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Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre, Ulverston

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  • Manjushri Buddhist temple is a beautiful peaceful place with lots of Buddhist ambience. Everything is laid out so you can visit the temple or gardens and wander down to the beach for peaceful reflecti...  more »
  • One of the best hidden gems I have ever been to. Called in on a rainy February afternoon and couldn't believe how breathtakingly beautiful it was. The grounds are kept in perfect condition and the tem...  more »
  • What a beautiful peaceful place this is. So welcoming. Little gem among the lake district. Definitely worth a visit. Nothing is thrust In your faces we were completely left alone and questions were we...  more »
  • This is a bit of an alternative ‘place of interest’ and is well worth a visit! What a great day we spent here learning all about the Centre. There are some lovely woodland/garden walks as well as a path down to the beech overlooking Morecombe Bay. The Kadampa Temple is wonderful, take the tour if you can. The World Peace Café is really good and the shop is worth a browse. There’s lots of info about the centre in the main Priory building also.
  • A most blessed, holy, perfect place. Anyone in search of salvation, the meaning of human existence, or who wishes to move spiritually in the right direction owe it to themselves to visit. The light and love of the teacher and teachings there shines over everyone who visits, and the quality of the souls who reside there is apparent. The statue of Buddha Maitreya in the entrance hall is particularly beautiful and impressive, dont miss it, the temple is not the only thing to see. Anyway lots of love and respect from me to this holy place, definitely a 5* and worth a special trip to visit.
  • If your looking for happiness you have come to the right place. Breathtaking environment in which to relax and enjoy and you may even learn a thing or two 😉
  • Amazing! Very peaceful place. Have been there 4 times now. Also the staff are really nice to me
  • I was here for a work visit (one week). One day, I was potentially feverish and somewhat in the midst of being called sick or cheerful. There was an inexplicable feeling of having a family, formerly unfamiliar faces wishing me well and earnestly inquiring about my health after being informed of my countless sneezes and perpetual sniffles--this place won me. I understand there will always be some undesirable elements but the ethos of acceptance and the place overall is simply, beautifully and marvellously lovely.