The Benchen Monastery Community is under the spiritual guidance of both His Eminence Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche and the late Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche.
It provides information about the Dharma centers in the East and West which are connected to the Rinpoches. And it provides information about various social welfare projects especially targeted at poor and needy people living in the East.
Benchen Monastery, May 3, 2021
These are the dates for the Summer Course 2021 in Benchen Phuntsok Ling. Due to SARS-CoV-2 (corona-virus) it will be again an online seminar since it is not possible to meet personally in Allmuthen, Belgium.
|Teaching||Sat. 24.07.||to||Sat. 31.07.2021|
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A more detailed program will follow.
All sessions will be conducted as Zoom meeting.
Details will be published in the BPL Newsletter.
Benchen Library, May 7, 2020
The Bodhisattva's Garland of Jewel by Atisha [Bodhisattvamaņyāvalī (Sanskrit), and changchub sempé norbü trengwa(Tibetan)] A summer course at Benchen Phunstok Ling, Allmuthen, Belgium by His Eminence Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche in 2013.
In order to watch the video sessions please switch to Benchen Library on youtube
Benchen Monastery office, September 13, 2020
Benchen Monastery, April 9, 2020
As per the wishes of His Eminence Sangyes Nyenpa Rinpoche and his personal tutor Lama Tenam, Khenpo Karma Wosung speaks on coronavirus pandemic on behalf of Benchen Community.
Benchen Office, February 1, 2020
Benchen Monastery is planning a three days Dharmapala Shingkyong special prayer for Wuhan Coronavirus. Also it should pacify inner and outer obstacles to the Dharma activities of HH the Gyalwang Karmapa and HE Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche.
Please click images to enlarge and read original english and tibetan text.
Benchen Buddha Maitreya Project, March 31, 2019
We invite you to kindly support and make donation to “Benchen Buddha Maitreya Project”
By being a part of the “Benchen Buddha Maitreya Project” through funding or contributing to it, in cash or in kind, one continuously generates and accumulates good merits as long as the temple remains for the benefits of all.
The Buddha taught that one of the supreme means of accumulating merit and wisdom through the body, speech, and mind is by building monasteries and teaching centers.
A Monastery is not just
a place that shelters sacred statues, scriptures, and sangha, but also
a place where the sacred teachings of the Buddha are being taught to benefit so many.
A place where actual healing of the mind begins.
It is not a place where only one person comes but thousands will gather.
It is not where only one person teaches but many great teachers will teach.
These are some recent short videos from Benchen primery school. Please click the pictures to watch the videos