Buddha Maitreya Shambhala Meditation Center
At The Buddha Maitreya Monastery in Lake County, Northern California
Located in beautiful Lake County on 320 acres of pine forest, situated at the top of a mountain, The Buddha Maitreya Shambhala Monastery is truly a sanctuary for the Soul.
The public meditation center is free to visit and open daily from 10am to 6pm by appointment and features a wide variety of Buddha Maitreya's Shambhala Healing Tools to meditate with and experience as well as Soul Therapy® Treatments - one hour private meditations in one of Buddha Maitreya's Meditation Pyramid Systems (for which a $50 offering is kindly requested). Past Dharshan teachings are also available to watch on video.
Alternatively, consider booking a Soul Therapy Retreat - a fully scheduled program of meditations and learning about the Tools. Each retreat is facilitated by a monk or nun from Buddha Maitreya's Sangha, who is available at all times to answer any questions you may have about using the tools and to assist you through the schedule. You can choose between a half day (either am or pm), full day or multiple days to really benefit from spending time taking refuge at the Monastery.
"One evening, I went up to the Dharma Center. The sun had set and there was an afterglow on the horizon. I walked over to the open window and kneeled down. That 8 year-old little girl in me was present, chin in her hands, elbows on the windowsill, staring at the colors out beyond the pines. The air was so quiet and sacred feeling. I peered at the central pyramid and felt I was in a great temple. Such great power was being sent forth, unlike anything else on the planet. I knew how important it was for the earth for this monastery to be here. I was home. Thank you Buddha Maitreya." Laura SLC, Utah - June 2013
All of the tools, as well as the Monastery itself, radiate Buddha Maitreya's Monadic, Soul-filled Light and Blessings for personal and planetary healing. Watch the video below to learn more.
Please contact us toll free on 877-444-SOUL (7685) to learn more about the center and schedule a time to visit.
To show respect for the monastery, Buddha Maitreya and Mandarava Tara kindly request that guests please wear white or light colors when visiting the monastery to help maintain an atmosphere of serenity; and avoid wearing strong scents or perfumes.