Foundation for the Preservation of Yungdrung Bön / གཡུང་དྲུང་བོན་ཉར་ཚགས་རིག་མཛོད།

Month: July 2024

Краткая биография Чозы Бöнмо

Опубликована Краткая биография Чозы Бöнмо на русском языке.

Celebrating Seven Years of FPYB

Dear Friends! Today is our 7th anniversary as a registered UK charity, and we’d like to share some of the highlights of this past year with you. Meeting the Masters, Donating Books In February, Carol and Dmitry visited Yongdzin Rinpoche in Triten Norbutse Monastery, Kathmandu and presented him with copies of our recent publications. As ever, it was a very joyful occasion. Thanks to very generous sponsorship, in April we were able to attend the final days of the Menri Drubchen Ceremony at Menri Monastery, Dolanji in India. This was a wonderful event, and as well as meeting friends old…
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Breve biografia di Choza Bönmo

Choza Bönmo (gco bza’ bon mo/co za bon mo) è una importante figura femminile nella narrativa Bön della piu antica religione Tibetana, giocando un ruolo nel conflitto che gli storici Bön descrivono tra Bön e Buddismo. Lei nacque in Dakpo Tsasho (dwags po rtsa shod) nell’ottavo secolo. Il suo nome significa “Signora Bön, figlia del clan Cho”. Suo padre era Gyimbu Lentsha del clan Cho (gco gyim bu lan tsha) e sua madre era Gyamo Kyicham (rgya mo skyid lcam), nota anche come Damocham (bda’ mo lcam). Si dice che mentre era incinta di Choza Bönmo, Damochan ebbe vari sogni…
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LAMA YANGTÖN TASHI GYALTSEN

On 22nd June 2024 we heard the sad news that Lama Yangtön Tashi Gyaltsen of the Yangtön lineage passed away in Kathamandu. We were fortunate to have met him on our first visit to Nepal in 1996 when we shared many meals and lively debates with him in Triten Norbutse Monastery. Here is a short biography: Lama Yangtön Tashi Gyaltsen was the son of Nyima Tseten. As a young boy he received the genyen[1] vows from Lama Nyima. He received initiations of external, internal and secret divinities according to the system of the ancient masters and completed a traditional three-year…
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