Sharing Spiritual Arts, Teachings, & Practices

June 4th, 2017 – E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson (https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson) sings “E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion”, adapted from the Great Doha of Mahasiddha Virupa.

This song is released as a celebration of Mahasiddha Virupa’s enlightenment.

June 1st, 2017 – Celebration of Holy Month of Vesak

Lama Migmar has suggested to celebrate the holy month of Saka Dawa from May 26th to June 24th during which Buddha was born, enlightened, and passed into Nirvana, and Mahasiddha Virupa was also enlightened by focusing more on one’s daily sadhana practices accumulating more mantras and dedicate the merit for the longevity of dharma.

Saka Month 2017

 

May 27th, 2017 – Lama Migmar at 2017 Harvard Commencement

Lama Migmar at 2017 Harvard Commencement
Lama Migmar participating at 366th Harvard Commencement on May 25th, 2017.

 

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10 Harvard Honorary Degree

 

May 26th, 2017 – Lama Migmar at 2017 Harvard Commencement

Mark Zuckerberg’s speech at 2017 Harvard Commencement

Lama Migmar at 2017 Harvard Commencement
The original chair and side table used by Harvard Presidents during the commencements. Lama Migmar participated in
the 2017 commencement.
Lama Migmar at 2017 Harvard Commencement
2017 Harvard Commencement

 

May 26th, 2017 – Walking on the Footsteps of the Buddha

Offering of praise to Shakyamuni Buddha in celebration of Saka month (May 26th – June 24th, 2017), during which, the Buddha was born, enlightened, & passed away into Nirvana. Music was performed by Meg Hutchinson.

March 26th, 2017 – Sometimes There is Bliss

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson sings “Sometimes There is Bliss”, adapted from the Great Doha of Jetsun Rinpoche Dragpa Gyaltsen.

This song is released as Yogi Day celebration in memory of Jetsun Rinpoche Dragpa Gyaltsen.

February 27th, 2017 – Happy Losar of Rooster New Year 2017

Happy Losar of Rooster New Year - Lama Migmar

January 28th, 2017 – Happy Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year - Lama Migmar

January 7th, 2017 – The art of passing into Nirvana: in memory of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, the Guru of Gurus, in His anniversary month of January

The following videos arlosae short biography of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus; most Tibetan Buddhist lineage holders were His disciples, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness the Sakya Trizin, His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, and the late His Holiness the Dudjom Rinpoche. H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche is also the Guru of Lama Migmar Tseten and Lama Zopa Rinpoche.

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 1 – Biography

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 2 – Kudung Procession

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 3 – Cremation Ceremony

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 4 – Holy TsaTsa & Stupa

June 1st, 2016 – E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson (https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson) sings “E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion”, adapted from the Great Doha of Mahasiddha Virupa.

This song is released as a celebration of Mahasiddha Virupa’s enlightenment.

May 31st, 2016 – Lama Migmar at Harvard University 365th commencement on May 26th, 2016

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May 17th, 2016 – Harvard University 365th Commencement

Mangalam Studio and Talamas Broadcasting will represent Harvard Buddhist Chaplaincy to cover the media during Harvard University 365th commencement on May 26th, 2016.

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May 17th, 2016 – Harvard University 365th Commencement

Lama Migmar is invited to participate in Harvard University 365th commencement on May 26th, 2016.

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May 14th, 2016 – How Many Miles – A new double album from the archives

Our singer and composer Meg Hutchinson (https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson) is launching a new album. Please see the video and project description below. Help support her kickstarter project: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1250984848/how-many-miles-a-new-double-album-from-the-archive

About this project

Keith Richardson has been recording my shows for more than 15 years. He has spent a year listening through the material and curating this collection. From eighty favorites we’ve selected 32 songs, 3 poems and some stories that capture the journey. I covered a whole lot of miles in these years but the real journey has always been about traveling in. These songs chart that course. Can’t wait to share them with you!

Risks and challenges

Raising enough money in time!

May 9th, 2016 – Lama Migmar’s dad’s name Tashi Phuntsok is dedicated during the traditional 49 day memorial service at the Nirvana Stupa, Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA

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May 7th, 2016 – Walking on the Footsteps of the Buddha

Offering of praise to Shakyamuni Buddha in celebration of Saka month (May 7th – June 5th, 2016), during which, the Buddha was born, enlightened, & passed away into Nirvana. Music was performed by our composer and singer Meg Hutchinson (https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson).

