Wanted: Buddhist Neighbor for Shambhala King.
Just got this notice via my longtime Buddhist pal Mike Smith, and thought I’d pass along—it’s not every day you get a chance (even if you have the dough) to live next to the King of Shambhala. Maybe you could rake leaves together, shoot the shizzle about the weather! Bring over your favorite green tea! Trade tips on comfortable gomdens!
But be warned: you must be okay with lhasangs, occasional Tibetan dancing, and lots and lots of peaceful meditation.
The house next door to the Sakyong’s that is for sale, for $1.6 million CDN bucks.
Some of the Sakyong’s other neighbors that are Sangha Members have expressed hope to me that we find a sangha member to buy the property. I’m sure we could negotiate the price.
If you know someone who might be interested in placing an offer on this property please call me—my contact information is below.
Waterfront Paradise on the shores of the Northwest Arm. Extensively renovated with all of today’s modern finishes, this estate property has it all including detached nanny/in-law suite. 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 1.5 garage, quality custom finishes…
Yours In the Vision,
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