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

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Integrating with the Natural State

“It is very important to integrate with the Natural State as much as you could, to concentrate and keep in your Natural State. Practise Guru Yoga at least once a day, in the morning. It is even better if you can do it several times each day. But at least once a day you should practise Guru Yoga and  remember the Nature. Nature is always with you. It never goes far away. My advice is this: try to concentrate with the Natural State every day. That helps during this life and the next life. It can be helpful until you…
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A Big Thank You: Help Dhorpatan Appeal closes this weekend

Dear Friends! This weekend we are closing the Help Dhorpatan Disaster Relief appeal. On behalf of the villagers there, we would like to thank you all for your tremendous generosity – to date we have raised just over £5,000 pounds. We hope you have enjoyed learning a little more about this remote area of Nepal that was home to the first Tibetan Refugee Settlement and is still home to many ethnic Tibetans, both Bönpo and Buddhist, as well as to Nepali families practising Hinduism. Like most of Nepal, this region can teach us a lot about living side by side…
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Mensaje de Consejos desde Yongdzin Rinpoche a sus estudiantes occidentales

Gurú Yoga es muy importante para las personas que son practicantes. No esperes ver u oír algo como resultado de practicar Gurú Yoga, pero cuando practicas Gurú Yoga como lo haces normalmente con Tapihritsa o lo que normalmente visualizas – no cambies tu visualización demasiado rápido de una divinidad a otra – es muy importante practicar regularmente y visualizar con claridad. Es importante que tu práctica con Gurú Yoga sea pura, y que creas y tengas devoción. Es muy necesario tener esto en cuenta y confiar. Creer. Siempre es necesario tener esto en tu mente, regularmente.

Message of Advice from Yongdzin Rinpoche to his Western students

A full transcript of teachings given by Yongdzin Rinpoche on practising Guru Yoga and Dzogchen meditation.

Dhorpatan: home to the first Bönpo Medical School in exile. Please help

Dhorpatan. Photo by Nagru Geshe Gelek Jinpa. First published in Jinpa, Nagru Geshe Gelek and Carol Ermakova, Dmitry Ermakov. Bön in Nepal: Traces of the Great Zhang Zhung Ancestors in Himalayas, The Light of the History of Existence, (New Delhi, Frosterley: Heritage Publishers & Foundation for the Preservation of Yungdrung Bön, 2013), pp. 222-223. Many of us have benefited from the herbal medicines prepared by the clinic attached to Triten Norbutse Monastery but perhaps not so many know the history of this medical school. The first medical school and clinic were actually established back In 1987 in the refugee settlement…
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