We are delighted to announce that we are approaching a significant milestone – the completion of the temple at Yeshe Long, Dza Kilung Rinpoche’s dharma seat in the West. We anticipate the construction of the temple will be finished by the end of December 2018. Click HERE for more photos. For this beautiful and inspiring temple, we are grateful for Rinpoche’s enlightened vision and for the exceptional generosity of Nancy Nordhoff and Lynn Hays.
Now that the temple is nearing completion, we have an extraordinary opportunity. Rinpoche has turned his attention to finding and purchasing the treasures that will grace our beautiful space.
This is a rare opportunity to participate with devotion and with pure intention in bringing these exquisite thangkas, statues, implements and rugs from the East to Yeshe Long and to fully join in the creation of our temple. In bringing these sacred energies to Yeshe Long, we are supporting Kilung Rinpoche to fulfill his role as a lineage master of the Longchen Nyingtik tradition for the benefit of all beings.
Click HERE for more photos of the beautiful sacred items that Rinpoche has selected. They are hand-made of the finest materials by artisans in Nepal. The total cost is $30,000. Any donations great or small are most welcome!
To be part of creating tendrel, the connection with these sacred Vajrayana objects, you may dedicate your contribution for any purpose close to your heart, such as the benefit of specific beings, all beings, repayment of karmic debts, dissolution of obstacles, or to celebrate the completion of a practice.
Click HERE to make your offering via Paypal, check/bank draft, cash or stock transfer. Please indicate “Temple Sacred Fund” on your donation.
We expect to have all items in place for the consecration sometime this spring, so all donations would be appreciated by the end of February 2019. If you have any questions about contributions, email email@example.com.
Pema Kilaya has immense gratitude for the generosity of all those who share in the bringing of these sacred object to the Yeshe Long temple!