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Sacred Mountains Around the World

Nov 19, 2017
Sacred Mountains Around the World

Towering imposingly and majestically in the sky, mountains are believed to possess supernatural properties because they are closer to heaven than any other earthly feature. Interestingly, many mountains are linked to spirituality and enlightened beings, such as the Buddha and Jesus. From the earliest times, many peoples from the Greeks and Native Americans to...

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3 Amazingly Attractive Villages in Japan

Jan 20, 2016
3 Amazingly Attractive Villages in Japan

Japan has always been one of the countries that I find to be incredibly beautiful. I love their courteous and unique culture and tradition, and their lifestyle which is hugely influenced by Zen Buddhism, something that I am very fond of. It is one of my favorite countries in the world. This article features...

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16 Unique Places in Japan

Jan 20, 2016
16 Unique Places in Japan

These are some of the most unique and absolutely mesmerizing places in Japan. They are not your usual go-to places for tourists and, the fact that they are not frequented by throngs of people allows them to retain and sustain their natural beauty. Of the 16 places on this list, I found the Buddhist...

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Kids at KWPC land!

Mar 26, 2012
Kids at KWPC land!

Dear Rinpoche, We brought a group of kids to KWPC land today.
 They are 18 kids and 12 adults. Most of them are first time and they were very happy.

 We gathered at Kechara Care and move on at 2pm.
When we reached there we liberated 130 birds. 
100 sponsored by Angel and another 30...

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Picnic & puja in the mountains

Mar 12, 2012
Picnic & puja in the mountains

Dear friends,   I went up to the mountains with 19 of my students to enjoy a picnic, dharma talk and puja in the mountains today March 11, 2012. We went to an area that is around 1.2 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.. I live in Kuala Lumpur. Some of my students started preparing...

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Look where I went!!!!

Feb 13, 2012
Look where I went!!!!

Dear friends, Last week I went with a small group to visit some mountains and a waterfall around 1.5 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. I love outdoors and nature. And I love the company of Kecharians. They are a bright, beautiful and very forgiving group of people. After the waterfalls, we went for a nice...

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Sacred Mountain of Manjushri

Nov 26, 2011
Sacred Mountain of Manjushri

Seen as one of the most holy places of Chinese Buddhism, Wu Tai Shan is a sacred Buddhist mountain located in North-East China in Shanxi Province. One of the first times I heard of this mountain is from His Holiness Gaden Tripa Jampal Zhenpan in the USA before he conferred upon us the Manjushri empowerment. I had the fortune to visit this holy place over ten years back. Did alot of prayers there also. Also known as Mount Wu Tai to many foreigners, the Chinese words translate to “Five (Wu 五) Plateau (Tai 台) Mountain (Shan 山)”. The mountain has f...

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Wyoming House

Nov 14, 2011
Wyoming House

Crescent H Ranch Jackson  Wyoming  United States Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates, LLC   About this Property Tract 16 and Tract 10, in the heart of Crescent H Ranch, are offered together. Tract 16 includes the historic lodge, Liars Den, two cabins (total 7,028 square feet). Tract 10 is pristine conservation property. View Expanded...

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How I yearn for thee

Oct 17, 2011
How I yearn for thee

October 17, 2011 I woke up from a very vivid dream today. I was in South India on a road on the way to Sera Monastery. I came across vast tracts of land very green with beautiful lively mountains in the background. Behind the mountains was a large clean river. The mountains were not...

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