Orgyen Khamdroling
Buddhist Meditation Center

Medicine Buddha Monlam- May 2023- Denver & Montreal remote

Anyen Rinpoche, Allison Choying Zangmo
Denver, CO
2023-05-11 - 2023-05-14

Please join us for this year's annual Medicine Buddha Monlam! This is a very special opportunity for all of us to pray for all sentient beings. We will offer the program in person at our beautiful center in Denver, as well as stream for those attending in person at our Canada center. This program will not be offered online.

**To register, please fill out this form. You will then be sent an invoice via email.**

Anyen Rinpoche encourages all of his students to gather together for these special three days of prayers!

May 11th: 7pm Empowerment (Required if you have not received the Medicine Buddha Empowerment from Anyen Rinpoche. If you have received previously, please feel free to attend again, and please offer Rinpoche an envelope)
May 12-14, 2022
Daily schedule: 8am- 6pm MST

$175 - members who have received empowerment previously (please offer an envelope to Rinpoche for the empowerment)
$185 - nonmembers/ program plus Empowerment
$150 - Joining at the Montreal Center
*If you require financial assistance to attend this program, please contact

The purpose of the Medicine Buddha Monlam is to gather as many spiritual practitioners together as possible for 3 days, and to use our combined motivation and act of reciting and praying Ju Mipham's "Condensed Sadhana of the Medicine Buddha: An Excellent Vase of Nectar" as a way to bring healing energy to ourselves and to beings suffering everywhere. By focusing ourselves completely on this practice, not only do we gathered increase our love, compassion and ability to benefit others through doing the practice, but also, we touch others directly through the power of this sadhana--which has healed countless beings since it was composed.

The idea behind a Monlam is, of course, that we are more capable of benefiting beings by gathering together, and that we can make a greater difference by praying together than we can on our own. In beginning the Monlam in America, Anyen Rinpoche continues a tradition begun long ago by his Lama, Tsara Dharmakirti Rinpoche, who realized this practice and used it to heal not only himself from cancer, but countless others from mental and physical illnesses. We are happy to be able to have the opportunity to share this practice and tradition with all who attend!