Welcome to Emaho Foundation

The Sanskrit word emaho (pronounced ay-mah-ho) is an expression of joy and wonder, and an invocation for auspiciousness.

Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Emaho Foundation is a Tibetan Buddhist center serving the greater Phoenix area. Founded in 2001 by ZaChoeje Rinpoche, Emaho is dedicated to sharing Tibetan culture in the West, supporting humanitarian projects worldwide, and assisting with personal spiritual development.

Medicine Aug 16Monday October 2 7:00-8:00pm MST

Emaho Center is pleased to announce in-person diety meditation with Geshe Namgyal and Geshe Lobsang.  Medicine Buddha meditation will also be held on Zoom. 

Medicine Buddha is an enlightened emanation of the healing Buddha, who applies active wisdom - alleviating the suffering of all sentient beings.  By identifying with the healing and compassionate aspect of Medicine Buddha, we can bring beneficial results that allow us to bring happiness and wellbeing into our lives and the lives of others.

Yoga classTibetan Yoga

Geshe Lobsang Chophel is offering Tibetan Yoga every  Sunday 8:00am

Tibetan yoga is a complete series of physical movements improving strength, increasing mobility and flexibility to both our body and mind balancing the flow of our energy for optimum well-being. 

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rinpocheདུས་གསུམ་སངས་རྒྱས་གུ་རུ་རིན་པོ་ཆེ༔
dü sum sangye guru rinpoche
Embodiment of buddhas of past, present and future, Guru Rinpoche;

 

01C1FF18 2465 4FEC 9A16 7AA2D9C79975The 2022 total of 96,837,036 represents the collection of Om Mani Padme Hum mantra. The people of Tehor Tibet began collecting mantra the first of the year. Monks at Drepung Loseling Monastery and Sera Jay Monastery in southern India joined us in collecting muntra for love and compassion for the sake of all sentient beings 

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new book 2Challenged by disease, we panic. Provoked by enemies, we get angry. Enticed by the allure of what we think we lack, we become lost in distraction and desire. Rather than simply reacting to circumstances, being pushed and pulled by whatever happens in the outer world, we need deep resilience to live a more fulfilling life. This is grounded not just in physical, mental, or emotional strength, but also in inner spiritual strength. In this guide Rinpoche helps us to discover our inner resources and offers advice on practical methods of developing them. His direct and unpretentious words make profound ideas accessible to everyone.  

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year end messageDear friends in Dharma, Tashi Delek! 

 I hope this message finds you all well and safe. I am doing well in India. 

2021 is coming to its end. As we look back over the past two years, these have turned out much differently than we could have imagined. For so many of us, the pandemic forced us to keep our physical distance from family, friends and our spiritual community.  It has been challenging, affecting us in many difficult and often tragic ways.

ZaPangthangTashi Delek

This comes with my sincere prayers that you and your family are staying safe and healthy.  These past 18 months have been difficult and have affected all of us living on this fragile planet.  In these 18 months, some people have lost their lives or have had a family member pass. Every one of us has been impacted to one degree or another. I hope we can see ourselves rounding the corner and finding ourselves headed forward on the road of recovery; physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically and spiritually.

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Available now! Fifteen years of workshops, teachings, and public talks given by ZaChoeje Rinpoche can be downloaded to your smartphone or computer, to listen to at any time.

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Teachings on YouTube

37 Factors of Enlightenment - May 1, 2016

Tonglen - August 31, 2005 

Video Teachings on Emaho Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/emahofb/

Click here to download the translation of the mantra used in Rinpoche's teaching on Vajrasattva (pdf)