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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Happy Solstice from the Boabom Arts, and news for 2011!!!

Hello and a Huge Greeting to Everyone!!!! A Happy Winter Solstice, Holidays, New Year, and everything else! All of the Teachers of Boabom would like to send you season’s greetings, along with some news from the past year and announcements for the upcoming one!!! This past year has been an eventful and productive one for […]

Mmulargan Boabom :: The Sprout

in the spring, when green appears, the world outside sees life returning. but for those tender shoots their rise is new, first answer to an inner yearning. warmed by sun, washed in rain, from their groundbed they reach up and out; they breach; they breathe. this springing-forth’s the spirit of the sprout, and we who […]

Reflection

I honestly do not know how to start a piece like this one, stuff and so I will do it just like this, salve in my own style, a style that was, and is, shaped by many things, prominent among them learning the arts of Boabom and Yanbao over the past three and a half […]

Bamso: The Journeys…

More pictures from the roof of the world!!! Every time I look at these I am reminded of the incredible generosity and kindness of the Tibetan people, story who graciously made us the best received guests in the world. These pictures would never have been possible without their participation, illness nor without the special help […]

Tonatzin: Triumph over Religious Syncretism

Tonatzin Our Lady of Guadalupe is recognized as a symbol of all Catholic Mexicans. Her feast is celebrated on December 12 and is the most important national holiday in Mexico. Some historians believe that the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe is a representation of religious syncretism, combining the cult of the Virgin Mary with […]

Meditation…

i had very early after beginning at The Boston School of Boabom, been lucky enough to attend a Meditation Seminar, given at The School. Never having had any prior experience with meditation, i was unsure as to what i should expect. As with all things related to The Boston School of Boabom it was a […]

The Woman of the Desert

The Woman of the Desert She was a woman of the desert. In daytime, when her people where resting in the shadows, she often went out on her own. One day she saw the track of a mouse. It had been standing. Listening. Placing its forelegs carefully on the ground. Trying to escape. First into […]

Bamso: The Journeys…

Yambulakang, Tibet’s first building… The Yambulakang is the legendary home of the ancient kings of Tibet. According to legend, they descended from the sky to rule, returning there when they had finished their reign. Anyway, it’s high enough that it might not be so difficult… Photographs by Yemado