Tsoknyi Gechak Ling School Enters the Digital Age in 2017!

 With the help of Australian friend Jaya Jayavinda, who donated 15 laptops to the school - all of the students, Shedra nuns, and members of the Trasang are enrolled in computer classes.At Tsoknyi Gechak Ling, everyone continues to learn and thrive.

In Clinic Class Nurse Mira shows Class One Students how to use a stethoscope. They are delighted to hear their classmate's heartbeats.

The younger nuns are taught about personal hygiene, including healthy tooth brushing habits, proper washing, and keeping their surroundings clean and organized.

Everyone enjoys cake at Teachers Appreciation Day!
Report Card Day
Students are supported with their studies by older guardian nuns, who assist teachers in the classroom.
Please take a few moments to enjoy this recent video interview with Pema Yangki and Ani Konchok Drolkar.
They are both senior nuns teaching at Tsoknyi Gechak Ling and come from the Tsoknyi lineage in Nangchen,Tibet.
"The most important thing is this wish to help others- bodhicitta. We should benefit others."
Pema Yangki
"Basically we're all practicing with the hope that we'll one day become a Buddha. We practice because of the wish to be awakened."
Ani Konchok Drolkar

This interview by The Yogini Project with the Nangchen Nuns Pema Yangki and Ani Konchok Drolkar was directed by Michael Ash.

                   Please view and share this informative video!
The Prayer Wheel Fundraising Campaign
 Don't miss this beautiful 15 minute film: 
"Prayers in Motion - 1,000 Prayer Wheels
for Tsoknyi Gechak Ling"


 For more information about sponsoring
    a Prayer Wheel at Tsoknyi Gechak Ling:


 Sponsorships for larger Prayer Wheels are 
    now available.


Charity Skydive for Support of Tsoknyi Gechak School!

Click HERE for information.
We All Appreciate Your Support!

"I like this Gompa and I want to say thank you to my Rinpoche la. I feel so lucky because of my family, teachers, friends and especially our Rinpoche la and our sponosors. I would like to say thank you for giving me this opportunity."
                                                                                          Rigzang Palmo
Construction Progress
Completion of the Main Temple is scheduled for 2019.
Artisans from Nepal and Asia will complete the Temple in traditional Tibetan style.

Be kind to yourself as you proceed along this journey. This kindness, in itself, is a means of awakening the spark of love within you and helping others to discover that spark within themselves.
                                                                              Tsoknyi Rinpoche
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