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Monthly Archives: June 2010

Stillness is the move.

THE SECRET HISTORY OF CHILADOM – Pandanaro – Chapter V

THE SECRET HISTORY OF CHILADOM – Pandanaro – Chapter IV

Solstice Greetings from the Boabom Council!!!

The Boabom Council wishes everyone a great positive energy, find medical a happy solstice, discount new season, prescription and new year! With the Sosltice, Summer in the North and Winter in the South, the Boabom Arts celebrate the ending of one year and the beginning of a new one, a new cycle, with energies renewed […]

Open the Door, to That Which is Pure

Open the Door, to that which is Pure. We are Our Own Doctor, We hold Our Own Cure. The Past hidden Ages, do not need to hold Sway. Over so much that We Do, or so much that We Say. The Desire which shimmers, is holding a Lie. Searching the shadows, while the Light we […]

Even More Raffle Prizes: Dinner, iPod Touch, more!!!

Tomorrow at the solstice is your last day to buy tickets… here are a few more prizes from our still growing list!!! Gift Certificates to Tashi Delek, a delicious Tibetan restaurant right in Brookline Village!!! A Boston Boabom favorite, Tashi Delek is tasty and welcoming, and always a good friend of the school! Thanks to […]

Solstice Raffle Prizes… Bodywork and Acupuncture Edition!

We’ve got two more awesome gift certificates in our raffle!!! This first is for a free session of Thai Yoga Massage by Bob Bruillard of Bodyworkers of Boston! Located in the South End, Bodyworkers of Boston has won many awards for its excellent therapeutic massage. The second is for a free acupuncture session with Heather […]

And the Prizes Continue: Photographs and More!

Our featured prize today is a framed photographic print by Yemado (known to many at the school as Sayani). Yemado has been taking photographs of nature for many years now, and is donating a photograph to this year’s Boston School of Boabom Solstice Raffle! You can choose any photograph from his flickr stream, which he […]

More Raffle Prizes: Herbal Healing!!!

From herbalist Katja Swift we have a basket of four delicious and healing herbal teas.  After Dinner Gingermint warms and aids digestion after a heavy meal; Heart Health nourishes and tones cardiovascular muscle tissues; Relax and Dream calms the mind and promotes restful, look dream-filled sleep; and Sore Throat Tea (a BSB community favorite!) soothes, ampoule coats, and speeds […]

More Boabom Raffle Prizes: Books by Asanaro!!!

For our raffle this year, the Boston School of Boabom will be donating some books by Asanaro, about the Boabom Arts and their philosophy. Asanaro’s books include The Secret Art of Seamm-Jasani, which has been translated into seven languages; The Secret Art of Boabom; Bamso: The Art of Dreams; the newly available in English Mystic Meditations; and the forthcoming Legend […]

Countdown to the Solstice! Raffle Prizes…

Sojamm and a huge greeting to everyone! We’re less than a week away from the Boston School of Boabom Solstice celebration, which means that our yearly raffle is nearing completion! This week in the Boabom Journal we will be highlighting different raffle prizes every day… so without further ado, let’s begin! Our first feature is […]

THE SECRET HISTORY OF CHILADOM – Pandanaro – Chapter II & III

Seeing life so clearly…

Seeing life so clearly, ed outside my mindful self Childhood and goodness, pills stored upon a shelf Grown to be a member, prescription within, but so without Joining in mock laughter, leads to a silent shout All, so very unimportant, all so very right Flaring of emotion, leads to another fight Life carries not the […]

Solstice 2010!!!!

Solstice 2010 is coming soon! The Boston School of Boabom will be gathering on June 19th at Larz Anderson Park in Brookline for an afternoon of classes, food, raffle, and positive energies!!! bostonboabom.com/solstice for more information… We’ll see you there!!!

THE SECRET HISTORY OF CHILADOM – Pandanaro – Chapter I

Quote of the Day

After eating the mountain, prescription hunger is not satiated. After drinking the ocean, thirst is not quenched.” – Tibetan proverb