We are delighted to share students of our principal director, H.E. Chung Tulku Rinpoche, in Indonesia have taken the initiative to raise awareness and merit to Dhyana Zhitshok by creating an animal liberation project. The inauguration of Tsethar Dhyana was launched on His Majesty King Jigme... read more →
In commemoration to opening the door of Dhyana Meditation Thimphu, H.E. Chung Tulku Rinpoche, Tulku Tashi Tobgyal and Tulku Jamyang Nima, have designed and are releasing Dhyana's very first LIMITED Dhyana Zhitshok 2021 Calendar. Our 2021 calendar is not only filled with breathtakingly images of Bhutan,... read more →
We are pleased to announce the official opening of Dhyana Thimphu meditation centre on December 14th, 2020 with a free Dhyana meditation course. This program runs over a week with an hour session time per day. There are limited space, so make sure you call us as soon as possible... read more →
“If I’m poor I’m happy, because I have no wealth to protect and I know that all feuds and animosity sprout from the seeds or greed and attachment. If I’m rich I’m happy because with my wealth I can do more positive actions, and both temporarily unlimited happiness are the... read more →
H.E. Chung Tulku Rinpoche will offer teachings virtually on the Heart Sutra, the most important Mahayana Sutra, centred around the Prajñaparamita teachings that deal with awakening to emptiness. The wisdom of emptiness is the way of perceiving all life and experience with the unconditioned mind that is not distorted by... read more →
Chung Tulku Rinpoche shares a basic yet important aspect of Choekhor Duechen or the First Sermon of Lord Buddha which falls on tomorrow. Rinpoche highlights the innumerable benefits one can obtain by conducting even a small good deed on this auspicious day!
The fourth month according to Bhutanese calendar is known as Saga Dawa, one of the most auspicious months of the year. If one does merit on this month and especially tomorrow, i.e. the Lord Buddha’s parinirvana, the merits are amplified even more innumerably. Chungtul Rinpoche gives a brief explanation about... read more →
Dear teacher, thanks for supporting and enlightening all my way. If I could have your blessing for a lifetime I would succeed on the way I have taken. -Chung Tulku Rinpoche
"This great event sees a total number of 290 khenpos and tulkus, 650 lopons and lamas, more than 1500 monks and nuns, and around 750 participants from other parts of the world, and many local people."
Sharing a Medicine Buddha Song with my voice, and the ca '108 pictures' of the Medicine Buddha initiation that I provided in the organization of Tongori Péter and his ca 800 friends. Enjoy!