Guided Meditation for all (pacifying and rebalancing) every Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. sessions at Temple: time: 21:00 To participate in the sessions please call one day in advance. To join you must be member of the Association. According the tradition the meditation sessions are free, those who wants to contribute can do it by free donations/offerings.

The Meditation is guided by Ricky A. Swaczy
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Lama Khube Rinpoche

[Lama Khube Rinpoche]

Lama Khube Rinpoche (Tashi Tsering Shakya) was born in Kathmandu (Nepal) from Tibetan parents in 1968. At the age of 12 years he was recognized as the reincarnation of the previous 5th Khube Rinpoche, one of the founders of the Monastery of Khanang (Tibet), a Lama devoted to the care of the disabled people. In the early 80s, after having lost both parents, Khube Rinpoche moved to Bylakuppe in South India to undertake the traditional studies of Buddhist philosophy at Sera Jè Monastic University. After 15 years of intense study and rigorous discipline Rinpoche received his Geshe Lharampa degree. Rinpoche then continued his studies at the College of Tantric Gyume, completing his philosophical knowledge with the rites and rituals of tantric path. Lama Khube Rinpoche teaches to a growing number of students in Italy and is popular for its fresh and direct style, geared to everyday life, in presenting the philosophical and in conveying the profound and vast teachings of the Buddha. Renouncing the monastic life, Rinpoche actively devoted himself to Karuna Home, a unique center for disabled children in South India, founded in 2004 with the blessings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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[Kalacakra Temple]

Northern Shambhala

A Temple for the Peace consecrated by Venerable Khensur Jhado Rinpoche and dedicated to Kalacakra (Wheel of Time), Tibetan Buddhist Tantric meditation system that includes deep meditative practices and discipline with the guidance of qualified Masters. This unique Temple (gompa) includes a series of Thangkas (Tibetan religious paintings), some of which are consecrated by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Are exhibited Kalacakra, Visvamata, Vajravega, Garuda Multicolored and other iconographic representations are exhibited, and have been made expressly to support the practitioner into the path of Kalacakra Tantra. The temple also hosts a statue of Kalacakra/Visvamata, specially made for the study, and Buddha Vajradhara the Tantric Buddha. The thangkas and the Statue of Kalacakra were supervised by Venerable Khensur Jhado Rinpoche with the invaluable help of the Venerable Khube Rinpoche. Inside the Temple is permanently exhibit the Mandala of Kalacakra painted by the Monks of the Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala, India. Northern Shambhala has as its primary purpose the Preservation and Study Kalacakra of Tantra and all activitie related to it.

The temple is precious inspiring place for meditation meetings and teachings on peace.
Venerabile Abate Jhado Rinpoche, Ricky A. Swaczy e Serenella Giorgetti


On 18 September 2003, the Venerable Khensur Jhado Rinpoche Abbot of Namgyal, the private Monastery of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso, consecrate with a puja the site and the Kalacakra Temple as Shambhala. The Temple of Kalacakra and Dharma activities are under the tutelage of Northern Shambhala International Centre for Preservation and Study of Buddhism and Tibetan Tantra Kalacakra.

In the photo the (Abbot) Khensur Jhado Rinpoche and the Centre Founders Ricky A. Swaczy and Serenella Giorgetti

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