Buddhist Study and Meditation Center Ludwigshorst


Dear Dharma Friends,

His Holiness Gyalwang Karmapa has visited Europe for the first time. Now he is back in India.

On Thursday, June 6, 2014 in the morning between 8:00 - 8:15, the Executive Board of Karma Tengyal Ling had an audience with the head of the Karma Kagyu school. The Executive Board presented the status of planning of the monastery and temple complex (Correct name in the contract with the local government: "Buddhist Study and Meditation Center Ludwigshorst") in Stechlin - Menz.

http://www.karma-tengyal-ling.de/en/html/0301_building_project_overview.html

The nearly 40 000 square meter area, which is affiliated to the development plan of the municipality was presented to Karmapa as a potential for his activity in the West. 

After the plans, pictures and animations had been presented, His Holiness asked whether he could keep the big photos of the architecture designs. He said in a few words: "Now WE have to see how we get funded this".,

We, the Board, know quite well that this project can not be financed by members of the Buddhist communities. If we now ask ourselves: How can we support this project? Then the correct answer is: In our own heart to have the deep, sincere desire: May this project manifest for the benefit of all beings. Candid sympathetic joy fueled the prosperity of all projects of this kind.






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