Condor Blanco Dharma Center
The Condor Blanco Dharma Center is a place where the teachings from the Tibetan Buddhism Mahayana are shared and practiced with the aspiration of attaining enlightenment as Sangha, community or tribe.
This path of teaching seeks to unite the four main branches of Tibetan Buddhism:
- Nyingma Pa ("old school" or "school of ancient translations")
- Kagyud Pa (known as "oral lineage" and school of "impeccable lineage practice")
- Sakya Pa (primary custody of the Lamdré teaching or "Road of the Fruit" or "Road to Results")
- Gelug Pa (lineage of "Yellow Hat" Master Atisha).
The Condor Blanco Buddhist Center began in 2010 with Suryavan Solar and Sol Devanita. They initiated the Buddhist activities in the Condor Blanco mountain upon receiving the visit of Lama Dorje, coming from Nepal.
The Condor Blanco Organization, a personal growth and development organization founded over 30 years ago by Suryavan and Sol Devanita, created the Bodhisattva School and it now operates internationally in 13 countries around the world.
What is the purpose of the Condor Blanco Dharma Center?
The main goal of the CBDC is to discover the profound potential of human beings through philosophy, science and methods of Tibetan Buddhism. It delivers teachings and tools so that everyone may learn how to give meaning to their lives, and can reach a permanent state of happiness, independent of whether the practitioner is a Buddhist or not.
Simply, the purpose is to develop awareness and inner courage, love and compassion for all sentient beings.
The method seeks to awaken our inner nature of the pure mind and gradually bring all beings, without exception, to perfect enlightenment.
Dalai Lama Quotes:
The essence of religions and Buddhism is the same: the practice of love, which is necessary to emphasize forgiveness and share the suffering of others.
The essence of spiritual practice is your attitude toward others.
If our mind is dominated by anger, we would squander the best part of the human brain: wisdom, the ability to discern and decide what is right or wrong.
Friendship could only take place through the development of mutual respect and in a spirit of sincerity.
Both the believer and the agnostic are human beings. We should have great respect for each other.
Although there are different religions, different cultures and traditions, the important thing is that all agree on its main goal: to be a good person and help others.
The goodness or badness of an action is determined by its fruit or result.