• Phowa of Bon

    Phowa of bon

    Phowa is the practice of transference of consciousness when an individual approaches death or has passed. It is a path of liberation traditionally used by great masters to liberate the consciousness of self and other at the moment of death. At the moment of death our body and consciousness separate. Through Phowa practice we help the consciousness of the deceased or dying person liberate. Phowa is also used to clear the causes of the six realms of existence, the karmic traces that bind us to the cyclic continuum of suffering, and to unify our mind with the primordial purity. 

  • Trulkhor energtics

    Trulkhor Tibet Yoga

    Trulkhor means megical movement. it like megic energy for disblokages of channels blance of our energies etc. Lu means body and Jong means training or transformation. Through the practice of Lu Jong we begin to train our subtle body channels and cultivate awareness. This is the way to care for the body and mind. This is Tibetan healing yoga. Trulkhor works simultaneously with body, mind and energy. We balance the elements and humors—the foundation of the physical body. We transform our negative emotions, and we invigorate the subtle body system of channels and wind-energy. The result is a beautiful, efficient and systematic practice that improves our wellbeing in all dimensions. When we do…

  • Bardo

    Bardo in Dzogchen Bon tradition

    Bardo can have many implications, depending on how one looks at it. It is an interval, a hiatus, a gap. It can act as a boundary that divides and separates, marking the end of one thing and the beginning of another; but it can also be a link between the two: it can serve as a bridge or a meeting place, which brings together and unites. It is a crossing, a stepping-stone, a transition. It is a crossroads, where one must choose which path to take, and it is a no-man’s-land, belonging neither to one side nor to the other. It is a highlight or peak point of experience, and…

  • Chod

    Chod of Bon

    The dramatic practice of chöd, in which the yogin visualizes giving his or her own sacrificed body to the gods and demons as a way to cut the attachment to self and ordinary reality, offers an intense and direct confrontation with the central issues of the spiritual path. The chöd practices of the Bön tradition, a tradition that claims pre-Buddhist origins in the mysterious western lands of Zhang-zhung Tazig and Olmolungrig, are still almost entirely unknown. “Chaoul’s book offers a comprehensive intellectual understanding of chöd and its origins within both the Bön and Buddhist traditions, and as such will have great benefit for scholars as well as for those who…

  • Dzogchen Ngozhi

    Dzogchen Ngozhi

    The Ngozhi is start from fives posturs of meditations orImmovable body with body straight, hands either in the meditation pose in our laps or lightly resting on the knees Immovable senses with eyes neither closed nor wide open, but gazing naturally in front Immovable mind not actively thinking, with no thoughts of the past or future, and with no analysis. We just rest in the present moment of awareness, fresh and uncontrived, without being self-conscious about what we are doing. In other words, even if a thought arises, we do not follow it out. Verbal thoughts simultaneously arise, abide, and cease. When we focus on that happening, we reach the…

  • Lhagthong meditation

    Lhag thong meditation

    Shine and Lhagthong in the Dzogchen Teaching The Dzogchen Semde series explains the methods for understanding and applying the nonduality of Shine and Lhagthong. Realization is none other than the integration of such a state into daily life. The text is divided into three parts related to the three aspects of the path: view, meditation, and behavior. The first part is composed of passages that explains how Shine and Lhagthong are presented in the Dzogchen Teaching, providing appropriate references to the system of the four contemplations of Dzogchen Semde. The Dzogchen view will be compared with that of Sutra and Tantra. The second part consists of instructions related in particular…

  • Todgel meditation

    Thodgal meditation

    Now as for the stages of the main practice, at first you determine the ground by way of the Breakthrough, then the initial moment of impure consciousness emerges in the aspect of an object, a subsequent conceptualization fastens onto it, and delusion sets in. Now, in contrast, in the Leap-over, the initial  moment of consciousness is transformed into an appearance of clear light, and by experiencing the very nature of consciousness, all impure appearances dissolve into the absolute nature and vanish. Knowing how that occurs is the indispensable, sublime point of the Leap-over, so recognize it! If you do not recognize this vital point, however much you meditate, you will…

  • About sutras

    Bon sutras

    The Path of Renunciation The morality of helping all beings is the essence of the way of Sutra. The spiritual breakthrough that we experience through helping others allows us to wake up to our own happiness and to that of others. And this has to happen each moment, right here and right now. Morality of integration is the ability of the mind and the heart to perceive virtue, the ability to integrate virtue with the action of body, speech, and mind. It means having a clear and spacious mind, a mind that can perceive the purity of each object and situation in its true form. This is only possible if…