Notes from the Road

Video – The meditation Garden – The Beginning

As we previously announced, the work on the Meditation Garden has intensified. We are happy to share the latest news with you. The following video shows the ritual led by Jigme Rinpoche in the presence of Gendun Rinchen and Trinlay Rinpoche before the beginning of the earthworks; the arrival of two other stupas at Dhagpo; the machines now working everyday, and the mantra roll creation workshop.
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Video – The meditation Garden – The Beginning

Karmapa – Meditation Garden

Ce jardin est un symbole. Le lieu idéal pour la méditation n’est rien qu’une idée abstraite. Cela peut être le siège dans un bus ou un train. Cela peut être le ventre d’une mère. Un lit de mort peut-être. Vous ne pouvez pas vraiment déterminer le lieu idéal ...
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Karmapa – Meditation Garden

A Garden Springs from the Earth

The major construction on the Meditation Garden was paused during the Covid-19 confinement period to prioritize finishing the living room area—a space for everyone to relax and exchange. Nevertheless, the team has continued work on the detailed technical plans of...

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Vue aérienne du projet de plantation de végétaux
Two Stupas Arrive at Dhagpo
Two Stupas Arrive at Dhagpo

Two Stupas Arrive at Dhagpo

During this summer’s visit from Trinley Thaye Dorje, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Gerard Guinot—the artisan behind the eight copper stupas—delivered two of them: The Reconciliation Stupa and The Parinirvana Stupa. Here is some information ...
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Trees and Flowers
Trees and Flowers

Trees and Flowers

From April to October 2018; we began landscaping the area around the stupa with trees and flowers. Course participants and local volunteers of all ages made the most of the good weather, taking part in planting and get their hands dirty—all according to the precise indications given by Jigme Rinpoche, who took on the role of head gardener ...
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The Eight Stupas’ Foundations
The Eight Stupas’ Foundations

The Eight Stupas’ Foundations

Volunteers from Dhagpo and others who live close by met up in mid-March to dig and pour the foundations for the eight stupas. They dug four rectangles and then poured concrete into them. In the center of the concrete pad, they left a cube of empty space, which will become ...
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