About Lama D 

Lama D teaches free daily classes for 11,000 students via WeChat social media. His Buddhist groups are called “Tharpi Sabuen” meaning “Seeds for Paradise”. The goal is enlightenment. He teaches how to plant seeds in every word and action, to help all beings move out of the 3D physical world, beyond cycles of death and rebirth. He teaches about the Six Realms ofin Dzongkha, the language of Bhutan. 

Lama D accepts no fees for his classes. Voluntary contributions can be made to the group administrators in Bhutan, used for special ceremonies and projects in that country. Tharpi Sabuen is highly regarded in Bhutan, following spiritual teachings of the great Je Khempo, Bhutan’s High Lama. Currently, the group is building a series of beautiful shrines to honor the five great saints of Bhutan. The first shrine has already been installed in Thimphu Children’t Park. They plan to install 205 shrines throughout Bhutan. 

He is a walking example of Buddhist life skills we all need, such as: He practices how to live almost stress-free, and how to to be at ease in the moment. He exemplifies practical skills for purifying the mind through meditation, sacred chanting, observing your thoughts, to live in the world without creating Karma. His creative metaphors describe the Laws of Nature, living and dying. His name Lama Dungtsho means “Tibetan Doctor”. 

A graduate of Simtokha Dzong and Tango Buddhist Institute in Bhutan, Lama D. earned his Master’s degree in Buddhist philosophy. He performs and teaches visualizations and chants for healing and protection. Author of six books in Dzongkha language, he offers breathing exercises for physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional harmony. He is versed in how to use chants for specific purposes, summoning the wisdom of Shakyamuni Buddha, Guru Rinpoche, Padmasambhava, and Milarepa. Lama D also teaches and practices Tibetan Kunye Massage.

Lama D’s training and experience give him a wealth of knowledge, merging ancient wisdom in modern times. Unlike many clerics, he has been forced to surmount complex everyday life challenges of relationships, parenting, money, and chaos of society, while living the pure Dharma. Lama D and Sri Jana live at Keramas Sacred River Village in Bali, where they offer transformational healing retreats.

About Srijana

Srijana, aka Jane Barthelemy, is a writer, intuitive, healer, channel, and author with decades of experience in meditation, Kundalini, Buddhism, Qigong, Taichi, and Daoist sexuality. She has an MBA and worked as CFO of the original Rudi’s Bakery. Her life path traversed many careers including computer networking, opera primadonna in Italy, and owner of a Venetian glass jewelry company.

Serious health challenges led her to change her diet to all natural unprocessed foods. It became two cookbooks: “Paleo Desserts” and “Good Morning Paleo” published by Hachette Books. Her healthy food & lifestyle website JanesHealthyKitchen.com recently won the 2022 Corp Today Magazine award for the “Most Innovative Food & Lifestyle Blog – North America”. Her upcoming books include: “Heal Your Past Lives”, and “Buddha Speaks: Channeled Passages from the Master”. She and her Lama D, are on the faculty at the NewEarth University. They live in Bali.

Sri Jana’s journey has been circuitous and surprising.

Sri Jana grew up in a non-traditional family of scientists, world travelers, artists, and teachers. She received her BS in Opera and Russian, and MBA from Indiana University.

She began her inner journey with Swami Rudrananda, known as Rudi. She lived in his Rudrananda ashram for 30 years, where the daily discipline included morning and evening meditation, breathing, Ayurvedic studies, and service. Rudi was a brilliant renegade “heavyweight” master, the first American-born Swami. He studied with Tibetan Lamas, Gurdjieff, and Mahasiddhi Baghavan Nityananda, after whose death, he received sanyas from Swami Muktananda. Rudi integrated many traditions into a practical, creative Kundalini practice for modern enlightenment. Sri Jana continued her Buddhist studies with Lama Tshering Wangdu Rinpoche, lineage holder of the Longchen Nyingthig, Shije, and Chöd traditions.

Her life path includes a deep commitment to move beyond limited concepts, to allow healing shifts to take place gently and permanently without invasive methods. She teaches how to listen to each moment in our day, how to observe without judgment or opinion.

A life-long practitioner of Buddhism for over 50 years, Srijana is also a trained chef. She has her MBA and worked for 10 years as CFO and partner of the original Rudi’s Bakery. An artist and jewelry designer, Sri Jana created Marco Polo Designs, an international Venetian glass jewelry business. The discovery of her opera voice took her to Italy, where she sang prima donna roles. Click to hear Srijana sing opera.

Personal illness led Srijana to a deep interest in physical health and its intimate relationship to mental and spiritual balance. Her journey to self-healing from cancer, multiple food allergies, chronic fatigue, total adrenal failure, digestive collapse, multiple food-chemical sensitivities, frozen shoulders, and shingles, gives her a unique perspective of a natural healing path.

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