The 37 Practices Of A Bodhisattva

Drong Ngur Jangchubling is pleased to announce that Drupon Thinley Ningpo Rinpoche and Virginia Blum will continue to lead teachings on Tokme Zongpo’s 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva every

. The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva reflect the entire Buddhist path, and regular study, contemplation, and meditation on them brings immense benefit. Drupon Rinpoche will give an in-depth explanation on each of these special practices.

Additionally, Drong Ngur will hold a special day of Buddha Shakyamuni Sadhana Practice on the day of Saga Dawa Duchen, which occurs on the full moon, Friday, June 5th. Saga Dawa Duchen marks the enlightenment and parinirvana of Buddha Shakyamuni where karmic actions are multiplied ten million times.

37 Practices of a Bodhisattva Teaching Series
Every Sunday from May 24th – June 28th
11am – 1pm

Saga Dawa Duchen Sadhana Practice
Friday, June 5th
7pm – 9pm

37 Practices of a Bodhisattva Full-Day Teaching
Sunday, June 7th
Session 1
11am – 1pm
1pm – 230pm
Session 2
230pm – 5pm

**PLEASE NOTE, all events and practice sessions will be held on Zoom and Facebook Live Stream at Eastern Standard Time (EDT). Drong Ngur will continue to hold regular practice sessions during the teaching series – Tuesday, every other Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. On Sundays, Drupon Rinpoche will teach on the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva then lead a short Parnashavari practice (except on June 7th). You can access these via the links below, or on our Virtual Dharma webpage. The 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva text can be downloaded here. 

37 Practices of a Bodhisattva
Sunday, May 24th – June 28th
ZOOM Meeting:
Meeting ID: 672 247 677
Please contact us for the meeting password.

Saga Dawa Duchen
Friday, June 5th
ZOOM Meeting:
Meeting ID: 895 0302 5191
Please contact us for the meeting password.

To make an offering for this teaching series, or to support Drong Ngur Jangchubling in this challenging time, please consider donating at our website ( No amount is too small, and every donation is appreciated. Our goal is to make the Dharma accessible to all and these special events are open to anyone with the wish to participate.

Practice Materials
For sadhanas, prayers, and other additional digital resources for your Dharma practice, please visit us at: 

The Garchen Buddhist Institute  Translation of the 37-Practices of a Bodhisattva’s Way of Life can be downloaded here. 


“All suffering without exception comes from seeking your own happiness. The perfect Buddhas are born from the altruistic mind. Therefore, truly exchange your own happiness for the suffering of others. This is the way of the bodhisattva.”
From the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva, Translated by the Garchen Buddhist Institute Translation Group