Individual Retreat Summer Program

Lama Tsultrim Sangpo and Lama Gerry Prindiville

June 10 - August 15

  • $35.00 – Per day
  • $20.00 – Per day for work-trade

Program Contact: Ani Marcia.
Phone: 707-925-0201.

This summer Rangjung Yeshe Gomde invites practitioners to engage in individual retreats in our Tent Cabin settings. This program is also suited to those who are not in the Kumara age range, or cannot commit to the one month requirement, yet would like the benefits of supported practice.

Retreats maybe personalized and solitary or participatory in the Gomde activities. Practitioners will have access, if desired,  to meditation and practice support with Lama Tsultrim and Lama Gerry Prindiville, Gomde daily practices, and the Buddhist Study Program’s class on the “ A Brilliant Sun”  Patrul Rinpoche’s commentary on Shantideva’s Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life. Kumara staff will bring meals for those who wish to minimize contact.

This offering is only for days when there are no public seminars although those who are attending seminars will have priority if they wish to remain on the land for practice.

Fee includes meals, classes, Lama support, and Tent Cabin $35/day. For those who would like to engage in service to the dharma center for 4 hours a day the fee is reduced to $20.

Please contact Ani Marcia for reservations or more information. 707-925-0201.

About the Teachers

Lama Tsultrim Sangpo

A senior monk and chant master at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling monastery in Kathmandu, Lama completed a traditional three year retreat under the guidance of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche.  He currently trains the younger monks at the monastery in the practice of the ritual arts.

Lama Gerry Prindiville

Lama Gerry completed a traditional three-year retreat in Nepal, under the guidance of Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche, in 2007.  Since that time, Rinpoche has on numerous occasions requested Lama Gerry to give meditation instruction and practice advice to Rinpoche’s students.  When Lama Gerry moved to California from Nepal in 2011, Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche asked him to… more »