Sherab Chamma Ling is created as a place to teach and practice dharma and to preserve the Tibetan Bön religion and culture.
While the centre is in the Yungdrung Bön tradition of Buddhism, all races, beliefs, teachers and practitioners are welcome. The centre is administered by a non-profit society.
We are blessed to have Geshe YongDong as the founder and our Spiritual Director.
Our vision and mission:
To create & maintain a meditation retreat centre, Sherab Chamma Ling;
To Preserve Bön, the native religion of Tibet & its culture;
To Spread Bön teachings by cultivating practitioners & scholars in the west;
To Support & sustain a Spiritual Director & visiting teachers.The centre and society are dedicated to raising and/or securing funds to purchase land and buildings to create a Tibetan Yungdrung Bön international teaching and retreat centre.
Visiting Lama, Geshe Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche, will share an ancient Tibetan healing practice that will connect us with the highest goddess in the Tibetan Bὄn Tradition, Sherab Chamma. Latri Khenpo Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche is the lineage holder and abbot of Latri Monastery in eastern Tibet. Rinpoche received his Geshe degree in 1987 from the Bön Dialectic School at sMenri Monastery in Dolanji, India.Rinpoche has taught in the U.S., Europe and Asia since 1989; is the founder and Spiritual Director of the Yeru Bön Center in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Diego; and other centers in Europe. For more information visit: yeruboncenter.org
Rinpoche is also the founder and President of the Bön Children’s Home in Dolanji, India and is the author of ‘Opening the Door to Bön’, a guide for Western students.
with Geshe YongDong
Geshe La is extending an invitation to accompany him on a spiritual pilgrimage to New Delhi (Solan, Himachal) India, and Kathmandu, Nepal from February 17 – February 28, 2015.
This pilgrimage is an opportunity to experience firsthand Tibet’s oldest spiritual tradition, the ancient Tibetan Yungdrung Bon tradition at the Menri and Norbutse Monasteries in India and Nepal.
Tour guides in New Delhi and Kathmandu have been working with us to finalize a detailed itinerary.
A minimum of 10 people and a maximum of 20 will be accepted based on ‘first come, first served’, with a registration deadline.
Payment will be made possible through the Sherab Chamma Ling website and a PayPal link, or by cheque payable to Sherab Chamma Ling.
If you would like to help create an international teaching and retreat centre in Canada,
Your donations are tax deductible.