His Holiness of Bon Has Arrived Well in New York
On Saturday, June 3, 2017, His Holiness of Bon Gyalwa Menri Trizin 33rd arrived from Delhi to New York City accompanied by Chongtul Rinpoche and assistant monk Tsa Tsa Lama.
His Holiness was welcomed at JFK Airport by a joyful community of students, and arrived at the Bon Shen Ling temple where special blessing offering rituals were performed to celebrate his arrival.
The reception for offering individual greetings to His Holiness at the temple will take place Saturday, June 17th from 9am-12pm, and Sunday, June 18th from 9am-12pm. We cordially invite everyone to come for a short visit in the temple to welcome His Holiness and enjoy tea with fellow members of the Bon community. Please bring your Khata and offering for His Holiness, and if you have Tibetan ceremonial dress, we invite you to wear it. Click here for more details...
RSVP's are now closed for the receptions.
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A Message from the Board of Directors
Tog Den Won Po Chongtul Rinpoche is the second son of six children, was raised in India by his Tibetan parents, father Amdo Sherpa, Lakha Wangchuk and mother Kham Nang Chen, Norzin. Chongtul was given his childhood name of Namgyal Wangdhu by the Abbot of Yungdrung Ling. At the age of two, the Abbot of Yungdrung Ling explained to the Abbot of Menri Monastery, His Holiness Menri Trizin 33rd, that this boy was a reincarnated lama who was closely associated with both abbots during a previous lifetime, and would be very important in the preservation of Bon transmissions.
We invite you to join our mission to encourage peace and harmony in all sentient beings through:
Preserving the Bon native religion of Tibet and its teachings of meditation, healing, and compassion for the world.
Providing assistance for the impoverished through the creation of educational and medical programs in India, Tibet, Bhutan, Mongolia, and Nepal.
Establishing a vocational training school and Cultural Complex center in India and a United States Cultural Center to share the Bon tradition by teaching the Bon philosophy of meditation techniques and healing modalities.
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