March 11th – March 13th, 2016 – World Culture Festival in New Delhi, India organized by Sri Sri Guru of The Art of Living

February 29th, 2016 – A Silent Auction for Mangalam Asian Art Preservation

Open to the public! A silent auction for Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project will be hold on April 2nd – 3rd, 9 am – 5 pm at Burlington Yoga Conference at UVM Davis Center, 4th floor, Burlington, Vermont. Please see the attached flyer for more details.

If you would like to learn more about Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project, please visit: mangalamstudio.com/asian-art-preservation

Donation can be made online using the following link:
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=2NJU4EWUCF5PL

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February 8th, 2016 – Tibetan Losar of Monkey New Year

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

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Mahasiddha Nagarjuna

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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January 15th, 2016 – The art of passing into Nirvana: in memory of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, the Guru of Gurus, in His anniversary month of January

The following videos are short biography of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus; most Tibetan Buddhist lineage holders were His disciples, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness the Sakya Trizin, His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, and the late His Holiness the Dudjom Rinpoche. H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche is also the Guru of Lama Migmar Tseten and Lama Zopa Rinpoche.

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 1 – Biography

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 2 – Kudung Procession

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 3 – Cremation Ceremony

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 4 – Holy TsaTsa & Stupa

Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Dhombipa
Mahasiddha Dhombipa

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

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Mahasiddha Minapa

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Tilopa
Mahasiddha Tilopa

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

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Mahasiddha Indrabhuti
Mahasiddha Indrabhuti

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Shantideva
Mahasiddha Shantideva

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

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Mahasiddha Saraha
Mahasiddha Saraha

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Jalandra
Mahasiddha Jalandra

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Virupa

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Naropa

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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Mangalam Asian Art Preservation Project

to Advance Human Potential for Awakening

Mahasiddha Aryadeva

We at Mangalam are working on Asian Art Preservation Project for 108 Mahasiddhas and Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage, and would like to ask you for your support. We need to raise fund for painting and brocading 108 thangkas of Indian and Tibetan Mahasiddhas, as well as 45 thangkas of Root and Lineage Gurus of Vajrayogini Naropa Lineage. We have completed 60 Mahasiddha thangkas, and still need funding for 48 Mahasiddha thangkas and 45 Root and Lineage Gurus thangkas. These 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus are the source of the Vajrayana Buddhist teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

We will then use these paintings for various activities:

  • Spiritual art exhibition where we will show the paintings of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus, share their inspiring life stories, teachings, and meditation practices.
  • Creating spiritual videos and podcasts about the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus that we will share for free on our websites (mangalamstudio.com108mahasiddha.com, and vajrayogini.info).
  • Publishing books presenting the teachings and meditation practices taught by these 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus compiled from original sources. These books will also present color prints of the 108 Mahasiddhas and 45 Gurus. This project will also require translation of original sources from Tibetan and Sanskrit to English.
  • Teachings and meditation practices at Buddhist centers.

One example of our previous Asian Art Preservation Project is 21 Tārā Art Preservation Project. Here, we commissioned painting and brocading thangkas of 22 female Buddhas, Green Tārā and 21 Tārā. These paintings were used for spiritual art exhibition at Sakya Institute for Buddhist Studies in Cambridge; publishing “Āryā Tārā Practice Manual”, which provides a complete set of texts and instructions for the practice of Tārā compiled from traditional sources, 22 color Tārā thangka pictures, and various Tārā paintings for visualization meditation aid (mangalamkosha.com/dharma-texts/); sharing Tārā praises, mantras, and videos for free on our website (21tara.net); as well as studying, contemplating, and practicing Tārā meditation at various Tārā groups throughout the United States (21tara.net/tara-groups/).

We will not be able to complete this project without your support, and you can make a big impact by making a gift today. To date, our Asian Art Preservation Project has been shared more than 152,000 times in more than 116 countries in all four continents. If this project is valuable for you, please help us by making a donation using the following button. The donation can be made by credit card or PayPal.

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November 3rd, 2015 – “Pack Up Your Sorrows”, A Story of Ilness, Hope, and Transformation

We are inviting you to attend Mangalam Studio’s singer and composer, Meg Hutchinson’s new movie “Pack Up Your Sorrows” on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015, 6 – 9 pm in Lexington, MA. Attendance is FREE of Charge!!

