In Nepal, dem Geburtsland des Buddha, entsteht unweit der Hauptstadt Kathmandu am Rande des Shivapuri Nationalparks die Akasha Academy. Als Ausbildungsinstitut für nepalesische Waisenkinder, wird die Academy insbesondere jungen Mädchen Schutz bieten und ihnen eine umfassende ganzheitliche, ökologische und medizinische Ausbildung und damit weiterführende Entwicklungschancen ermöglichen. Das Ziel der Academy ist es, in diesem Rahmen eine ursprüngliche buddhistische Überlieferung aus einer alten, fast vergessenen Tradition wieder ins Leben zurück zu holen, diese zu erhalten und an nachfolgende Generationen weiter zu geben.
Dieses ursprüngliche Wissen soll somit die Vergangenheit mit der Gegenwart und Zukunft verbinden, und dadurch einen Beitrag zur nepalesischen Gesellschaftsentwicklung leisten.
Die Academy wird ein Ort für spirituelle Praxis und Retreat, zur Regeneration, zur Heilung und zum Studium sein.
Die Aufgabe des Long Yang e.V. und seiner Partner NGO in Nepal ist es, die Akasha Academy so rasch wie möglich zu realisieren.
Nepali New Year 2071 has been welcomed on April 14 – as always in Nepal with lots of music and many people on the streets. Akasha Academy NGO members, families Continue Reading →
some pictures we’d like to share with you all! and this is the story behind…. In Hinduism, abstract personification of what is manifest is quiet common. So money or wealth Continue Reading →
On November 19, 2013 there will be elections for Nepal’s Constituent Assembly (CA). Equal political rights of women are taken seriously in the upcoming election: 33 percent of all parliament Continue Reading →
Tshethar images are online. Enjoy!
Two months ago over 160 students in Kathmandu planted 108 little trees on the ground of the Akasha Academy – a symbol for a better future. Meanwhile over 80 seedlings Continue Reading →
The heaviest rains in decades have severely affected regions both in the Chinese Sichuan province, in the western and southern districts of Nepal, and in northern India: >> foxnews >> Continue Reading →
Yesterday I witnessed a photo shooting of a very special kind. I sat at the base of the Stupa waiting for Rinpoche. During this time a group of Western women, Continue Reading →
Every year in April, young Tamangs – an ethnic Nepali group- descend on Kathmandu from the mountains. They travel to this major annual gathering from the most remote villages. Unbelievable Continue Reading →
We still needed some furniture for our new office. For the reception room, we decided for furniture made from rattan and bamboo, and thus Dilip and I are driving to Continue Reading →
Boudha Stupa 5pm – Kora Time (Circling the Stupa). Rinpoche makes his daily rounds when suddenly he is approached by a group of white-attired women and men. They prostrate at Continue Reading →
Directly in front of a Buddhist monastery the “Lord Jesus” is being praised. A christian missionary comes here every day at around five o’clock and reads from the bible. As Continue Reading →
This is how you build in Nepal! Everything is done by hand – and spectators are always around. On the building site women are working just like the men for Continue Reading →
Akasha Member Meeting on the roof terrace of the Stupa View Restaurant Hissi, Rinchen and Dilip in a very good mood at our last meeting in the evening sun. Dilip Continue Reading →
The nepalese engineer Jagdish was given the job of taking professional measurements of our property. With the right equipment and together with one of his employees he took two days Continue Reading →
Our new blog is online – get the latest news about the Akasha Academy and our work in Nepal.
Best Wishes for the Nepali New Year 2070 from Boudha Quite unusual for the people in Nepal – who use every chance to celebrate – the New Year’s Eve went Continue Reading →
After an initial meeting with the construction engineer Jagdish in Boudha, we proceeded with him yesterday to our first on-site visit. Our Akasha Academy members Hissi, Rinchen and Dilip accompanied Continue Reading →