Yeshe Long is the dharma center of Kilung Jigme Rinpoche in the West. Yeshe Long means “vast wisdom”. Yeshe Long is the site for Rinpoche’s teachings and meditation retreats, and also houses the Pema Kilaya sangha office, and the office of the Kilung Foundation.
In June, 2019, a new temple Phagtsok Gedun Choling was consecrated. Phagtsok Gedun Choling means “Dharma Land of the Great Practitioner.” All activities, formerly in the small house at Yeshe Long, are now happening in the beautiful new temple.
Every Monday evening, from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm, the public is welcome to meditation instruction and practice in the Seven Meditations, based on teachings in Dza Kilung Rinpoche’s book, The Relaxed Mind. For times when the temple is open for visiting or for meditation, click HERE. For Dza Kilung Rinpoche’s teaching schedule, click HERE.
The temple is closed at this time of public health concerns about the coronavirus.
Information on how to Zoom into meditation on your computer or phone is HERE.
The land of Yeshe Long is also available as a personal retreat site for practitioners who are willing to camp.
Conveniently located 10 minutes from the Clinton/Mukilteo ferry, the temple and the land convey a strong feeling of peaceful retreat, sitting amidst 5 acres of beautiful forest, meadow, and garden. The land is home to wildlife and many varieties of birds.
Yeshe Long is located at 6900 Humphrey Rd., Clinton, WA 98260.
(360) 341-4184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org