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Spiritual Traditional Centers of Spanish Buddhism

According to Buddhist belief, many spiritually evolved beings appear regularly in the world. These highly realized beings take rebirth selflessly with the definite objective of serving humanity through compassion and generous deeds. In Tibetan culture, these extraordinary beings are known as Tulkus. A fine illustration of some of their activities is recounted here, in the lives of the teachers presented through the Web page of Trikaya Association, holder of the Spiritual Traditional Centers of Spanish Buddhism (C.E.T.B.E.).
In Tibet, the life stories of eminent lamas are frequently told and read with much enthusiasm. It is as if one was receiving initiation from the exalted masters themselves. They are believed to be excellent stimuli for prompting inner awakening and serve as unfailing inspiration for the development of limitless good qualities.

It is hoped that through the reading of these remarkable deeds, one may experience an inexhaustible wealth of peace and happiness, and find encouragement to transverse the various paths and stages leading rapidly to supreme realization.
Experience as such, was said to be immeasurable, inconceivable and inexpressible, except the experience had through the vigorous practice of Bodhiçitta and guru-devotion, which is transmitted only from ear-to-ear, and heart-to-heart!

Trikaya Buddhist Religious Association


The association Trikaya, inscribed in the National Register of Associations at the Ministry of Home Affairs of Spain, has arose as a self depending circumstance of this time, with a background on Mahamudra and the Six Yogas of Naropa practices, trace to the Kagyu Lineage. It includes all living traditions without any exception. It would be wrong to categorize Trikaya as a Buddhist entity and not to consider it by its universal teachings. As it is often reminded by our great Vajrayana masters of the past and the present, Buddhism goes itself beyond the Buddhist concept. However, without being specifically considered as a Rime movement, Trikaya still holds the same principles and expands them according to the conditions of these times.

Considering the well known globalization of this period, in which everything is so fast and accessible, Trikaya doesn’t bring anything new towards the cosmopolitan cultures found all over the world. Helping to assimilate in a lively manner what has been always taught by the ancient traditions, it encourages to the practitioners to acquire a better knowledge of themselves in order, not only of evolving in their own surroundings and make the surroundings themselves part of each one, but also to make life much more meaningful for the rest of the sentient beings.

As many teachers have taught, the motivation for the individual development also embraces the benefit of all sentient beings. With it, the first seed of Bodhiçitta is planted for a better harmonization between oneself, the others and the environment, facilitating the merging with all the practices accomplished all over the world.

Therefore, deepening in the principles and practices of the Mahamudra and Dzochen teachings, Trikaya has as essential objective to collaborate to the individual development, directed towards the progress of all sentient beings.

Trikaya was founded by Saya Kunsal Kasssapa, in request to the petition for bringing to light his teachings asked to him by many different eminent masters, and in particular by the XVII Karmapa.

Suffering means unnecessarily going in circle, looking for something which can never be found. So, instead of looking for something which can never be found, then one should finally come to one's sense by knowing what you are looking is not anywhere, it is inside you. It is you who you are looking for. You are not looking for anything anywhere. It is the essence of you, the potential of you that is what you are looking for

Tai Situpa Rinpoch


O Sensei

Third experience after the third war-world by Morihei Ueshiba at the year 1927

Great Spirti of Peace

The warrior Path had been misunderstood. It doesn´t consist on killing and destroying others. Those that look to compete and to exceede others, their are commiting a terrible mistake. To crush, to hurt or to destroy is the last thing that a human being can do. The real Warrior Path is to prevent this destruction, it is the Art of Peace, the power of love

Saya Kunsal Kassapa (1968- )            Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969)