Sherab Chamma Ling, Tibetan Bön Buddhist Centre

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.

Pilgrimage to India & Nepal
with Geshe YongDong
 February 17 – 28, 2015
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We are sorry but we cannot take any more registrations.


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. 

 

Registration for this event is now closed. We are sorry but we cannot take any more registrations.


Tour contact person: Norma Chambers:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you would like to help create an international teaching and retreat centre in Canada,
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Geshe YongDong was born in the village of Nagpa, Amdo, Tibet in 1969. His childhood years were spent much like that of any other Tibetan boy at that time. He had a large extended family of many aunts and uncles... Read More


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