ABOUT CYBERSANGHA

CyberSangha is a way to connect with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the ancient Tibetan teachings, and fellow students around the world through regular live broadcasts that can be easily viewed on Rinpoche’s Facebook page. All broadcasts are free and open to all. You don’t need a Facebook account to view them.

The name CyberSangha reflects Rinpoche’s deep, personal commitment to offer free access to his teachings for anyone in the world who might benefit from them. Buddhism speaks of Three Jewels: the Buddha; the Dharma, or Buddhist teachings; and the Sangha — the community of meditation practitioners who follow the teachings and put them into practice. In particular, CyberSangha refers to the international online community of individuals who are following Rinpoche’s Facebook Live broadcasts and are seeking nourishment from the mutual support of others. Look on Twitter and Instagram for the presence of CyberSangha there, as well.

Rinpoche’s teachings present a doorway to connecting with your best self, a sense of openness, awareness, and warmth that allows you to live to your highest potential. His broadcasts are meant to be accessible to anyone, including those who have never tried meditation, practitioners with years of meditation experience, and those with any or no religious or spiritual affiliation.

Offered regularly since 2009, Rinpoche’s live broadcasts include not only teachings and guided meditations, but also interfaith dialogues, conversations between scientific and spiritual leaders, and Tibetan poetry readings, as well as glimpses of Rinpoche’s life and travels. A worldwide team of volunteers provides simultaneous translation of the Facebook Live broadcasts into multiple languages, and a Facebook discussion group permits exchanges between members of CyberSangha. Recordings of each broadcast are accessible in multiple languages via the CyberSangha archives as well as language-specific YouTube channels.

Learn more about our international team of volunteers.

You can learn more about Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the Tibetan Bön Buddhist teachings, and his worldwide network of sanghas and centers here.

CyberSangha is a way to connect with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the ancient Tibetan teachings, and fellow students around the world through regular live broadcasts that can be easily viewed on Rinpoche’s Facebook page. All broadcasts are free and open to all. You don’t need a Facebook account to view them.

The name CyberSangha reflects Rinpoche’s deep, personal commitment to offer free access to his teachings for anyone in the world who might benefit from them. Buddhism speaks of Three Jewels: the Buddha; the Dharma, or Buddhist teachings; and the Sangha — the community of meditation practitioners who follow the teachings and put them into practice. In particular, CyberSangha refers to the international online community of individuals who are following Rinpoche’s Facebook Live broadcasts and are seeking nourishment from the mutual support of others. Look on Twitter and Instagram for the presence of CyberSangha there, as well.

Rinpoche’s teachings present a doorway to connecting with your best self, a sense of openness, awareness, and warmth that allows you to live to your highest potential. His broadcasts are meant to be accessible to anyone, including those who have never tried meditation, practitioners with years of meditation experience, and those with any or no religious or spiritual affiliation.

Offered regularly since 2009, Rinpoche’s live broadcasts include not only teachings and guided meditations, but also interfaith dialogues, conversations between scientific and spiritual leaders, and Tibetan poetry readings, as well as glimpses of Rinpoche’s life and travels. A worldwide team of volunteers provides simultaneous translation of the Facebook Live broadcasts into multiple languages, and a Facebook discussion group permits exchanges between members of CyberSangha. Recordings of each broadcast are accessible in multiple languages via the CyberSangha archives as well as language-specific YouTube channels.

Learn more about our international team of volunteers.

You can learn more about Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the Tibetan Bön Buddhist teachings, and his worldwide network of sanghas and centers here.