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Lions Roar : May 2017
Ireland’s first Buddhist temple is being built at the Dzogchen Beara centre, on the remote cliffs of the Beara peninsula in County Cork. According to Tibetan geomancy this location, on the wild Atlantic coast at the very edge of Europe is a ‘power place’, that gives it a global significance. Orgyen Tobgyal Rinpoche, a uniquely qualified master from Tibet, says this temple can heal a deep energetic imbalance, a legacy of Ireland’s traumatic history of 800 years of conflict and the Great Famine in which one million people star ved to death and another million emigrated. Orgyen Tobgyal says the temple should be completed as soon as possible: “If you build this temple here at Dzogchen Beara this will be the cause for the teachings to remain for long and will have enormous benefit for the world at large; protecting against famine, against war and epidemics and so on.” Dzogchen Beara welcomes teachers of all traditions, in a spirit of openness and exchange. Some of the most eminent Buddhist teachers of our times have blessed the centre and now visit regularly. It is said that its spacious views of ocean and sky inspire meditation without effort. A dynamic programme of public retreats and seminars will be offered in the temple, extending an open-hearted welcome to people of all spiritual traditions and none. Dzogchen Beara is like a conch shell made of crystal. It will sing out the sound of the teachings to beings of all the ten directions. HIS HOLINESS SAKYA TRIZIN Dzogchen Beara is one of my favourite places in the world. Lots of love to the temple project! SHARON SALZBERG A Beacon of Wisdom and Compassion for the new Millenium SUPPORT IRELAND’S FIRST BUDDHIST TEMPLE The building of the temple at Dzogchen Beara will cost €1.9 million. To keep on schedule, we need to raise €500,000 by June 2017. Please give as generously as you can to this project that will benefit many future generations, bringing peace, healing and wisdom on the deepest level. Tax efficient giving is available for US, UK, Irish, Dutch and German citizens. Please contact