Menla Mountain

is creating Wellness
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Preview of Patreon Video for February 2015:

Valentine's Day R & R Retreat with Robert & Nena Thurman:
Buddhist Perspective on Love & Relationships (Length 1:00.25)
An one hour informal dialog with Robert & Nena Thurman on the Buddhist perspectives on love, relationships & the value of shared spiritual aspirations video taped at Menla Mountain Retreat Center in Phoenicia, New York on Valentine's Day Weekend 2015.

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Access to Patreon Only Video & Audio Content Monthly.& One Year Basic Membership to Tibet House US which includes:

Invitations to private Members-only viewing of exhibitions
Subscription to the Tibet House Drum Newsletter
Lending library privileges at the NYC Center
10% discount at NYC Center and Menla Gift Shops
10% discount on program tuition at the NYC Center and Menla Center
Discounts at NYC Tibetan Restaurants and Stores
15% off individual services at Shangrila Day Spa, NYC
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Access to Patreon Only Video & Audio Content Monthly.&
One Year Family Membership to Tibet House US which includes:
All benefits of Individual level are extended to a second adult and children under 18
Invitations to private Members-only viewing of exhibitions
Subscription to the Tibet House Drum Newsletter
Lending library privileges at the NYC Center
10% discount at NYC Center and Menla Gift Shops
10% discount on program tuition at the NYC Center and Menla Center
Discounts at NYC Tibetan Restaurants and Stores
15% off individual services at Shangrila Day Spa, NYC

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About Menla Mountain

For a thousand years, Tibet was called the "Land of Medicine" by its neighbors. It is in this spirit that we named our center Menla, which is Tibetan for "Medicine Buddha". Menla's mission is to offer a world-class spa and integrated healing system, combining the best of Western integrative medicine with elements of Tibetan medicine, Ayurveda, and other holistic traditions.

A non-profit called the Aesclepius Foundation purchased the land and started to renovate and upgrade the buildings with the intent of creating a healing center, modeled after an ancient Greek healing tradition. People with illnesses would travel to the Isle of Delos in the Mediterranean, hoping to have a dream of Aesclepius, the Greek god of Healing. In that dream, he would appear to them and reveal both the root causes of their illness and the cure. Phase One (of three) of the renovations was complete when the patrons of the Foundation very generously decided to donate the property to Tibet House, US in 2002 with the understanding that it would continue to be a healing center.

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