TUSHITA means ‘The Place of Joy’, the pure land of the coming Buddha Maitreya, which is a branch of the Kopan Monastery Kopan Hill in Kathmandu, Nepal where retreats are held for months! Tushita has a lot to offer, specially with the increased interest in Buddhist Philosophy and Meditation among Westerners and Indians alike. Courses are given on a regular... 更多
This center is absolutely wonderful. Lama Zopa and the FTMP have created an amazing retreat and practice space. The library is great as well as practice spaces. The location cannot be beat and the grounds are serene as can be. But I may be biased because this is my practice lineage and I love them so much!
I attended "Introduction to Buddhism" curse in july 2016. The place itself is quite nice, food is tasty and healthy, monkeys, that live around centre are charming. Teachings are very basic and in my case, contradictory. Teacher should not talk about physics and modern science - only to make an impression on audience - if, which was the case, he... 更多
I didn't have the chance to attend to the introduction to the buddhism courses offered (unfortunately) but I spent a lot of time in the beautiful library of tushita and in the peaceful surroundings of the center. They have drop-in meditation classes everyday except Sunday. Also movie days and some other activities that you can find in their website or... 更多
I attended meditation here 3 days in a row and one of their afternoon lectures by a monk on holy places in India. The meditations were wonderful, given by current students. The complex itself is clean and beautiful, though they ask that you respect the silence. It's easy to get to from a lot of nearby guesthouses by foot or... 更多
Planned to attend this course for many months and was very excited to be able to come half way around the world to attend. I registered the day the first six months of the year was open for course intake all went very smooth. This for me was the 3rd stop on a multiple stop tour around the world. Unbeknownst... 更多
Visited this place for drop in guided meditation for a couple of days and was super impressed. This place is so silent and ideal for anybody to meditate. Not many Indians visit this place but its a must visit place if you are in Mcleodganj.
The place is very peaceful, quiet silent retreat in the woods. There is every day a 1h free walk-in session at 9h30 (except for Sundays) It was the first time for us to do a meditation session, and we loved it!
Have done 2 courses with one beginner's to Buddhism and another on advanced level. The peace and tranquility immediately draws peace on someone and forces to ask questions that we have always avoided. I would recommend doing everyone an advanced course with Geshe La or Geshe Ma and see the changes in you. The Gompa is breathtaking and feels like... 更多