The White Tara Sadhana Retreat scheduled for March 27-29 has been cancelled.

Khenpo Jigme is currently in Asia and has been advised against traveling at this time due to international health conditions. Please accept his regrets as he will not be returning to Crestone in time for the scheduled retreat. He sends heartfelt caring to all with positive wishes for your health and ripening of practice.

Om Mani Padme Hum 

3 Day White Tara Sadhana
Friday March 27/ Saturday 28/ Sunday 29

(times to be determined)

Khenpo Jigme invites you to participate in this beautiful Sadhana.
White Tara helps purify obscurations, pacify obstacles and shower blessings for long life. A blessed long life then allows establishing the beneficial conditions for stable practice, enlightenment and service to others. In addition is the traditional power of this long life prayer to benefit all lineage holders, Thrangu Rinpoche, the Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje and HH Dalai Lama.

Registration fee: $175                   

Rooms are currently available at the Center

Please register on the VVRC website:

Program with Khenpo Lobzang:           
Deepening our connection to Green Tara and the Paramitas      
Monday, May 25, 2020  through  Friday, May 29, 2020
Sponsored by Orange County Vajra Vidya. For RSVP enrollment
please contact Susan Anderson:

You are invited to join us for our third annual retreat as Khenpo Lobzang teaches on the Six Paramitas as a bridge to the active energy of Green Tara. Khenpo will explore: How each of us has the possibility of personifying Tara’s qualities in our own lives; Green Tara as “protectress” from the eight dangers in the world and how these dangers symbolize our inner fears; the Paramitas as a foundation for the embodiment of responsive compassion; transcending fear in order to manifest Green Tara’s compassionate, active energy. Plus, interviews with Khenpo.
Special Event: A day trip scenic excursion to Tara Mandala in Pagosa Springs.     

Chod  Sadhana             April 24/25/26, 2020
There is currently No Plan for a formal Losar Program