Ewam International is a non-profit Nyingma Tibetan Buddhist Center with locations from Taiwan, Nepal, Santa Fe, NM, to Montana.
The Arlee, MT location at The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas is the International seat of the enlightened activities of its founder and master teacher, Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche. Under the guidance of Rinpoche, the Garden is being built along with other projects at each center, including teaching facilities, monasteries, stupas, and retreat centers. The teachings of Rinpoche are like fresh rain falling on parched fields and his lineages are direct and unbroken. Beginners and advanced students alike can learn calm abiding meditation and higher levels of Tibetan Buddhist teachings from Rinpoche as well. Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche has thousands of devoted students worldwide.
The meaning of the Sanskrit word Ewam is usually described as the union of masculine and feminine energy, compassion and wisdom. Courses, teachings, and schedules of teachings can be viewed at the Ewam website at http://www.ewam.org and weekly meditation sessions or Garden events can be viewed on the calendar on the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas website at http://www.ewambuddhagarden.org.