This website offers information about Venerable Amy Miller (Lobsang Chodren), a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition. Venerable Amy teaches and leads retreats and pilgrimages around the world.



Upcoming Retreats:


New York Area
Shantideva Meditation Center
Fourth Annual Meditation Retreat at Garrison Institute, Garrison, New York
April 27 – 29

A variety of guided meditation sessions to include shiné (calm abiding), the nature of mind, death and dying, developing the good heart, emptiness, and other topics on the path to enlightenment. Help kickstart your practice or invigorate an already-existing one.



Vermont Area
A variety of teachings, daylong meditations, library courses during this teaching tour in Vermont
May 3 – 9
Details on flyers below. Feel free to print out and post and share them with others.

Lawudo Pilgrimage and Retreat, Solu Khumbu (Mount Everest region)
October 5 – 22

Have you ever had the wish to trek in Nepal or visit pilgrimage sites in the Kathmandu Valley? I am planning to lead  a most worthwhile journey including a 3-day meditation retreat at Lawudo (see Lawudo.com) in the Solu Khumbu (Mt. Everest) region of Nepal.

Click here for detailed itinerary and registration information.

Please enjoy the slideshow below to get a taste of this special experience.

Feel free to share or post  the following flyers:

Buddhism in a Nutshell new e-book available at http://shop.fpmt.org/Buddhism-in-a-Nutshell-eBook_p_2615.html Also included is a free code for the FPMT Online Learning Center course that contains downloadable audio files of the course as taught by Ven. Amy Miller.

Are you looking for a general overview of the Buddhist path in the Tibetan tradition? Have a look at Buddhism in a Nutshell, an FPMT* publication co-authored by Lama Thubten Yeshe, Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Venerable Amy Miller. This book includes an 11-hour audio CD of Venerable Amy teaching this course that is part of the FPMT online learning center.

You can order the book here and the online course here.

Buddhism in a Nutshell

Buddhism in a Nutshell


*Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition


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