Dream Valley Enlightenment Stupa has been blessed and empowered by one of the most ancient Tibetan lineages, the resident Dharma teachers of the DRIKUNG KAGYÜ Zalaszántó Peace Stupa, Drupon Konchok Lhundup and Drupon Konchok Jigmet, with full guidance support.

Blessing, consecration (2022)

Painting the root syllables Om Ah Hum on the Tree of Life
It is a great honour that His Holiness Drikungpa Csecang Rinpoche himself has accepted (2022) the spiritual patronage of the Dream Valley Enlightenment Stupa and has personally painted the Om Ah Hum root syllables on the Tree of Life, which symbolizes the sacral spine of the stupa.
His Holiness not only gave his blessing and advice for the construction of the stupa in Piliscsaba, but also promised its final consecration. The stupa built in the area of Álomvölgy, Piliscsaba, is a donation of the teachers of the Atemi Budo Academy and the 12 founders of the Atemi Budo Academy Enlightenment Stupa Association, a spiritual community of practitioners, independent of religion and church.


View of Dreamvalley with the Stupa
The Dream Valley Enlightenment Stupa is a sacred edifice of “enlightenment” among the eight traditional forms in Tibet, built as a symbol of universal human compassion and love. It is not directly linked to any religious organization. It represents the purity of human consciousness free of duality, the path and possibility of spiritual and mental development in sacred geometric, energetic form. As a symbol of universal human values, it represents the possibility of liberation of sentient beings from suffering, the key role of compassion.
Open to all, it can be visited and walked around.


Spiritual background

The Kagyu (bka’ brgyud) lineage is sometimes called the “oral lineage of teachings”. The “Ka” (bka’) syllable of Kagyü refers to instructions, teachings or words (skt. vacana) directly from the Buddha, while “gyü” (brgyud) refers to the unbroken lineage of masters and disciples. The founder of the Kagyü lineage was Tilopa Mahasiddha (988-1069), who lived in northern India. Tilopa is believed to have received a direct transmission from the ancestral Buddha Vajradhara.
In this context, the Kagyu lineage derives from the true essence of reality itself and therefore transcends space and time. From another level of understanding, Tilopa also had human masters from whom he received four special transmissions, the “Four Oral Teachings” (bka’ babs bzhi), and thus became the upholder of the lineage. According to one etymological interpretation, the name “Kagyu” is an abbreviation of the “Four Oral Teachings” (bka’ babs bzhi brgyud pa).