The Tibetan Cultural Institute of Arkansas is pleased to announce the construction of a meditation center and retreat area near Crosses, Arkansas.  The land for this project was donated by long-time sangha and TCIA member, Georgia Lance, while the funding for the project is being offered by a donor who wishes to remain anonymous.

It is difficult to express adequately our gratitude for the generosity exemplified by these two wonderful individuals. Suffice it to say that many people will benefit from their compassion and benevolence, and it is our sincere hope that this center will further develop the teachings of nonviolence, compassion, and the Dharma that are so important to establishing peace in our world and that have brought us, under Geshe Dorjee’s tutelage, to this critical point.

Interior of the meditation hall, unfinished but useable. (Photo by Jasmine Merced)
The ground work begins for the stupa, Nov. 2013
The ground work begins for the stupa, Nov. 2013
Geshe begins the ground work for the stupa, Nov. 2013.
Geshe la begins the ground work for the stupa, Nov. 2013.

 

As seen on the sidebar to the right, the Land of Infinite Bliss is growing and needs more support so that we can provide a long term retreat center for the community. Please click the ‘GoFundMe’ icon to be taken to the donation page. Any help or support would be greatly appreciated.