10:00 — 12:00

R. dos Agrimensores, 1461

Cotia, São Paulo
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Lama Tsering will address current themes from the Buddhist perspective. The talk is also recommended for those who have never had previous contact with Buddhism. There will be a live streaming via internet – click here at 10am on Sunday.

Spontaneous contribution

08h: Red Tara concise practice

10h: Open teaching

12h: Tonglen practice


Saturdays and Sundays, from 11am to 4pm (except during retreats – please call to confirm)

If you wish to have lunch with us, please reserve in advance by email [email protected].

Group Visits 

For visits in group, write for [email protected]

• Smoking is not permitted anywhere indoors or outdoors within the Temple grounds.
• Use of cellphones is prohibited inside the Temple
• No filming or photography inside the Temple.
• Do not lie down inside the Temple.
• It is traditional to do 3 prostrations upon entering the Temple.
• In the presence of Rinpoches and Lamas, we remain standing while waiting for them to take their seat. We then do 3 prostrations, as a sign of respect.
• Don’t point your feet towards statues, lamas or sacred objects.
• Don’t step over sacred texts, practice objects, nor bench tops.
• Don’t place texts directly on the floor.
• Sacred texts may be borrowed for use only during meditation practice and should not be taken home, nor photocopied without the authorization of the temple.
• Please do not use other people’s practice objects without their prior consent.
• If you find an object that is not yours, please take it to the secretary’s office (located on the mezzanine level above the dining hall). In case of lost property, report to the secretary’s office. (After 90 days, lost property not reclaimed will be donated to the thrift shop whose profits are used for the activities of the Temple.)

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10:00 - 12:00
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Visiting the Temple

The Temple will be closed to visitors from December 23 to January 1.