Lama Tom Broadwater: Dedication of the New Thrangu Monastery in Qinghai, China August 14 Lama Kathy Wesley writes: People from around the world are rejoicing at the dedication of the new Thrangu Monastery in Qinghai. Pilgrims, including Athens KTC‘s Lama Tom Broadwater from Ohio, sent back stunning pictures from this remote Himalayan region. These photos by Lama Tom […]Read more "Returning to the Source: KTD Pilgrims in Tibet"
The Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Stupa Pilgrimage will take modern-day Buddhist pilgrims to five stupas and two temples in the Colorado from Aug. 27 to Sept. 1, 2015 Stupas are Buddhist monuments containing relics, mantras, and blessed substances. They act as a focal point for relating to the sacred in the external world, and symbolize the […]Read more "Join Us for a Virtual Pilgrimage of the Stupas of Colorado!"
From August 27 to Sept. 1, 2015, Lama Kathy Wesley will lead dharma students to the Great Stupa of Dharmakaya in northern Colorado, the stupas of the Crestone Valley in southern Colorado, and the natural stone stupa of Tara Mandala in southwestern Colorado.Read more "Announcing the 2015 KTD Stupa Pilgrimage: 5 Stupas and Two Temples in Four Days in the Colorado Mountains!"
The Second Annual Spanish Language Pilgrimage just started at KTD on June 19. May All benefit! It is a sunny day. The Karma Triyana Dharmachakra (KTD) Monastery is ready to receive the participants of the Green Tara Retreat. On the outskirts of Woodstock, through a small road filled with trees, the Monastery lies ahead. Its […]Read more "THE SECOND SPANISH LANGUAGE RETREAT – FINALLY AT KTD!"
In the spirit of reviewing the past year at KTD, here is the year 2013 in e-mail newsletters, displayed in order. The richness and diversity of the KTD Mandala! Join the KTD E-Letter list. WINTER The New Year Message 2013! Retreat Month 2013 Happy Losar Post Last Year’s Losar Card Losar and Looking Towards the […]Read more "2013, as Viewed from the KTD News E-Letter"
In Lhasa, about a dozen Italian adventurers joined our group of mostly American pilgrims, and with our large Tibetan crew, we piled into six Toyota Land Cruisers and set off for points west. For the most part, we left cities behind and traveled through an extraordinary landscape, impossible to capture in photographs. Still, there were […]Read more "Karen Lucic: From Lhasa to Points West"