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Dana (Donation)

Dana is a Buddhist way of reaching out to ask for your support. Selfless giving is one of the Buddhist teachings that leads to greater spiritual wealth.  In many Buddhist countries, one of the practices of monks is to go out with a large wooden bowl asking for food.  When the monks return to the temple, these donations of food are shared with all the monks.


Here your donation helps us to continue providing programs and events that inspire our mind and soul.  By exploring the history of Buddhism and Japanese Culture, to learn about and practice mindfulness, which enables us to have a more meaningful and happy life.


We cannot exist without the contributions of our ABSC friends. So, won’t you please join our family with your donation knowing that you are helping others and most importantly, enriching your life.

Answer to Where this Buddha Stupa 

The Kalachakra Stupa at Karma Berchen Ling retreat is situated in “The Black Mountains” near the small town of Yelini in the Corinthian highlands of Peloponnesus, Greece. It is located at an altitude of 1,270 meters overlooking the Corinthian Gulf and is an international Diamond Way, lay Buddhist retreat center of the Karma Kagyu Lineage. It maintains a protective power field for Europe through its meditation retreats and various courses throughout the year. Photo: Karma Berchen Ling

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