The Dharmakaya Organization is dedicated to teaching wellbeing through the skills of awareness. Under the spiritual authority of Trungram Gyalwa Rinpoche PhD, we preserve and share teachings and practices originated by Buddha more than 2500 years ago. Through this centuries-old wisdom, we offer spiritual guidance that ultimately transforms people’s minds—enabling them to reach their highest potential for the benefit of themselves and others.

Dharmakaya Vision

DrawingInSandWe believe that the true nature of every sentient being is pure, complete and full of good qualities. Yet often that true nature lies dormant, and as a result, people suffer. Our goal is to help people everywhere awaken their inner nature. Through Buddhist teachings and practices, they can learn to uncover and embrace their inner-goodness, alleviating their suffering and, in the process, finding wisdom, awareness, and peace.


Our Teachers

TeachersAny accelerated course of learning requires a highly competent guide. But it is even more important when working with the mind. Buddhist teaching is both simple and subtly complex, and the inner experience must be guided carefully. Dharmakaya offers the opportunity to work with two of the most respected masters of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism.



HandUpPalmBuddha taught that giving is the foundational practice for those who wish to become a bodhisattva. Though not the most important form of generosity, giving material resources can help us achieve our mission to teach the skills of mental and spiritual awareness, benefiting people worldwide. Your donation of any size contributes to the long-term growth and stability of the Dharmakaya organization.


Contact Us

BuddhaWisdomWe welcome the opportunity to hear from you, to answer your questions and to have you become part of our organization.


Meaning of Abbreviations

* The following day is a missing or a double date accroding to Tibetan calendar.
BA Amitabha Buddha Day
BD Baden: unfavourable for putting up flags
BM Medicine Buddha Day
BS Shakyamuni Buddha Day
DP Dharmapala Day
LD Ludok: unfavourable for Naga Offering
LT Luthep: favourable for Naga Offering
ME Moon Eclipse: great day for accumulation of merit
NG Ngenpa Guzom: unfavourable for new project, e.g. gathering, inauguration
NN Nyinag: unfavourable for new project, e.g. marriage, inauguration
SE Sun Eclipse: a greater day for accumulation of merit
SN Shakngen: unfavourable for new project, e.g. marriage, inauguration
TN Tashi Nyima: auspicious day in a general sense
YK Yenkong: unfavourable for new project, e.g. marriage, inauguration
ZC Zangpo Chuzom: auspicious day, good for gathering

Duchen great anniversaries, special days of Buddha Shakyamuni, etc., good for accumulating merits.
Tsezang good days for accumulating merits
Naga Powerful long-lived serpent-like beings who inhabit in water, guard great treasure. Some great protectors of the Dharma are nagas such as Eight Major Nagas.