Our first event in the new rooms at Steckgasse 6, Regensburg, was a very nice and familiar introduction to the prayer puja of white Tara and above all was only possible thanks to the one-week visit from Lama Tashi – Thank you, Lama Tashi

Mahamaya e.V. is very pleased to have found space in Regensburg for future events. We have a very large, charming room with a small kitchen and toilet, including an outdoor terrace, in the middle of Regensburg’s old town.


From 28.3. until April 5th the mandala & the practice of Green Tara as well as the healing mask dances from Tibetan Buddhism were broadcast live from the Vietnamese temple in Saarland. The monks meditated and prayed every day for a global healing to overcome the coronavirus. With a lot of effort they scattered the sand mandala of Green Tara and recited the corresponding sacred mantras and prayers. In difficult times these are considered to be a great help and blessing for overcoming suffering and healing of all beings. So that the prayers reach as many people as possible in the world, they were broadcast live for 5 hours a day.

At an event organized by the Free Voters, there was a meeting with Environment Minister Thorsten Glauber and the Mahamahas (Susanne Mic, Katrin Ehmann, Silvia Gross and Manfred Hetznegger). We introduced ourselves and our project “GoGreen GoOrganic”, which aroused great interest.

It is done – our association was founded and we also organized two big events in Regensburg: a European tour in the Thon-Dittmer-Palais and the scattering of a sand mandal in the Degginger house with dissolution on the Danube.

Both events could not be held due to the corona crisis and therefore no funds could be collected. Together with the Himalaya Haus e.V., the campaign “Donations instead of a tour” with the LIVESTREAM offers was then launched.


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3-day instruction with Khenpo Choskyab

The practice of seven-point mind training (Tib. Lojong), combined with the meditation of sending and receiving (Tonglen), is a simple but effective method of “making friends with us and others” (Pema Chödrön).


Susanne Mic and Lama Konchok Gyaltsen were representatives for North India and ambassadors for nature children at the conference in Zurich.


Susanne Mic and Khenpo Choskyab visited the Free Voters office (with Sylvia Gross)

Susanne Mic and Monika Merl visited the Nepal Himalaya Pavilion in Wiesent together with Khenpo Choskyab. Khenpo Choskyab inaugurated the new Nepal temple there, accompanied by the TVA team. The following article was created:

At this event in the Allumneum, Khenpo Choskyab introduces the practice of Chenrezig.


During her stay in Ladakh, North India, in August 2017, Susanne Mic was also a participant in the environmental conference of “GoGreen GoOrganic” with His Holiness, as well as with the then Bavarian Environment Minister Ulrike Scharf.


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