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RINPOCHE’S VISION

Ligmincha Austria is a non-profit association with a board and members. Currently the board is composed of three people and the organisation has 35 members. Ligmincha Austria is member of the Austrian Buddhist Union.

Allow us to introduce our project of finding a home

The six minutes trailer offers a brief Impression of our teacher Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the European Sangha and our project itself.

RINPOCHE’S VISION

Ligmincha Austria is a non-profit association with a board and members. Currently the board is composed of three people and the organisation has 35 members. Ligmincha Austria is member of the Austrian Buddhist Union.

THE VISION OF FINDING A HOME

Where do we come from?
Our beloved teacher Tenzin Rinpoche is renowned for his depth of wisdom; his clear, engaging teaching style; and his ability to make the ancient Tibetan teachings highly accessible and relevant to the lives of Westerners.For more than 20 years Tenzin Rinpoche keeps visiting his international Sangha at different locations.
What Rinpoche thinks about it
All these different locations need a center, where the teachings can happen, and we also have the opportunity to invite other Bön lamas as well as lamas of other traditions to stay, connect and teach. The center is decided to be located in Germany, with easy access for everybody from other countries.
What the Founders' Circle thinks about it
We feel that with this project of finding our place, we could support the further development of the European Sangha and our beloved teacher’s vision to preserve the Bön tradition and its wisdom in the world, as the indigenous source of Tibetan culture.

Your Benefits

It would be wonderful to have an own settlement including a gompa, a stupa, a guest house and even tiny solitary houses. A place where two resident lamas could live and support the European Sangha also in their de-central locations.

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You can come to this place for the Summer Retreat and stay on-site
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You can use this place with your local Sangha group or to meet other groups during the year
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You can come on your own, to help on work retreats and benefit while visiting the teachings
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You can stay at the place for also solitary retreats
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You can deepen your practice and just be with the lamas
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