On 5 October, around 100 people from across the UK gathered inBristol to hear Lama Jampa Thaye teach part three of ‘A Garland of Jewels’.
The weekend of 28th and 29th of September saw the third visit of Lama Jampa Thaye to Karma Mingyur Ling in Montchardon, the principle Karma Kagyu centre in Eastern France.
Lama Jampa together with Dechen Dolma and Kate have just returned to London from France where they were guests of Dhagpo Kagyu Ling during the visit of HH 17th Karmapa.
Over the weekend of 14 - 15 September Lama Jampa visited Sakya Dechern Ling, Stuttgart. He bestowed the Initiation of Vajrapani Bhutadamara and gave the detailed explanation of the associated practice (Tib. tri).
For the first weekend in September Lama Jampa travelled to Yorkshire to continue with the teaching and transmission of Gampopa’s classic text.
For the second week of the Dechen Summer Course at Sakya Changlochen Ling, Lama Jampa gave the full cycle of Vajrayana teachings for the practice of Chenrezig, from the lineage of the 16th century Tibetan master, Nyen Tsembupa.
Lama Jampa has completed six days of teachings on dependant origination, combined with the initiation and daily practice of ‘Tara who Liberates from All fears’. People came from as far afield as LA and Mexico City to attend this first week of the annual two week Dechen Summer Course.
During the first weekend in August, in the elegant setting of Dhagpo Kagyu Ling’s Institut surrounded by the beautiful wooded hills of the Dordogne area of France, Lama Jampa gave a public teaching entitled ‘All beings have been my mothers – the roots of compassion’.
Lama Jampa has just completed four days of teaching on his annual visit to Dhagpo Kagyu Ling in France where he gave the first part of the 'General Presentation on the Tantra Sets' by the great scholar and logician Sonam Tsemo (1142 - 1182), the second of the Sakya founding lamas.
How do Buddha’s teachings answer the most profound questions of our existence? What makes his thinking unique amongst other systems of thought?
Last weekend Lama Jampa continued to teach the Jewel Ornament of Liberation in Manchester. The two days of teaching were given in the city’s northern quarter and were as always much appreciated by all those who received them.
It was a sweltering hot weekend in South Germany, as students gathered not only from Stuttgart itself, but from around Germany and even from Switzerland and Czech Republic.
Bodhi Path Bordo - a centre located in a little hill-top village close to the Italian-Swiss border was the venue for three days of teachings given by Lama Jampa this past weekend.
On Saturday 8th June Lama Jampa returned to Bristol to give the second instalment of teachings on Chogyal Phakpa’s beautiful text A Garland of Jewels.
Lama Jampa accompanied by Dechen Dolma and their daughter Kate has just completed a five day visit to New York.
On Saturday 18 May 2019, Dechen Hebden Bridge welcomed Lama Jampa Thaye to this unique Yorkshire Town to continue the teaching on The Precious Rosary of the Supreme Path.
From 30th of April to 5th of May Lama Jampa visited Khyenkong Karma Kagyu Poland, a dharma centre established under the wishes of Beru Khyentse Rinpoche and Jamgon Kongthrul Rinpoche.
Lama Jampa and family arrived in LA from Mexico city on Thursday April 11 for a ten day visit.
Lama Jampa visited Sakya Dolma Ling in Mexico City for eight days this April. During his visit, he gave an inspiring public talk on how to uncover our potential for kindness and clarity, followed by an informal dinner with the sangha
On the weekend 29th to 31st March 2019 Lama Jampa taught Jamgon Kongtrul`s "The Rays of the Stainless Vajra Moon - A Guide to the Great Madhyamaka Zhentong View" at the Dharma Center Möhra in East Germany
Lama Jampa and Dechen Dolma traveled to Paris and Normandy in France from 21st to 25th of March.
Last weekend Lama Jampa returned to the beautiful, tranquil setting of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust’s centre at Barnes, London to give teachings on three short lojong (mind training) texts.
Kagyu Ling was blessed in February with an extended visit from Lama Jampa and family. They arrived on ‘Miracle’s Day’, which commemorates the Buddha’s performance of miracles to win over those who lacked confidence in the dharma.
On Friday 8th February Lama Jampa gave a public talk entitled ‘Emotions in Buddhist Psychology’ to a large and diverse audience of interested people in Valencia.
Last weekend Lama Jampa visited Sakya Dechen Ling, Stuttgart, Germany. On Friday evening he gave a public talk about meditation in the buddhist context. He explained that meditation is part of the buddhist path, together with moral discipline and wisdom, and can be differentiated into calm abiding (shamata) and insight meditation (vipassana).
Last weekend in Bristol Lama Jampa began teaching a text called “A Garland of Jewels” written by one of the founding lamas of the Sakya tradition, Chogyal Phakpa, in the thirteenth century.
Lama Jampa arrived in LA on Tuesday January 8 for a week of teachings. The first event was a public talk on Thursday January 10 entitled ‘Clarity and Compassion’.
Lama Jampa and family arrived, on the 10th December 2018, in Bodh Gaya, India, the place of Lord Buddha’s enlightenment.