Aspirations for This Website

Heartfelt thanks to the generous donors who make it possible for us to offer the Nalandabodhi teachings through this website and our centers’ websites. Your donations are deeply appreciated.

Nalandabodhi International Site

YAO MEIRU

Nalandabodhi Centers’ Sites

Students throughout the mandala came together in 2012 to support the development of new websites for their regional centers.

Boulder, CO
Boulder Sangha
Aspiration: “With love and appreciation for our teachers and the entire sangha of practitioners worldwide, we make an aspiration for peace and abundance for all beings.”

New York
Anonymous

Philadelphia
Philadelphia Sangha
Aspiration: “With great gratitude and love for our teacher Ponlop Rinpoche, the Mitras, teachers and sangha members everywhere, we make an aspiration for the harmonious, vibrant and thriving development of our sangha in Philadelphia.”

Connecticut
Anonymous

At Large
Kathleen Epstein
Aspiration: “To bring so many more beings in connection with Rinpoche’s teachings for the benefit of all beings, may Nalandabodhi thrive!”

Vancouver, BC
Nalandabodhi Vancouver
Aspiration: “Thanks for visiting the Nalandabodhi website. May it be part of your journey to unravel  the web of confusion and rest in a space of uncontrived wisdom.”

Halifax
Michael Munro
Aspiration: “The dharma is so precious and it is a pleasure to sponsor the site that represents Nalandabodhi Halifax.”

Toronto
a dpr student

The Netherlands
Nalandabodhi Nederland

Asia
Anonymous
Aspiration: “May our galaxy of websites bring more delight and benefits to students and viewers! May auspiciousness prevail in the universe of science and technology!”

One of the greatest contributions we can make to our world is to learn how to live in harmony with each other.

–Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche

 

A dharma center is not necessarily a place just for contemplative activities any longer. It can be a full-fledged community for learning of all kinds, with social activities for young and old and families with children. This is a departure from traditional dharma organizations, but this transition is critically important for Buddhism to be viable in America.

–Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche