Namchak offers learning opportunities in Tibetan Buddhist practice for students at every level, from beginners to experienced practitioners. From online learning to live stream teachings and retreats, we have a number of ways for people to learn from Tibetan and Western masters.
Students can select their course of study from a variety of programs:
- Online courses and books geared toward beginning students
- Live stream and in-person teachings offer a mix of introductory and intermediate material.
- For experienced meditation students looking to explore a deeper Vajrayana path of Buddhism, we offer a two-year non-residential learning program and will soon offer opportunities for retreat.
For both beginning students and experienced meditators, our programs are presented through the three jewels of Buddhism: buddha (the teacher), dharma (the teachings), sangha (community).
Introduction to meditation
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Esteemed Tibetan master Gochen Tulku Sangak Rinpoche the spiritual director of the Namchak Foundation, the world lineage holder of the Namchak lineage, and a “high lama” who specializes in advanced practices. Rinpoche’s brother and dharma heir, Namckak Khenpo Rinpoche Ngawang Gelek, is a Tibetan-born scholar who teaches all levels of students. Rinpoche and Khen Rinpoche’s brother, Namchak Dorje Lopön Choeji Lodoe is also a teacher in the Namchak lineage. Lama Sangak Yeshe Tsomo, author of Why is the Dalai Lama Always Smiling? is a Western-born teacher who specializes in offering accessible and lively introduction to Tibetan Buddhist practice. Read more »
An Introduction to Tibetan Buddhist Practice
Ancient Wisdom Engaged:
A Learning Program
Why Is the Dalai Lama Always Smiling?
An introduction and guide to Tibetan Buddhist practice by Lama Tsomo