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Dear Friends,

We hope this message finds you well. Our fourth livestream teaching from “The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva” taught by Khenpo Tenzin Wangdu will be this Saturday, October 3rd. We will be presenting this special practice and program over several weeks. Using the Zoom Application, we will “livestream” this teaching and meditation from the Rigon Tashi Choeling Monastery in Nepal. We will end our teaching with a 15 minute Q & A. Remember, practicing together is a form of generosity to ourselves and to others.


Ripa Ladrang Livestream Teachings via Zoom – “The 37 Practices Of The Bodhisattva” by Khenpo Tenzin Wangdu.

Resuming this Saturday, October 24th, we will offer the weekly “Livestream” teaching taught by Khenpo Tenzin Wangdu through Saturday, November 21st.

To download and import the 8 remaining dates on iCalendar (.ics) CLICK HERE. The starting time for each teaching will be the same each week.6:45 AM – 7:45 AM PDT (Pacific Daylight Time)9:45 AM – 10:45 AM EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)

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We are looking forward to seeing you on Zoom once again! Please consider arriving 10-15 minutes early for each teaching and also offering a donation to help us cover some of our Livestream and teaching costs for each of these events. Thank you again for your donation and your support of Ripa Ladrang Foundation.

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To access this ZOOM meeting, please click the Link below.

With Love and Gratitude,
The Ripa Ladrang Foundation

Khenpo Tenzin Wangdu – Biography

Khenpo Tenzin Wangdu was born in 1982 in Tibet. At the age of 13, he became a monk in the Ripa Lineage Monastery, where he studied philosophy and learned to perform rituals. A few years later he went to India and continued his studies of Buddhist philosophy at the Higher Institute of Ngagyur Nyingma of the monastery of His Holiness Penor Rinpoche. He completed the nine-year program of education there and due to his extensive knowledge, his understanding of Buddhist teachings, and his contribution to the students’ education, he received the title of Khenpo. This is the highest academic degree awarded to a fully initiated monk. Currently Khenpo is teaching students at the Rigon Tashi Choling Monastery in Pharping, Nepal.