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

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Yongdzin Rinpoche’s Translation of Tsewang Mönlam Out Today

Today is the anniversary of the great Bönpo drubthob-mahasiddha Tsewang Rigdzin. To mark this special day, we are releasing a bilingual Tibetan-English version of Tsewang Rigdzin’s collection of aspirational prayers known as The Precious Mala (or simply as Tsewang Mönlam) / །ཚེ་དབང་སྨོན་ལམ་དོན་འདུས་རིན་ཆེན་ཕྲེང་བ་བཞུགས།

Four Samayas of Dzogchen and Thirteen Points of Tantra

With great pleasure and with the permission and encouragement of Yongdzin Rinpoche, today FPYB are releasing a new book of teachings for serious students of Bönpo Dzogchen.

Instructions on Guru Yoga with Yeshe Walmo and conduct during the pandemic

If anyone has already received the teachings properly and has found and has experience with concentrating with the Natural State, then that is very, very important. For many, many years now we have been selecting texts from our cannon. Now it is necessary to do something for preservation. I think that you are not too busy with working or with visiting people now, so I think now it is necessary to go back and read the booklets that have been translated and to the tapes.

Message for the Western Bönpo Community from Yongdzin Rinpoche on conduct during the epidemic

Yongdzin Lopön Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche advises Western Bönpo practitioners on conduct during the Corona virus epidemic and gives brief instructions on the Healing Practice of Sipai Gyalmo/YesheWalmo. Recorded by Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung, Abbot of Triten Norbutse Monastery, Kathmandu, Nepal, 29 March 2020. WATCH VIDEO

Two kinds of Nature

“There are two kinds of Nature: –          Relative nature; –          Absolute Nature. Relative Nature This means that nothing is created, it is just as it is. For instance, the nature of water is that it is wet, the nature of fire is that it is hot. This is relative nature. Absolute Nature Every being, from dharmakaya down to hell, is integrated with Nature. Nature encompasses all beings equally without any changes. But we don’t trust our own Nature, our own property. We don’t realize it, we don’t recognize it, we don’t try to know it. We are always just [looking]…
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