Visitors are welcome to the Center and have access to the park, the Temple, the Prayer Wheel, the Stûpa and the shop. However, for security reasons, wearing a mask remains compulsory within the buildings.
Access to the daily practices in the Temple is also possible, provided one sits at the back of the Temple and avoids sitting at the residents' seats and touching their items.
Presential retreats should resume next Autumn.
Thank you for your understanding.🙏
Astrology indicates that next year, the Water Rabbit year, will be His Holiness' obstacle year.
So as to ensure His Holiness and Mayumla's presence in this world for many years to come, we wish to accumulate at Drukpa Plouray 100,000 homage prayers to Tara before his next birthday.
You are all invited to join us during the morning live streams (Tara or Riwo Sang Tchö practices) so that we may add up all of our recitations. (Only those we recite together will be counted).
Therefore, please signal your presence during the recitations (either through a comment on our Facebook page or through Messenger just writing “Tara”)
Thank you all for taking part.🙏🙏🙏
“Dear Dharma Friends,
I am very happy to introduce my YouTube channel, where you will find the official videos of the different rituals we perform at Drukpa Plouray.
Since my arrival in Europe, I have made requests to His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa so that we may receive the empowerments of the different traditional practices of the Drukpa Lineage.
His Holiness accepted and sent Lobpon Jigme Tingdzin Zangmo La to Plouray to guide us through these practices thanks to his instructions.
After several years of practicing and training, I rejoice in sharing my experience with all the European Sangha members and beyond, so that everyone may now practice, whether individually or as a group within the Dharma centers of the Drukpa Lineage.
Apart from the Guru Dewa practice, the empowerment of which was bestowed by His Eminence Gyaltshen Trulku Rinpoche in the Bhutanese tradition, all the melodies are by His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa. It is a great blessing to have the opportunity to practice these rituals according to His instructions and melodies.
All the texts of these practices have been translated and are available at the Drukpa Plouray shop and also online.”
Drubpön Ngawang Tenzin Pagsam Yongdu
Representative of His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa in Europe
In accordance with the wish of Drubpön Ngawang Tenzin Pagsam Yongdu, the representative of His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa in Europe, this booklet on The Lord of Dharma Tsangpa Gyare, the first Gyalwang Drukpa, came into being thanks to the short biography written by Khenpo Tringa Rinpoche and the magnificent practice composed by Tsangpa Gyare: The Aspiration to the seven qualities of Virtuous Practice.
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