Seats are limited, and registration is required using the following link:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pack-up-your-sorrows-a-story-of-illness-hope-and-transformation-registration-19153280979

June 17th, 2015 – “Pack Up Your Sorrows” Boston premier is tomorrow – get your tickets before they are sold out!

Mangalam Studio Composer and Singer Meg Hutchinson is starring in a new movie “Pack Up Your Sorrows”

June 18th is the Boston Premiere at the Regent Theatre. Get your tickets before they are sold out!
http://www.regenttheatre.com/details/pack_up_your_sorrows_boston_film_premiere_event

For more info about Meg Hutchinson, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson

June 12th, 2015 – Tribute to Buddha’s Legacy 2015 event in Indonesia

June 6th, 2015 – Alex Grey’s painting of Lama Migmar

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June 1st, 2015 – E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson (https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson) sings “E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion”, adapted from the Great Doha of Mahasiddha Virupa.

This song is released as a celebration of Mahasiddha Virupa’s enlightenment.

May 31st, 2015 – Watching sun setting on the Hudson River on May 29th, 2015

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May 30th, 2015 – Lama Migmar at Harvard Commencement on May 28th, 2015

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May 25th, 2015 – Mangalam Studio Composer and Singer Meg Hutchinson is starring in a new movie “Pack Up Your Sorrows”

Here’s a trailer for the Pack Up Your Sorrows film!

June 18th is the Boston Premiere at the Regent Theatre. Get your tickets before they are sold out!

http://www.regenttheatre.com/details/pack_up_your_sorrows_boston_film_premiere_event

For more info about Meg Hutchinson, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson

May 19th, 2015 – Walking on the Footsteps of the Buddha

Offering of praise to Shakyamuni Buddha in celebration of Saka month (May 19th – June 16th, 2015), during which, the Buddha was born, enlightened, & passed away into Nirvana. Music was performed by Meg Hutchinson (https://www.facebook.com/meghutchinson)

May 5th, 2015 – Mangalam Spiritual Art Exhibition

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Mangalam Team is pleased to invite you to attend our Mangalam Spiritual Art Exhibition.

The theme of this exhibition is “Female Buddha Paintings”. We will display paintings of 22 Female Buddhas, Green Tara and 21 Tara, according to the lineage of Atisha Dipamkara, one of the great Indian yogis. These paintings were commissioned by Lama Migmar as part of Mangalam Art Preservation Project. Embedded within this art is the wisdom and compassion of Tara. Out of wisdom and compassion, Green Tara manifests into 21 different Tara to pacify all obstacles and provide auspicious causes and conditions for all sentient beings in their daily lives, as well as their practice to achieve enlightenment. Each of these 22 Tara has various practices to overcome various obstacles and attain various siddhis. The spiritual practice of Tara has been one of the most popular practices in Himalayan countries up to now. You are welcome to join us to learn more about the spiritual art, teachings, and practices of Tara.

Location:

Sakya Institute

59 Church Street Unit 3

Cambridge, MA 02138

Time:

May 26th – 29th, 2015

2 – 5 pm

Please email mangalamstudio8@gmail.com if you have any question. Please visit the event facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1426991054273298/

April 28th, 2015 – Statues and thangkas of 84 Mahasiddhas

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April 27th, 2015 – Most blessed and precious Vajrayogini image at Pharphing, Nepal

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April 21st, 2015 – The most precious 12th century Chakrasamvara with Vajrayogini on display at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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April 21st, 2015 – Chakrasamvara with Vajrayogini on display at Tibetan Museum in Staten Island, NY

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March 24th, 2015 – Sometimes There is Bliss

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson sings “Sometimes There is Bliss”, adapted from the Great Doha of Jetsun Rinpoche Dragpa Gyaltsen.

This song is released as Yogi Day celebration in memory of Jetsun Rinpoche Dragpa Gyaltsen.

March 17th, 2015 – Nirvana Stupa in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge in memory of Lama Migmar’s mother Sonam Yudon

February 19th, 2015 – Happy Tibetan Losar of Wood-Sheep New Year

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June 1st, 2014 – E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson sings “E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion”, adapted from the Great Doha of Mahasiddha Virupa.

This song is released as a celebration of Mahasiddha Virupa’s enlightenment.

