Monasterio Budista del Garraf Sakya Tashi Ling, Olivella

(2.9/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Years ago that came to the monastery, recently I went and it was a huge disappointment. That happened you? I remember that a few years ago everything was much better, had the restaurant which was great, the building was well taken care... It seems that in a few years have changed a lot things, there used to be a charming monk who was in the bar-restaurant and many others that are not. Also had a few goats that already not are. Finally, this site has changed a lot, I don't know that it happened with the other monks but my gives me this look bad, it seems that everything now do them it for money
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  • I will start with is as building is interesting, too bad not having seen the two upper floors, which let you glimpse the rest over to my mind rude: here it but is not at your fingertips. The conservation status of... There is no maintenance say. We are going to the mess. Had never heard a speaker who spoke with so much passivity, that will be both branches, which do not attempt to "feedback" with his listeners and that seems to mean that it was time and quickly out. Ask if you can but do not question, only praise and not a critical thinking must seem to him appropriate. The speech is from pamphlet. Several kingdoms, karma, suffering, more karma, the leader of the gambling den, workshops and courses, Buddha and "a pig which she gets her San Martin". Half an hour of cheap Buddhism I summarize in 23 words. As a personal note, they are Buddhists, for what they're interested in. There is no vow of poverty (which are funded as they want, the input I consider it expensive, it is legitimate, but with a taxation reduced by religious group, do a little less of boast would be nice), or humility (the photos of the leader with personalities to extol his ego made me boil blood). I went with an open mind, receptive and eager for knowledge and I left wanting to not have gone.
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  • Actually has been a magical place and explained by a wonderful guide, which we has sumetgido in Buddhist thinking in addition to offering us all kinds of details within the Palau Novella...
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  • The monastery is NOT part of the visit. It is OFF limits. Instead you pay to take a tour into an old time bourgeoise house which has some Buddhist paraphernalia inside. Don't expect to learn much from the guides about the Buddhism (they do their best, but at most is barely just for the curious and completely new to it). I felt it is wrongly advertised as a Buddhist temple/monastery visit. Maybe some of the other, more in depth and costly, activities are actually related to Buddhism per se. There isn't much to do around the place although they seem to have good food (didn't try). The views around and the trip to the mountains is very pretty! It was the only part worth praising.
  • Nice place, but they want their own calm, nkt to be tourists center.
  • Not worth visiting.
  • GOOD AFTERNOON: Today I returned to visit the Buddhist Garraf to ensernarselo monastery three mas(dos de Navarra y una de Catalunya) and has been a guided tour at 12 o'clock, which lasted half an hour more of provisions as a result of the "Guide" that has given us a Supreme Buddhism existing information from more than 2600 years and their thoughts or doctrines (llamesele as best suits) , but the construction of the building of the Plana Novella has had much to desire, and inform us very superficially on Indian founders, and their transition, ignoring fundamental things such as the use of the same by King Alfoso for their dalliances in the hunt. However we are well satisfied of the Buddhist doctrine, less evil that the next group has intervened and has cut the explanation, to follow them showing the building, but we would be still holding the Lady and that education does not have left it alone. Also have noted that explanatory intercoms as the attention of a tasting of tea in the chapel has excelled by his absence, similar to the dining room for visitors (who paid it) understand that everything costs money and the maintenance of the building even more, but the charge of this congregation, wondered the because the decline of vocations, and the decreasing of volunteers to maintain the building which is due?. A greeting and to improve Jacinto Corominas.
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  • A good example of a linked to the 'indianos' architecture characterized by its eclectic... Visit short... Do not too interesting except that you like the religious themes...
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