Yungdrung Bon monks create a sand mandala at the Gyalshen Institute in California. A mandala, or kyil khor in Tibetan, is an architectural representation of a sacred palace in which the related deity and retinue reside. Each symbol and color within the mandala has a meaning. This mandala is being created with colored sand.
- New Book Release – Sacred Smoke: The Ritual Practice of Fumigation and Offering in the Yungdrung Bön Religious Tradition
- The Time to Engage with the Practices of the Great Lama and his Twin Sons
- The 23rd Annual Debate According to the Yeru Tradition
- A Spiritual Master’s Advice for Those Suffering from Pain and Illness
- Introduction to Prayer Wheels
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