法王噶瑪巴在其北美洲根本道場噶瑪三乘法輪寺(Karma Triyana Dharmachakra)，主持寺內每月例行的噶瑪巴希薈供。大殿中坐滿僧俗二眾，法王法座前的供桌上，擺滿色彩鮮艷的水果、餅乾、糖果、乾果、堅果，以及紅白相間的傳統食子等供品。
噶瑪巴希為第二世噶瑪巴(1206-1283)，而噶瑪巴希薈供的儀軌作者，為伏藏師詠給．明就．多傑(Yongye Mingyur Dorje)的轉世之一。這部儀軌以明達流暢的根、道、果三階段之心性指引而聞名，修持內容廣攝上師、本尊、護法三根本，為噶瑪噶舉傳承的常修儀軌，也是三年三月傳統閉關的必修功課。
By the afternoon, a wide table in front of the Karmapa’s throne had been spread with colorful bowls of fruit, heaps of sweets, a variety of nuts, dried fruit, crackers, biscuits, and the traditional red and white tormas (sculpted offerings). These were set out in preparation for a ganachakra or feast offering, centered on the Second Karmapa, Karma Pakshi (1206-1283). The practice was composed by a previous incarnation of Yongye Mingyur Dorje, a treasure finder (terton) linked to the Karma Kagyu lineage. It is performed every month at Karma Triyana Dharmachakra and also in the traditional three-year retreats.
The practice is famous for its eloquent introduction to the mind’s nature at three levels—ground, path, and fruition—and also for broadly encompassing practices of all three roots–the lama, the yidam, and the protectors.
For this day on the mountain above Woodstock, disciples of the Karmapa filled the main shrine hall from edge to edge. Everyone felt especially fortunate to be in the presence of the Karmapa, fifteen incarnations after Karma Pakshi, as he led the practice from his golden throne.