Namgyal Legacy

An online archive of video events featuring teachers and community leaders fortunate enough to have received direct teaching and inspiration from Namgyal Rinpoche. Offering widely different expressions of dharma in addressing contemporary themes, our elders are the Namgyal Legacy, and demonstrate the multifaceted, universalist basis of his transmission.

Namgyal Rinpoche was the founding energy behind the Wangapeka Study and Retreat Centre and many other centres around the world.

He showed us a path of dharma, an immense mandala of bodhisattva activity, that was open and willing to explore every facet of life. Outwardly eclectic in expression, there was nothing that didn’t have a place in this vast vehicle of Buddhadharma.

These offerings are by many of his students who are currently teaching or working in their communities. They are being gathered to inspire those who will only meet Rinpoche through the lenses of those who were directly touched by him.

For a fuller biography go to: Ven. Namgyal Rinpoche

The Videos

Tarchin Hearn’s “Primordial Dharma: Explorations of Meaningful Living in Disruptive Times”.

Explore a path of living that is good at the beginning, good in the middle and good at the end – deepening wisdom, compassion and non-clinging awareness for the sake of all of us – August 2019.

Lama Mark Webber: the Venerable Namgyal Rinpoche on his birthday.

Happy Birthday Namgyal Rinpoche 2019

Tarchin Hearn: Transformative Vision

Transformative Vision – We Are all In this Together – Part 1 of 2

Transformative Vision – We are all in this together – Part 2 of 2

Jangchub Reid – Budismo no Brasil e a Linhagem Namgyal – Buddhism in Brazil and the Namgyal Legacy

Chime Shore – Question and Answer Session – November 2020

Doug Duncan & Catherine Pawasarat – Enlighten Up

Doug Duncan & Catherine Pawasarat – The Shadow Enlighten Up

Doug Duncan & Catherine Pawasarat – Karma Yoga

Doug Duncan & Catherine Pawasarat – Living a Dharma Life and the Power of Community

Doug Duncan & Catherine Pawasarat – What is the Purpose of Spiritual Practice

Brian McLeod – The Legacy of Namgyal Rinpoche

Bonni Ross – Clear Vision for Troubling Times – 29 February 2020 – Part 1 of 2

Bonni Ross – Walk Dog Sue Chinese Monk – December 2019

There is always the possibility of looking for the bridges between aspects of ourselves, and between ourselves and others.

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 1

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 2

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 3

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 4

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 5

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 6

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 7

Sonam Senge – The Divine Abidings – Part 8

Michael Bobrowicz – Feelings – Meditation techniques suitable for busy lives and troubling times.

Lama Lodro – HOPE for the Future – Ecology Interview with Chad Cornell for Our Common Roots.

Richard Yin – Namgyal Rinpoche, Climate Change and Activism

We cannot start anything until we realize right livelihood.

Mala Sikka – meditation session, sitting with awareness of the support of the earth beneath us.

Terry Hagan and Mala Sikka – teaching on paṭiccasamuppāda, commonly translated as dependent origination, or dependent arising.

Derek Rassmussen – Difficulties with Meditation and Retreats.

Lama Lodro – 32 Parts of the Body and Four Elements.