Please Help Tsechen Namdrol Ling
To Secure Our Permanent Space
Since our center’s establishment in 2014, we have sought a permanent location. Now We Have Found It!
We thank you very much in advance for your generosity.
You will be taken to the PayPal Giving Fund page for Tsechen Namdrol Ling for PayPal, Debit or Credit Card contributions ~
Thank You Sincerely!
The Virtual 37-Heap Mandala
Is a Meritorious Offering
An Innovative & Skillful Method for Donors
The mandala is a symbolic cosmogram representing the entire universe. It is like a map to discover our inner essence, bring pure vision and perspective, to purify and heal our environment. In Tibet, the original 37-Heap Mandala Offering prayer which inspired this idea was composed by Drogon Chogyal Phagpa.
The mandala represents the universe and all contained therein, a pure offering which purifies karma while receiving meritorious blessings. Establishing Tsechen Namdrol Ling’s permanent location carries this blessing for us now and for future generations. Mandalas may represented in 3-D or 2-D forms, and are simultaneously visualized as symbolic inner offerings.
Purity of intent is combined with digital innovation in our Virtual Fundraising Mandala, a highly powerful method for accumulating extensive merit in a short amount of time. Any individual or group can choose a heap. Fill up the heaps to complete the whole mandala offering. Our final goal is $300,000, and our resultant effort shall generate funds for our permanent location for Tsechen Namdrol Ling, its attendant closing expenses, upgrades to the cabin itself and surrounding 1.8 acres. Since 2013, we have raised $40,500 towards this goal. When we reach the First Tier of $120,000, we will offer it to the current owner to make the purchase. Next, an additional $30K for the Second Tier of closing & associated costs. In the Third Tier of the 37-Heap Mandala, we shall improve both the property (additional donations outlined below) to ready it for guests, and honour this sacred realm in the Land of Enchantment. All are invited to share in this bounty of merit. In dedication, may the wishes of our Teachers be fulfilled.
“The world of the Mandala is like the world we inhabit, but it is not the same. The world we live in is the product of common karma of all beings; the world of Mandala is a new world, and a real world, the embodiment of the real merit, wealth and body, past, present and future, of those who make the offerings.” … Ven. Dezhung Rinpoche
37 Heaps of the Mandala Offering Diagram
Each offering heap of the 37-heap mandala diagram fulfills a special wish, and unlocks a meaningful gift to be collectively realized and fulfilled. Pure generosity is the blissful wisdom of emptiness.
Choose your gift “heap” from the diagram below, then click the PayPal button on
the chart below to activate your Mandala Offering donation.
1. Select Your Heap ~ See name of each heap & monetary designation on the chart below.
2. Press the Paypal Button ~ Next to your selected amount on the chart below.
3. That Button Takes You to the Paypal Page ~ Fill out your details; and your donation is confirmed!
4. Tsechen Namdrol Ling is notified via Paypal.
5. We will insert your details on chart below & post your formal recognition for the chosen ‘heap’.
If you prefer to remain ‘Anonymous’ we shall respect & protect your privacy.
6. Thank you so very much for contributing to the virtuous karma of this collective offering!
7. If you prefer to choose another method for your donation (other than PayPal), please write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org regarding further information, ideas or questions. Thank you wholeheartedly…
37-Heap Mandala Reference Chart: Names in English & Sanskrit
Special thanks to Pee Lee, Sakya Nunnery, Terry, Jamyang & April in the design and creation of this mandala diagram & chart.
Thanks to Maria, Bob, Linda & Kate for comments & editing.
Tsechen Namdrol Ling is Incorporated in the State of New Mexico
A Non-Profit Charitable Organization ~ 501C3 Status
May all beings have inconceivable temporal and ultimate happiness.
May the Dharma grow and prosper.