The FPMT, through the inspiration of Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Khandro La, have recently started up a new project to help minimize the harm that forecasted earthquakes can cause to the west coast of the United States. Here is a snippet describing the project:
After receiving news that scientists were forecasting a huge earthquake and possible tsunamis on the West Coast of the United States, Lama Zopa Rinpoche asked Khadro-la what could be done to minimize the damage to people and property.
In response, Khadro-la had visions of a particular landscape and two particular stupas that could be of benefit. On hearing this, Rinpoche took on the responsibility to actualize these stupas, for the benefit of those who could be effected by any natural disasters. It was determined that Khadro-la would come to the USA in 2012, in order to locate the land from her visions. As she was flying into the United States, landing in California, she says, “I fell asleep. Then all of the sudden I woke up and looked through the airplane window and saw the area that I had had a vision of before when I was in India. So later on, we investigated that area and found that it is on government land, like in a park. One other area that I had a vision of seems like it is in Washington State. I haven’t found the exact location. But that’s where we are going next.”
If you’re interested in helping the project, you can click here for more information.