Oriane Lavole

Oriane Lavole is a PhD candidate in Buddhist Studies (Religious Studies Department) at Stanford University. Her research centers on the role of sacred sites in the tradition of the New Treasures of Chokgyur Lingpa. In parallel, Oriane continues to work as a translator and interpreter of Buddhist texts and teachings from Tibetan to English. She has been interpreting for Phakchok Rinpoche and other Chokling Tersar lineage masters and scholars and has been a part of Samye Translations and Publications (formerly Lhasey Lotsawa) since 2015. Oriane also occasionally produces translations for 84,000 and Khyentse Vision.

Events with Oriane Lavole

Samye Summer Immersion
July 10 - 31, 2024

We invite you to join a three-week immersive program in Tibetan Buddhist thought and practice, geared toward college-level students while welcoming learners of all ages. This unique experience combines intensive study with practical application—a precious opportunity to not only explore the vast world of Buddhist wisdom, but to learn to integrate it into our lived experience amidst the rolling hills of Cooperstown, in all its summer glory. Led by a team of academically trained instructors and traditionally-trained monastics, the Samye Summer Intensive delves into the rich tapestry of Tibetan Buddhism, offering a sensitive exploration of its cultural nuances and philosophical…