Meditation in Madrid
Your Buddhist center in Madrid
Meditation classes, courses, retreats and much more

The Kadampa Vajrayana Meditation Center is part of the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT – IKBU), an international spiritual community also dedicated to achieving world peace by following the Kadampa Buddhist path. Therefore, come and meet us and discover meditation in Madrid.

In our meditation center in Madrid we offer classes to learn to meditate, courses, retreats and programs to deepen. In this way we can develop our innate potentials of wisdom and compassion.

Kadampa Buddhism is a tradition that for centuries has imparted the teachings of the Buddha. In addition, we also teach the art of meditation to people from all over the world in several languages. Therefore, the NTK is an international tradition with a presence in many countries around the world.

On our website for meditate in madrid you can also find a full program of activities to discover meditation in Madrid. The teachings of the New Kadampa Tradition have also come to us thanks to the renowned Buddhist teacher Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.

Because Buddhism has permanent and universal relevance, it is suitable for all kinds of people. Therefore, people of any culture, race, gender or age can practice it.

In addition, with the meditation training and in other Buddhist practices we learn to improve the quality of our lives by cultivating inner peace, love and also wisdom.

In the urban temple of Malasaña you can enjoy a peaceful, warm and relaxing atmosphere, in the company of a community of ordained and lay practitioners. In addition, we have a library and a shop specializing in meditation and Buddhism items. You also have the possibility to download the book for free How to transform your life.

Finally, comment that in our meditation center in Madrid you can find many activities. Among them you will have the opportunity to do a spiritual retreat in Madrid, enjoy meditation classes, volunteer and you will also have the opportunity to practice modern Buddhism.

comillas“When we make a retreat, we put aside all kinds of activities that distract us and we accentuate a certain spiritual practice.

There are three types of retreats: physical, verbal and mental.

We go into physical retreat when with pure motivation we withdraw into solitude and abandon outward-oriented or meaningless activities; we perform verbal retreat when with a pure motivation we refrain from vain conversations and remain silent for a certain time; and we do a mental retreat when we avoid the strongest mental disturbances and distractions like attachment, hate, jealousy and self-grasping.”

Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche