Chagdud Gonpa Foundation (CGF) is part of an international network of centers whose origin is Chagdud Gonpa in Tibet, a monastery founded in the 15th century. Established in 1983 by Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche, CGF offers teachings and meditation practices from the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism.
Chenrezig embodies the compassion of all enlightened beings. Meditating on the form and reciting the mantra of Chenrezig refines away selfishness, confusion and negativity, connecting the practitioner to the nature of their own unbiased compassion.
Ati Ling is broadcasting its daily puja online via Youtube, on a private channel. For those who have received the relevant empowerments AND who have practised regularly with a Chagdud Gonpa sangha.
John Swearingen was interviewed by the Forest Service about the Monument Fire in 2021.
Akshobhya meditation can liberate not only the practitioner him or herself from the fear of inauspicious rebirth, but other beings as well. Akshobhya explicitly promised that the merit generated by reciting one-hundred-thousand of his long dhayani mantra and creating an image of him could be dedicated to another person, even someone long deceased.
Audio teachings for people looking to learn more about Buddhism.
Stay informed about what’s happening with CGF.
Read selected interviews and articles from the past.
Sounds and sights to support your practice.
Practice texts and prayers used at CGF centers and practice groups.