Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly


PEMA KHANDRO RINPOCHE is a lineage holder in the Nyingma and Kagyu traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as one of the few Westerners recognized and enthroned as a tulku. She founded the nonprofit organization Ngakpa International, residential meditation centers in Virginia and California, and a new retreat center, Dakini Mountain, near Lake Tahoe. She is completing a doctorate specializing in Tibetan Buddhism at the University of Virginia.

has been a teacher at Cambridge Insight Meditation Center since its founding in 1985, as, published by Wisdom earlier this year.

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