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Next Activities :

Saturday 26 and Sunday 27
From 10.30 -13 & from 15 -18
Lama Gangchen Rinpoche, Lama Michel Rinpoche & Lama Caroline

Celebration of Vesak with the Exposition of the Holy Relics of Buddha Shakyamuni in collaboration with the Italian Buddhist Union

The rainbow of healing Nectars -the Seven Medicine Buddha

 


Love and Compassion Always in Fashion!

 

Who we are

Albagnano Healing Meditation Centre is located near Bée in the province of Verbania on Lake Maggiore. Overlooking the suggestive panorama of the lake, Albagnano is immersed in pine and chestnut woods at an altitude of 600 metres on the edge of the Val Grande national park.

Tibetan Master and Healer T.Y.S. Lama Gangchen Rinpoche inaugurated the Healing and Meditation Centre in 1999. He has been living in Albagnano since then, bringing together a community of people who share an interest in spirituality and wish to live in harmony with nature, carrying out numerous projects that contribute to revitalising the village and rural culture.

The Centre, of Tibetan Buddhist Mahayana Vajrayana tradition, welcomes everyone who is interested in regenerating and healing the energies of body and mind, and developing their human potential through ancient spiritual and healing methods.

Courses are held on Buddhist philosophy, psychology and meditation, and the meditative techniques of NgalSo Tantric Self Healing.

The Centre welcomes people who wish to undertake spiritual retreats in a pure environment.

We offer individual consultations, ancient Himalayan medical traditions, therapies for physical and mental wellbeing, Reiki, Yoga, Indian and Tibetan astrology, art therapy and other activities to develop personal qualities, increase happiness and inner peace.

The Centre also organises humanitarian aid for Himalayan countries, pilgrimages to the sacred places of Buddhism and inter-religious meetings for world peace.

Albagnano Healing Meditation Centre is administered by the Lama Gangchen World Peace Service (a not-for-profit religious association of Buddhist cult and social utility) under the aegis of the Lama Gangchen World Peace Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation affiliated to the United Nations, with ECOSOC status, member of the local forum of Agenda 21. The LGWPF operates throughout the world, promoting a culture of peace, inter-religious dialogue, a cultural, spiritual and material exchange between East and West, the diffusion of non-violent medicine and protection of the environment. In Italy, it is affiliated to the Foundation for a Peace Culture and cooperates with the ONLUS Association 'Help in Action' for humanitarian aid.