What we're about

Drong Ngur Jangchubling is a Buddhist learning and meditation center under the spiritual direction of Drupon Thinley Nyngpo Rinpoche, retreat master and Buddhist philosophy teacher.

Practitioners of all levels, from beginners to more advanced are welcomed.

Discover more about Tibetan Buddhist (Vajrayana) Meditation and practices with other like minded individuals.

CONTACT Drongngur@gmail.com and visit our website:DNJUS.org

FOR MORE INFORMATION

contact phone- (813-495-3517) Damien; 727 809 0899 (Paula,) 727 809 0867 (Ralph), 727 452 7714(Lincoln)

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Drupon will lead this Lead Chenrezik Practice/Meditation

Drong Ngur Janchubling Buddhist Center of Wesley Chapel

Drupon Thinley Ningpo Rinpoche, our Spiritual Guide, will lead this Dharma discussion and meditation and a Sadhana practice . Open to everyone. Great opportunity for people new to Buddhism to ask questions.

INTRO. TO BUDDHISM: Traveling from Confusion to Original Sanity

Drong Ngur Janchubling Buddhist Center of Wesley Chapel

In response to interest expressed by many students, and under the guidance of Drupon Rinpoche and Virginia Blum, Drong Ngur is pleased to offer the second six (6) week Introduction to Buddhism class, “Traveling from Confusion to Original Sanity,” that will be facilitated primarily by James Vitale. The class will use a comprehensive curriculum in Buddhist studies, which adapts the traditional curriculum taught in Tibetan Buddhist educational academies for Western audiences. Students progress sequentially through basic Buddhist introductory topics and then continue with the increasingly complex topics of the hinayana and Mahayana studies. This provides students with a comprehensive foundation in all aspects of Buddhist studies. This curriculum is the product of many years of work in transmitting, translating, and adapting the traditional educational system for students in the West. The core curricular materials were drawn primarily from the teachings of Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, who also designed the curriculum. Supplementary materials highlighting the features and emphases of the Drikung Kagyu lineage will also be provided along with the general curriculum. This series is the second of four 6-week classes to be held at Drong Ngur presenting a comprehensive Introduction to Buddhism. The class structure will consist of 4-5 lecture / group discussion classes with 1-2 Q&A classes with Drupon Rinpoche. Dates for the class: Sep 4 Wed 7 pm Sep 11 Wed 7 pm Sep 18 Wed 7 pm Sep 25 Wed 7 pm Oct 2 Wed 7 pm Oct 9 No class (skips a week for the Mani Drupchen) Oct 16 Wed 7 pm What you need to know to get started: Please email James Vitale ([masked]) if you intend to participate so I can make sure to have class materials available for you. Requested donation for the class is one donation of $45 for all 6 classes. This goes to Drong Ngur and to cover the cost of curriculum materials. However, if you are interested in participating please come no matter what you can or cannot contribute. Drong Ngur strives to make the Dharma available to all. If you’ve purchased the text in advance, deduct your earlier donation from this amount. Participants are asked to attend as many classes as possible, especially the 1st class. Mp3 recordings of all classes will be made available to all registered participants to cover situations when attendance is not possible. Thank you very much, and may all beings experience perfect realization!

Drupon will lead this session- Achi Sadhana/meditation/Practice

Drong Ngur Janchubling Buddhist Center of Wesley Chapel

Drupon Thinley Ningpo Rinpoche will lead this session.Every Thursday evening, Drong Ngur Jangchubling Sangha members will hold practice for the Dharma protector Achi Chokyi Drolma. Practice texts will be at the center.

The Preliminary Practices of the Drikung Kagyu all day Session

Drong Ngur Janchubling Buddhist Center of Wesley Chapel

Our Spiritual Guide Drupon Thinley Ningpo Rinpoche has asked us to Practice the Preliminary Practices( Ngondro) individually and as a group. Drikungpas believe Ngondro is even more important than the higher practices. One must truly understand and practice the simple yet profound foundational teachings before one begins the higher teachings. There is no leader or preceptor during these sessions but performing the practices as a sangha helps to encourage and reinforce our efforts. Most members in the group are practicing the first 2 sections.( Refuge and Vajrasattva). The day is broken up into 4 sessions. 10 AM -Noon, 1-3 PM , 4-6PM & 7-9PM. Feel free to join in for one or all the sessions. For further details call Lincoln at[masked].The sessions will run one day every other month on Saturdays starting with March 28, 2015. May 23,2015 July 25, 2015 September 26, 2015 November 28, 2015

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