Soul Retrieval The soul is the pure essence of the five elements that keeps the lifespan and life-force stable. The stability or instability of the relationship between the mind and body also depends upon whether one’s soul has deteriorated or not. In the monastic discipline texts, the soul follows
The Precious Gem – Dzogchen Teaching Dzogchen teaches us that our natural state of mind is the union of emptiness and clarity. Our natural state of mind is peaceful and calm, free from attachments and illusions, and naturally perfect. Dzogchen is the highest form of Bon teaching, which
Latri Khenpo Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche is to give healing practices to aid Bon and Buddhist practitioners as well as those seeking greater understanding of suffering and the relief of suffering.
Taught by Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche P’howa is one of the very important practices in the Bon Tradition. P’howa literally means Transformation. Through the practice of P’howa we transform, or integrate, our mind consciousness into the inseparable, natural state of mind of Kuntu Zangpo, the primordial enlightened one. P’howa is used by