*Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha
RECTOR of Maitriyana Buddhist University since 2005, creating a New Way of Buddhism called Maitriyana. He also created the model of Perennial Buddhism, Purna (Integral) Buddhism and Mahapurna (Super-Integral) Buddhism. Creator of Buddhist Psychoanalysis in 2007.
President of the international temple World Association of Buddhism, leading the organization of the Seventh Buddhist Council. Judge and President of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights. President of United Buddhist Nations Organization.
Receptor of higher Buddhist Degrees from World Association of Theravada, certifing him as Agga Maha Pandita (Great Chief Scholar), Abhidhaja Maharatthaguru (Most Eminent Spiritual Master), Sangharaja (Supreme Patriarch) and Vinayadhara (Buddhist Jurist).
He has graduated as Master in Eastern Philosophy specialized in Buddhism. Also, he has graduated as Educator, Philosopher, Psychoanalyst, Social Psychologist, Political Scientist and Judge of Peace.
Graduate in Integral Psychology, Transpersonal Psychology, Analytical Psychology, Oriental Psychology, Buddhist Psychology, Existential Analysis, Emotional Intelligence, Paranormal Psychology, Metaphysical Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy, Esotericism, Theology, Comparative Religion, Shamanism, Zen, Tibetan Buddhist Meditation, Mindfulness, Yoga and Alternative Medicine.
Master Maitreya has graduated as Citizen’s Defender and Legal Secretariat. Moreover, he is graduated as Expert in International Law, Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminology, Conflict Resolution, Social Work, Indigenous Peoples, Environmental Law, and Public Health.
Master Maitreya has a mastery certificate in Justice from Harvard University, a certificate in Moral Politics from Yale University, a certificate in Distributive Justice from Tel Aviv University, a certificate in Social Justice from Stanford University, a certificate in Social Journalism from Berkeley University of California, a certificate in Classical Sociological Theory from University of Amsterdam, certificate in Global Diplomacy from the University of London, and a certificate in Global Health and Humanitarianism from University of Manchester.
He has graduated in Humanistic Sciences, Cooperative Teaching and Philosophy with children. Also, he has a certificate in University Teaching from the University of Hong Kong, a certificate in Philosophy from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), a certificate in Evolution from Leiden University, and a certificate in Aboriginal Education from University of Toronto. Also, he has graduated in Sartrean Thought at University of Buenos Aires. He has certificates in Cultural Anthropology, Neuroscience and Quantum Physics.
Receptor of the “Gautama Peace Prize” in 2013. He has performed the spiritual transmission of the Gautama Peace Prize to His Eminence Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 2017.
Founder of International Association of Buddhist Socialism in 2014.
Creator of the “Universal Declaration of Spiritual Rights”, the “Universal Declaration of Ecological Rights”, the “Universal Declaration of the Right to World Peace”, the “Universal Declaration on the Rights of Buddhist Peoples and Spiritual Communities”, the “Universal Declaration on the Rights of Non-Human Beings”, the “Universal Declaration on the Right to Interspiritual and Interfaith Harmony”, the “Universal Declaration on the Responsability to Save the World”, the “Declaration of Independence of the United Buddhist Nations Organization”.
Member of the National Association of Political Scientists. Member of the Asian Society of International Law. Member of the International Association of Genocide Scholars. Member of the Commission on Legal Pluralism.
Professor of Buddhist Psychology, Buddhist Psychiatry and Mindfulness, Buddhist Medicine, Buddhist Pedagogy, Buddhist Philosophy, Buddhist Art, Buddhist Ethics and Western Philosophy, Buddhist Science and Quantum Physics, Buddhist Environmentalism, Buddhist Politics, Buddhist Sociology, Buddhist Law and Human Rights, Buddhist Theology, Buddhist Psychoanalysis, Buddhist Humanism, Buddhist Transpersonalism, Buddhist Cognitivism, Buddhist Existentialism, Buddhist Stoicism, Buddhist Surrealism, Buddhist Relativism, Buddhist Ecology, Buddhist Socialism, Buddhist Anarchism, Buddhist Abolitionism, Buddhist Ecumenism, Buddhist Messianism, Buddhist Gnosticism, Buddhist Mysticism.