Born in 1966, Shechen Rabjam is an accomplished Tibetan Buddhist teacher. The grandson and spiritual heir of the great twentieth-century meditation master Dilgo Khyentse, Rabjam is the abbot of Shechen monasteries in Nepal and India, supervises the Shechen Orgyan Chozong Nunnery in Bhutan, and leads various humanitarian aid projects in Tibet, Nepal, and India.
Books & Audio
Steps in Meditation on the Enlightened Mind
In these inspiring teachings on how to open the heart, a contemporary Tibetan Buddhist master shows us how to change our self-centered attitude and develop concern for the well-being of others. He teaches that when we acknowledge our own wish… Read More
Born in 1966, Shechen Rabjam is an accomplished Tibetan Buddhist teacher. The grandson and spiritual heir of the great twentieth-century meditation master Dilgo Khyentse, Rabjam is the abbot of Shechen monasteries in Nepal and India and the Shechen Orgyan Chozong Nunnery in Bhutan. He is the seventh in the line of the Rabjam succession. Shechen Rabjam was raised by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and attended almost every teaching, drupchen, and empowerment that he gave during twenty-five years, and today holds this unbroken lineage. He is maintaining the authentic Tibetan Buddhist tradition as taught to him by his grandfather in combination with a modern interest in the needs of the community and its individuals.
Videos & More
This interview was recorded at Pema Osel in Vershire, Vermont on Aug 9, 2010
Thank you to interviewer Carolyn Gimian, and videographer Mark Elliott.
Thank you also to Vivian Kurz, Julia Sanderson, and Sasha Dorje Meyerowitz for facilitating this interview, and to Mike Smith for post production editing.