Who Is Buddha Maitreya?

Sanat Buddha Maitreya Kumara is the Native American-born Reincarnation of Jesus Christ the Avatar, the living incarnated "Future" Buddha Maitreya, born in Oregon in 1951. As the Planetary Logos, He is known as the Yogi Christ & World Teacher, and is known by many names through countless incarnations. In this current age, He is known by many in the East as The Buddha Maitreya or by his honorific Tibetan title, His Holiness Jetsun Gyalwa Jampa Gonpo. If you missed reading the entire introduction about Jesus Christ, the Buddha Maitreya, on the home page, please go back and read it here.

Statue of the Buddha Maitreya
Statue of the Buddha Maitreya

The Buddha Maitreya has been enthroned and given many ceremonies of recognition in every lineage of Tibetan Buddhism as well as other Buddhist lineages such as the Nepali Sakya lineage (representing an unbroken blood line that dates back to his previous incarnation of Sakyamuni Buddha) and other International Buddhist Societies. He is the incarnated Living Buddha Maitreya, the Medicine Buddha and was born in Oregon in 1951. Buddha Maitreya is Native American and married to Mandarava Tara, the incarnation of the female bodhisattva tara, his wife and compliment of many years and lifetimes.

Maitreya comes from the sanskrit word "Maitri" meaning unattached and unconditional loving kindness. Buddha Maitreya is the reincarnation of God on Earth known as the Planetary Logos, who has many previous auspicious lives and incarnations that include Krishna, Gautama Buddha, Jesus The Christ, Babaji and several incarnations (many of which have been recognized) within Tibetan Buddhism including the Tibetan Yogi Saint Milarepa, Padmasambhava, Atisha, Je Tsong Khapa and Lama Dorje Shugden.

Buddha Maitreya the Christ created, designed with sacred geomancy and founded The Buddha Maitreya Shambhala Monastery & Planetary Healing Center Retreat - The Avatar's Ashram in beautiful and sacred Lake County, Northern California.

Buddha Maitreya the Christ has always taught that wisdom comes from giving and has made the sponsorship of his previous lives' monasteries within Tibetan Buddhism and their tulkus (living reincarnated saints) a major focus of support for more than 20 years. In 1994, Buddha Maitreya the Christ consolidated his work of helping exiled Tibetan Refugees when he established the first Dharma Center in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Through reincarnation, all the saints of all the religions reincarnate and are always with us, just as Christ is. Tibetan Buddhism supports and furthers this tulku reality. Buddha Maitreya the Christ supports many of these living saints so that through the blessings of their relationship with him, they can recapitulate their true nature and have their practical and spiritual needs taken care of, allowing them to fully incarnate who they truly are from previous lives and live healthy, happy lives in this life so they may better serve and further humanity.

Buddha Maitreya focuses his sponsorship on helping to meet the practical daily needs of monks and nuns such as providing monasteries with good quality, nutritious food, clothing and healthcare, supporting the safety and education of young monks as well as larger projects to help restore sacred sites. These include construction of Monasteries at some of the most sacred Buddhist regions of Dema and Litang in Tibet; several new prayer halls and facilities for colleges (called Khamtsens) within Drepung Buddhist University in Mungod, India and a Stupa for the healing of all Tibetan refugees within the grounds of the Dalai Lama's residence in Dharamsala, India.

In addition, Buddha Maitreya provides for three free clinics and treatments centers in Nepal in the cities of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and the village of Pharping to provide basic medical services for the poor and those in need.

In the West, Buddha Maitreya the Christ teaches the practice of simple meditation and how to develop soulful qualities through leading a life of harmlessness and discerning that which is harmful, deluded and lacking service so that humanity may evolve under the Law of Love and Plan of God. He gives regular Dharshan teachings as well as weekly OM Pyramid Meditations from the central teaching pyramid at the Monastery that are available to attend live online or in person and help establish and support a person in their soulful evolution and spiritual development.

Furthermore, since 1975, he has offered centers that focus on technologies that further the soulful qualities of meditation, self-healing, longevity and wellness. These technologies include the use of Metatronics - Buddha Maitreya's own Shambhala Healing Meditation Tools that include Soul Therapy® using Buddha Maitreya's Meditation Pyramids. The tools are for personal and planetary healing and transmit Buddha Maitreya's Monadic, Soul-filled Light and Healing Blessings as a transformative Buddhaic force that creates a telepathic bridge with the user that heals and brings spiritual blessings. Helping to establish anyone who uses them on the Path of the Soul. They apply sacred geometry using energetic vibrational medicine for Soul Therapy®, transmuting negative energies by increasing nature's Chi and correcting energetic imbalances in the Etheric Field. Worldwide testimonials share an insight into the miraculous healings that have taken place with the tools.

In 1996, Buddha Maitreya founded and established the Church of Shambhala Vajradhara Maitreya Sangha, a 501c(3) Non-Profit American Buddhist Church offering the opportunity for westerners to become monks and nuns and lead more spiritual and service orientated lives here in the West. The Church represents both East and West and the tenets of Christianity and Buddhism, with a focus on charitable activity as one of the fundamental necessities of a spiritual life and personal and planetary healing.

In the same year, Buddha Maitreya established The New Group of World Servers Trust as a registered charity in the UK as well as The Buddha Maitreya Soul Therapy Meditation Center in Glastonbury, a sacred site visited by Jesus Christ and where the first Church of Jesus Christ was established known as Glastonbury Abbey.

The Church raises funds by handcrafting and sharing Buddha Maitreya the Christ's Shambhala Healing Tools. Several of the monks and nuns dedicate their daily meditation to the making of these forms while others focus on fundraising through educational fundraising and sharing the tools.

In addition, the monks and nuns run Buddha Maitreya and Mandarava Tara's Shambhala Life Extending Wellness Center at the Monastery, under their loving guidance and direction. The Wellness Center offers 5 day Brainwave Optimization Intensives, Medical Thermography, Advanced Soul Therapy® with Bioresonance Essences and Senstiv Imago. Spiritually based Soul Therapy® Retreats are also offered.

Buddha Maitreya, himself an accomplished chef and Mandarava Tara, an expert in diet and nutrition, oversee all of the monastery meals prepared by the monks and nuns, to ensure the finest quality, organic ingredients are used in creating tasty, nutritious and well-balanced meals.

They ensure that the monastic community combines developing technologies for harmless living to sustain and heal humanity such as solar and wind power, sustainable housing and recycling and electric cars.

The Church of Shambhala Vajradhara Maitreya Sangha Monastery is an ecological center, but the main reality of the monastery is the sacred design used in every aspect of the monastery: the phi ratio from the central pyramid, the pyramid being 51 degree, the 6 dome circles placed around the pyramid in a 6 pointed star, the 51 degree pyramids placed over each dome facing north, all based on the sacred human form and its relationship to sacred forms that help the soul to awaken and transform lower mind and lower emotions to become more spiritually incarnated on the physical level for both the person and for the planet, as the sacred temples built all over the world are universally connected. This helps the United States in becoming healed as nation. This awakens the nations to Love and Healing to avert wars and the political support of these wars.

– Jesus Christ, the Buddha Maitreya