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The Long Yang e.V. has been conducting many environmental and social projects in Nepal and Germany for more than 20 years. The association is connected with Nepal by a long lasting, intensive friendship. Founded in 1997 by Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche as a non-profit organization in Munich, Germany, it aims to preserve the timeless deep knowledge of an original Buddhist practice path from the Himalayas for the future. The Long Yang e.V. organizes public events in Germany such as (Buddhist) pujas and rituals, seminars and Akasha Training workshops as well as cultural and charity events.
With the establishment Akasha Academy, a holistic training institute in Nepal, two aspects are being combined: Firstly, our goal is to take over social responsibility by using our means and skills where they are urgently needed. Secondly, our aim is to improve the education and training possibilities for underprivileged groups of the Nepalese society, primarily girls and women. We wish to give them the space and the means for personal growth and to develop their abilities. We also want to support the transformation of Nepal to become a real democracy, where women are increasingly respected and can have a chance to play an active and equal role in society.
Furthermore, Akasha Academy will provide the space and framework for the knowledge of an original Buddhist tradition from the 8th century, which Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche has been collecting for over 40 years. In the Akasha Academy this knowledge will be kept and cultivated under the motto "Preserving Ancient Wisdom" and passed on to future generations. To realize this vision, we work hand in hand with our Nepalese partner organization Akasha Academy NGO.
The core of our action is based on respect for nature and the feminine while embracing altruism over egoism. Our wish is to connect cultures and overcome prejudices between people, and to work together to establish positive change beyond separatism and castes.
Wir finanzieren mit der Spende die Unterstützung der nepalesischen Bevölkerung während der Covid-19 Pandemie. Vielen Dank für Ihre Unterstützung.