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!


The booklet Environment Guidelines wrote by His Holiness the XVII Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje and translated into several languages, offers a detailed information about the present environment panorama and the problems to it related, especially those concerning to the Himalaya region. The text also gives measures and suggestions accessible for all, but specifically directed towards the monastic community and the environment experts, to create awareness towards the protection of the Nature.
Among the contents included on its five sections are relevant those related to the destruction of the forests in India and the Tibet region, to the threats concerning the water resources, to the protection of the wildlife, to the necessity of a right waste management and to the severe consequences of the global warming of the Earth and the clime change which this warming brings. In this sense, the XVII Karmapa recognizes the responsibility of some monasteries in the uncontrolled cutting down of trees to be sold as timber, practice that the leader of the Kagyu  Lineage condemn and ask to be stopped.Presentacion-libro-medioambiente
Likewise, the text emphasize the necessity to adopt measures for the protection of the Himalayan glaciers and rivers, which constitute the source of water for millions of inhabitants that reside in Asia, basically in Pakistan, China, India, Nepal or Myanmar. Together with it, another object of concern for His Holiness is referred to the protection of the indigenous fauna, threatened by the furtive hunting for the leather selling, practice also reported by the Dalai Lama.
Trikaya facilitates to those who ask for it a copy in pdf of the booklet in English “Environment Guidelines”, of His Holiness the XVII Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje. For that, you can contact with This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it specifying the petition booklet Environment Guidelines. Also, the ones interested can found this booklet on the Web page:, in which also can be seen the projects about environment promoted by His Holiness the XVII Karmapa in the Himalaya region.