Primary practices at Samden Ling are through the Longchen Nyingthig of Tibetan Buddhism including Mindful Awareness, Compassion, Reflective Contemplation, Invocation of Blessings from the lineage of meditation masters Longchen Rabjam and Jigme Lingpa as taught by Adzom Rinpoche. The meditative techniques include silent sitting practice, visualization, mantra as well as asking and receiving blessings through the lineage.

All are welcome to join in meditation practices guided by Resident Teacher, Lama Jacqueline Mandell, with over 40 years of Buddhist teaching experience. She joyfully offers insights and connectedness reflective of the wisdom that is possible for everyone.

Jun
23
Sat
Guru Rinpoche Day Practice @ TaborSpace - Room 05
Jun 23 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Integrate the Blessings of Guru Rinpoche

Saturday, June 23rd: Guru Rinpoche displayed innumerable miraculous deeds to benefit beings on the 10th lunar day of the month. The blessings of Guru Rinpoche are quite close on this day. We will start with mindfulness meditation and finish with a brief tsok. All meritorious actions of practice and generosity of tsok are multiplied. This accumulated merit brings swift accomplishment of practice.

Please Bring:  Small, wrapped packaged food or beverage to share.

Suggested Donation:  $10.
No one turned away for financial reasons.

Aug
4
Sat
Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche @ World Forestry Center - Mt Hood Room
Aug 4 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche Returns for 5-day, In-Town Retreat


Samden Ling is honored to welcome back Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche for an extended retreat, Saturday, August 4th through Wednesday, the 8th. This year he will teach on “The Wish-Fullfilling Treasure” by Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa). This text is one of seven commentaries by Longchenpa which synthesizes more than 600 years of spiritual transmissions originating from Guru Padmasambhava. Longchen Rabjam was one of the greatest scholars and realized sages of Tibet from the 14th Century.

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche is one of the primary teachers at Shechen Monastery in Nepal which is home to approximately 1,000 monastics. He is a lineage holder of the Longchen Ngingthig Ngondro, and studied under Dzogchen master, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Rinpoche will be available for a few private interviews, and he can converse in English.

Register by July 1 for early-bird pricing. Registration fee includes lunches (vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free). Contact Jacqueline if you would like to sponsor meals or flowers, or if you would like to schedule an interview with Rinpoche. Partial scholarships may be available for those with financial need. If you wish to apply or donate to our scholarship fund, please email us at info@samdenling.org.

 

Aug
5
Sun
Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche @ World Forestry Center - Mt Hood Room
Aug 5 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche Returns for 5-day, In-Town Retreat


Samden Ling is honored to welcome back Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche for an extended retreat, Saturday, August 4th through Wednesday, the 8th. This year he will teach on “The Wish-Fullfilling Treasure” by Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa). This text is one of seven commentaries by Longchenpa which synthesizes more than 600 years of spiritual transmissions originating from Guru Padmasambhava. Longchen Rabjam was one of the greatest scholars and realized sages of Tibet from the 14th Century.

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche is one of the primary teachers at Shechen Monastery in Nepal which is home to approximately 1,000 monastics. He is a lineage holder of the Longchen Ngingthig Ngondro, and studied under Dzogchen master, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Rinpoche will be available for a few private interviews, and he can converse in English.

Register by July 1 for early-bird pricing. Registration fee includes lunches (vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free). Contact Jacqueline if you would like to sponsor meals or flowers, or if you would like to schedule an interview with Rinpoche. Partial scholarships may be available for those with financial need. If you wish to apply or donate to our scholarship fund, please email us at info@samdenling.org.

 

Aug
6
Mon
Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche @ World Forestry Center - Mt Hood Room
Aug 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche Returns for 5-day, In-Town Retreat


Samden Ling is honored to welcome back Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche for an extended retreat, Saturday, August 4th through Wednesday, the 8th. This year he will teach on “The Wish-Fullfilling Treasure” by Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa). This text is one of seven commentaries by Longchenpa which synthesizes more than 600 years of spiritual transmissions originating from Guru Padmasambhava. Longchen Rabjam was one of the greatest scholars and realized sages of Tibet from the 14th Century.

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche is one of the primary teachers at Shechen Monastery in Nepal which is home to approximately 1,000 monastics. He is a lineage holder of the Longchen Ngingthig Ngondro, and studied under Dzogchen master, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Rinpoche will be available for a few private interviews, and he can converse in English.

Register by July 1 for early-bird pricing. Registration fee includes lunches (vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free). Contact Jacqueline if you would like to sponsor meals or flowers, or if you would like to schedule an interview with Rinpoche. Partial scholarships may be available for those with financial need. If you wish to apply or donate to our scholarship fund, please email us at info@samdenling.org.

 

Aug
7
Tue
Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche @ World Forestry Center - Mt Hood Room
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche Returns for 5-day, In-Town Retreat


Samden Ling is honored to welcome back Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche for an extended retreat, Saturday, August 4th through Wednesday, the 8th. This year he will teach on “The Wish-Fullfilling Treasure” by Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa). This text is one of seven commentaries by Longchenpa which synthesizes more than 600 years of spiritual transmissions originating from Guru Padmasambhava. Longchen Rabjam was one of the greatest scholars and realized sages of Tibet from the 14th Century.

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche is one of the primary teachers at Shechen Monastery in Nepal which is home to approximately 1,000 monastics. He is a lineage holder of the Longchen Ngingthig Ngondro, and studied under Dzogchen master, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Rinpoche will be available for a few private interviews, and he can converse in English.

Register by July 1 for early-bird pricing. Registration fee includes lunches (vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free). Contact Jacqueline if you would like to sponsor meals or flowers, or if you would like to schedule an interview with Rinpoche. Partial scholarships may be available for those with financial need. If you wish to apply or donate to our scholarship fund, please email us at info@samdenling.org.

 

Aug
8
Wed
Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche @ World Forestry Center - Mt Hood Room
Aug 8 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche Returns for 5-day, In-Town Retreat


Samden Ling is honored to welcome back Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche for an extended retreat, Saturday, August 4th through Wednesday, the 8th. This year he will teach on “The Wish-Fullfilling Treasure” by Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa). This text is one of seven commentaries by Longchenpa which synthesizes more than 600 years of spiritual transmissions originating from Guru Padmasambhava. Longchen Rabjam was one of the greatest scholars and realized sages of Tibet from the 14th Century.

Adzom Gyalse Rinpoche is one of the primary teachers at Shechen Monastery in Nepal which is home to approximately 1,000 monastics. He is a lineage holder of the Longchen Ngingthig Ngondro, and studied under Dzogchen master, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Rinpoche will be available for a few private interviews, and he can converse in English.

Register by July 1 for early-bird pricing. Registration fee includes lunches (vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free). Contact Jacqueline if you would like to sponsor meals or flowers, or if you would like to schedule an interview with Rinpoche. Partial scholarships may be available for those with financial need. If you wish to apply or donate to our scholarship fund, please email us at info@samdenling.org.