No description available. address: PO Box 1206, Portland,

OR 97207-1206 PHONE: (503) 228-3154 fax: Same

e-mail: ENoble@aol. com lineage: Japanese Koyasan Shingon contact: Rev. Eko Susan Noble, Resi­dent Director affiliation: Senko-ji Temple/Koyasan Shingon Shu (1563 Shimobo, Nyu - kawa-mura, Ono-gun, Gifu-ken 506- 21, Japan).

about Buddhism:
The Waking Peacock Sangha was formed in 1987 by a group of gay men who had been working together in a therapy con­text, and with the explicit blessings of Situ Rinpoche, a senior
This sangha was founded by Krishna Sh - erchan, a Thakali from northcentral Nepal who trained in Vajrayana Bud­dhism in Mustang (Lo Monthang). Sher - chan-ji is learning English,
For description please see Pacific Region Yeshe Nyingpo in Ashland, Oregon. address: PO Box 64, Ashland, OR 97520 phone: (541) 482-2399 lineage: Tibetan Nyingma spiritual head: H.
Nyingmapa Buddhism is a form of Tan­tric, Vajrayana Buddhism brought to Tibet over a thousand years ago by the great teacher Guru Rinpoche. These teachings have been passed down t
The Portland Sakya Center is under the spiritual direction of Jetsun Chimey Lud - ing, sister of H. H. Sakya Trizin. She visits twice a year. The resident teacher since 1991 is (An
Pacific Region Yeshe Nyingpo is the mother center for six Vajrayana Tibetan Buddhist centers under the direction and guidance of the Ven. Gyatrul Rinpoche, who was appointed spirit

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