Longquan Great Compassion Monastery is a Chinese Buddhist monastery established in the Netherlands. It is located in the central part of the Netherlands, the beautiful city of Utrecht. There are three statues of Buddha and four statues of Bodhisattvas enshrined in the main hall: Sakyamuni Buddha, Medicine Buddha, Amitabha Buddha, and Guanyin Bodhisattva, Manjusri Bodhisattva, Samantabhadra Bodhisattva, and Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva, which respectively represent Chinese Buddhism's compassion, wisdom, wish, The main spirit of the line.
The monastery is managed by the Chinese bhikkhunis. It takes equal emphasis on learning and practice, promoting the Dharma, serving all beings, promoting peace, and purifying the soul. It has built the temple into a spiritual home for Chinese and Western believers and friendly people.
The construction and development of the monastery are also inseparable from the sincere wishes and active efforts of the overseas Chinese in the Netherlands.
They are full of hope for the wisdom of Buddhism and admiration for the Three Jewels, and are committed to promoting the excellent traditional Chinese culture and promoting the exchanges between Chinese and Dutch cultures.
The Seventh Anniversary Celebration of the Consecration of the Longquan Great Compassion Monastery and the First International Symposium on Buddhism and Mental Health
De zevende verjaardagsviering van de wijding van het Longquan Great Compassion-klooster en het eerste internationale symposium over boeddhisme en geestelijke gezondheid