Dzogchen Teachings on the Precious Treasury of the Dharmadhatu

On Sunday, September 24th, 2023, from 10am – 12pm EDT, Khenpo Yeshi will teach from the great Dzogchen master Longchenpa’s magnum opus, The Precious Treasury of the Dharmadhātu.

About this text, Dza Patrul Rinpoche wrote:
In particular, the most profound and precious Treasury of Dharmadhātu is the core of the Omniscient Master’s realization.
It fully and directly shows wakefulness beyond accepting and rejecting—
The dharmakaya nature of your intrinsic mind-essence. 

This text is the true dharmakaya, manifest in physical form. 
Such an excellent text is the Buddha in person.
It fulfills the deeds of the victorious ones in this world. 
This text shows the Buddha-mind directly.
I swear there is nothing higher, even if you met the Buddha! 
This is Khenpo Yeshi’s daily heart practice and the essence of the view and practice of Dzogchen Atiyoga.

It is a rare and special opportunity to study this profound text with a realized master, such as Khenpo Yeshi. Please join us!

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Khenpo Yeshi Rinpoche 

Khenpo Yeshi Rinpoche was born in Kham, East Tibet in 1969. From early childhood, he showed a deep interest in the study of Dharma. At the age of thirteen, he was granted empowerments, transmissions, and oral instructions in the cycle of Longchen Nyingthig. As a teenager, he arrived in India and studied at Sera Monastery and later Dzogchen Monastery, where he excelled in his studies. Over the years, Khenpo Yeshi studied closely with more than two dozen eminent Khenpos and received empowerments, transmissions, and oral instructions of both kama and terma of the Nyingma tradition from such renowned Lamas as HH the 14th Dalai Lama, HE Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, and HE Dodrupchen Rinpoche. 

In 1992, Khenpo Yeshi traveled to Changchub Ling at Dera Dun, India, where he received the teachings, transmissions, and empowerments of the Drikung Kagyu Lineage from HH the Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang, HH the Drikung Kyabgon Chungtsang, and many other great teachers and masters of the Drikung Kagyu Lineage. After his academic Buddhist studies, Khenpo Yeshi traveled to Nepal to undertake an intensive three-year meditative retreat under the guidance of the renowned Dzogchen master, H.E. Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche at Asura Cave Retreat Center in Pharping, south of Kathmandu. Upon completion of his retreat in 1997, HE Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche invited Khenpo Yeshi to teach at the monastery’s Shedra. 

In December 2001, Khenpo Yeshi arrived in the United States.  Since then, he has participated in retreats at Pema Oser Ling in Santa Cruz, California, and at the Garchen Buddhist Institute in Prescott Valley, Arizona. He continues to instruct students from around the world and is currently a doctoral candidate writing his dissertation at the University of California, Berkeley. 

Suggested Donation
$20 per session

Snacks, fruit, tea, and coffee will be available for all participants.

Drong Ngur strives to make the Dharma available to everyone, and no one is turned away due to a lack of funds. Work-study is available upon request. Please contact for more information.

Lodging at Drong Ngur Jangchubling is available upon request. Please contact to reserve lodging.

Copies of the text are available at:


“May as many beings as exist in ten directions
Be always well and happy.
May all samsaric beings live in accord with the Dharma,
And may their every Dharma wish be fulfilled.”
From The King of Aspiration Prayers, translated by Jesse Fenton 

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