Click here to hear Rinpoche speak further on Lunar Feast and its meaning and benefits.

Rinpoche’s Projects

Buddhist Fasting Practice:
The Nyungne Method of Thousand-Armed Chenrezig

Tibet Fund
Supporting our monasteries and nunneries in Kham, Tibet

Lunar Feast
Commitment to observing a vegetarian diet on full, half & new moon days

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