January 1st, 2014 – The art of passing into Nirvana: in memory of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, the Guru of Gurus, in His anniversary month of January

The following videos are short biography of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus; most Tibetan Buddhist lineage holders were His disciples, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness the Sakya Trizin, His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, and the late His Holiness the Dudjom Rinpoche.

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 1 – Biography

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 2 – Kudung Procession

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 3 – Cremation Ceremony

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 4 – Holy TsaTsa & Stupa

December 23rd, 2013 – E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson sings “E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion”, adapted from the Great Doha of Mahasiddha Virupa.

24 Nov 2013 – Nirvana Stupa in memory of Khenpo Lama Migmar’s late mother, Sonam Yudon

Nirvana Stupa was erected on November 24th, 2012 in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA. Sonam Yudon’s five children, led by her two eldest sons Khenpo Lama Migmar and Trinley Tsewang, dedicated the stupa to their late mother on her anniversary. It has quickly become an object for prayer, meditation, and mantra recitation for New England’s Buddhist community. Each of the four sides of the stupa is engraved with the Green Tara mantra to receive healing to overcome suffering, and the Avalokiteshvara mantra to cultivate loving kindness, compassion, and wisdom. Khenpo Lama Migmar says of the memorial, “May whoever comes into contact with this Nirvana Stupa further develop these inner qualities of love, compassion, and wisdom.”

For more information about Nirvana Stupa, please download the following magazine page: Nirvana Stupa

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Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Svāhā

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Oṃ Maṇi Padme Hūṃ

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28 Sept 2013 – New 108 Mahasiddha website is launched: www.108mahasiddha.com

This website is set up to celebrate the lives and teachings of the 84 Indian Mahasiddhas and the 24 Tibetan Togdan Mahasiddhas. These 108 Mahasiddhas are the source of the Vajrayana teachings, meditations, and yantra yogas, including vayu, nadi, bliss, and mahamudra practices.

Lama Migmar is commissioning paintings of the 108 thangkas. The paintings together with dohas, practices, and teachings from each mahasiddha will be published as a book as well as shared on this website.

More funding is required to complete these projects. Please provide your financial support using the following PayPal button. Please contact mangalamstudio8@gmail.com if you prefer other methods of payment.

We thank you for your generosity.

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July 9th, 2013 – Green Tara Painting

The following is a Green Tara painting by Jeannie dedicated with our prayers at the 78th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to have long life for the benefit of all sentient beings.

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June 15th, 2013 – Mahasiddha Gorakshanath Thanka Painting

Posted from Lama Migmar’s private collections in memory of Mahasiddha Gorakshanath and Natha traditions of Buddhist and Hindu yogis.

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June 1st, 2013 – E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson sings “E MA HO – Amazing Bliss of Union of Wisdom and Compassion”, adapted from the Great Doha of Mahasiddha Virupa.

This song is released as a celebration of Mahasiddha Virupa’s enlightenment.

May 10th, 2013 – Walking on the Footsteps of the Buddha

Offering of praise to Shakyamuni Buddha in celebration of Saka month (May 10th – June 8th, 2013), during which, the Buddha was born, enlightened, & passed away into Nirvana. Music was performed by Meg Hutchinson.

March 24th, 2013 – Sometimes There is Bliss

In the following music video, Meg Hutchinson sings “Sometimes There is Bliss”, adapted from the Great Doha of Jetsun Rinpoche Dragpa Gyaltsen.

This song is released as Yogi Day celebration in memory of Jetsun Rinpoche Dragpa Gyaltsen.

February 25th, 2013 – The Art of Living

In the following video, Steve Jobs gives a speech “How to Live Before You Die”.

http://www.ted.com/talks/steve_jobs_how_to_live_before_you_die.html

January 30th, 2013 – The art of passing into Nirvana: in memory of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, the Guru of Gurus, in His anniversary month of January

The following videos are short biography of H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche, who is regarded as the Guru of Gurus; most Tibetan Buddhist lineage holders were His disciples, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness the Sakya Trizin, His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, and the late His Holiness the Dudjom Rinpoche. H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche is also the Guru of Lama Migmar Tseten and Lama Zopa Rinpoche.

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 1 – Biography

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 2 – Kudung Procession

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 3 – Cremation Ceremony

A Documentary Film on H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche’s Succinct Biography Part 4 – Holy TsaTsa & Stupa

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