Tulku Choekyi Nangpa's aim is to help people to create happiness in their being through the Buddhist teachings which consequently allows for world peace to establish itself.
Rinpoche has the profound wish to establish a small Kalachakra Jonang monastery in Bodhgaya, India. This monastery would focus on the intense study and practice of the Kalachakra teachings, which the Jonang tradition in specialised in. The practice of the sixfold vajrayoga was preserved only within the Drolineage of the Jonang tradtion.
H.H. the Dalai Lama has been urging Tulku Choekyi to create such a monastery which specialises exclusively in the Kalachakra tradition. More information can be found on Rinpoche's Facebook page: Organization of the Jonang Kalachakra Fund.
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Rinpoche first visited Belgium in June 2014 as he was invited to conduct the accompanying ceremony, prayers and blessings to the “Relics of Buddhist Masters” exposition of the Maitreya Loving Kindness Tour in Ghent, Belgium.
Tulku Choekyi Nangpa kindly accepted the invitation to come and teach regularly in Belgium, which led to the creation of the Jonang Kalachakra Centre Belgium in June 2014. Our aim is the same as his personal aim, that is to help people to create happiness in their being through Buddhist teachings allowing thus for world peace to establish itself.