Teaching Archives: Video
Sunday, January 6, 2013 Lama Tsultrim Allione offered a Webcast January 6 on: Gateway Dedicated Practitioner Program from the Dzinpa Rangdröl Lineage combining Machig Labdron, Dzog Chen and Chöd and share stories from the Nyensa (Difficult Places) Chöd Pilgrimage she did in India, Sikkim, & Nepal in November of 2012 Thank you for joining us … More
David Petit, husband of Tibetan Buddhist teacher Lama Tsultrim Allione and co-founder of Tara Mandala retreat center, died unexpectedly in the night during the summer of 2010 a month before his 55th birthday. Just a few weeks prior, filmmaker Victress Hitchcock spent time with David and Lama Tsultrim on the land at Tara Mandala, talking … More
Lama Tsultrim Allione describes the emergence of the Tara Mandala Temple from vision to reality. Beautiful images of Tara Mandala retreat center in Pagosa Springs, Colorado accompany her interview.
In late April of 2011, just after her return to Tara Mandala from pilgrimage, Lama Tsultrim gave an amazing gift to our residential community and those attending the Phowa Retreat with Chagdud Khandro. At Chagdud Khandro’s request, Lama Tsultim gave her first teaching since the death of her husband, David Petit. She spoke to us … More
“Ki Du Lam Kher,” which means “Taking Happiness and Sorrow onto the Path,” a beautiful Dharma song by the recent Terton Pegyal Lingpa and sung by Pema Zangmo and Ani Kunsang at Tara Mandala, which includes the line “Dug na gate kun gyi dug ngel khur,” which means “If I am in sorrow, I am happy, because … More
Lama Tsultrim Allione, here discusses the concept of the Divinine Feminine and what this means in personal as well as cultural terms. She is the founder of Tara Mandala, a unique retreat center in Colorado dedicated to the Divine Feminine.