Padmasambhava Project for Peace


Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche) is perhaps the most universally cherished saint in all of Tibetan Buddhism.  An accomplished Buddha, Padmasambhava came to Tibet from India in the 8th Century and helped establish a pure lineage which is still practiced today around the world by all four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism.  Prayers to Padmasambhava remove obstacles on the path, prevent harm, create peace in the world, and help us accomplish all we wish on the spiritual path.

“Building Guru Rinpoche statues will bring immeasurable benefit, peace, happiness, and freedom to the world.  They will have immeasurable impact.”  –Lama Zopa Rinpoche

Lama Zopa Rinpoche says: “Due to Padmasambhava’s great compassion, Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism flourished in Tibet and now has spread throughout the entire world.  Because of that, so many people have experienced the path to enlightenment and achieved enlightenment.  Due to his great compassion, the lives of infinite number of sentient beings have become meaningful.”

To help create peace and happiness for all beings, Lama Zopa Rinpoche is building 100,000 large statues of Padmasambhava all around the world. Building statues of Padmasambhava is a long tradition in Tibetan Buddhism.

Padmasambhava himself said:

Listen, beautiful one having the form of a goddess,
For those sentient beings who have not met me,
Statues of me in the future
Will become the light eliminating the darkness
of ignorance.

Whoever builds such statues of me,
Which become objects of offering and so forth,
All their future lives will become meaningful
And they will establish the banner of the teachings.

Until now, the funds needed to build these statues have been provided by private sponsors.  Now, we invite you to join Lama Zopa Rinpoche in building these exquisite beacons of peace and freedom in the world.  As Rinpoche says, “Anyone who contributes will create unbelievable merit!”

Click here to become a sponsor:  Padmasambhava Project for Peace

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