Up here we are a little nearer to Heaven, say’s the abbot Columban Luser. He is the likeable Shepherd of a wonderful community of Benedictine monks. The view over the vast Danube Valley shows, how beautiful but also how fragile our mother nature is. This was the central topic of a heart to heart meeting between the Shepherd of souls from lower Austria and the spiritual leader from the roof of the world. Because to Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche, this holy man and happy soul from the Himalayas, who’s grade and dignity is even compared to that of the Dalai Lama, the creation is holy. The happy monk from Tibet is devoted to organic cultivation with every spiritual fiber. He helped this idea to break through in a remarkable way in his distant home. For example there are sheep that graze on high clear altitude and organic sallow thorn flourishes very well. In this point the spiritual leader of 4000 monks and nuns and the founder of “Sonnentor” Johannes Gutmann from Sprögnitz are at one. Spontaneously the organic pioneer from Austria and the one from the Himalayas decided to work together.
But back to the mystic mountain from which the local monks work beneficially. From there positive organic vibrations are supposed to go round the world. Columban and his brother from a different spiritual world both are clear on the fact that the nature (both the rainforest and the meadows at the big rivers of the world) are in danger. Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche has a message for the readers of the “Kronen Zeitung” that goes to heart: “Let us pray together for good powers and preservation of nature.“