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Category Archives: Tibet

One poem of Gendün Chöphel, a Tibetan rebel

Gendün Chöphel (1903–1951) was a creative and controversial figure, discount is considered one of the most important Tibetan intellectuals of the twentieth century. An exceptional monk and an exceptional man. From the point of view of thought of the Boabom Arts, shop this poem is one of the best made by Chöpel. Meditate it and enjoy it! […]

The Monkey King

This Story is based on a old Story from Tibet: The Monkey King Near a fruity flowing River, a Monkey King and his People were living. From their Home in an old Tree, they could watch the Rain watering the River. The Sun dancing on the Surface. The Sky mirroring itself. Every Evening the Wind […]

Boabom painting: The Wind

The Sword of Yaanbao: A Boabom Story

The Sword of Yaanbao A long time ago there was an old Boabom Guide named Tireless Expert. He had been born with a walking impediment, drugs but despite this he was famous for his abilities in the defense Arts called Yaanbao-Boabom, drugs which consisted of the mastery of elements of defense, recipe especially the most […]

YAANBAO: The Boabom of the Elements

YAANBAO: “THE ART OF THE ELEMENTS” “We can see Yaanbao as a ‘caged bonfire’, and or the continuous and dangerous burning produced by the wood located in a great siphon… not only generates heat and an explosion of energy.” (Quote from the book: The Secret Art of Boabom) Name: Yaanbao. Pronunciation: ‘ya-an-bāo [ipa] Meaning: Art of the Elements. Origin: Yaanbao is […]

Thangka: The Boston School of Boabom

Thangka: The Boston School of Boabom This Thangka* is part of the collection donated to the Boabom Schools by Thupten Tulpa (from Lhasa, Tibet). Handmade and painted by Tibetan artists in Lhasa, the Thangka is made in the traditional Tibetan style, with pigments made of hand-pulverized minerals, mounted on natural silk with fine embroidery. The […]

Happy Holidays and New Year from the Boabom Schools!

Happy Solstice, Holidays, and New Year from all of the Boabom Schools!!! We hope your last year has been exciting, enjoyable, and full of positive energies!!! It has been a great year for the Boabom Schools, their teachers and students around the world! •Boabom Norway: We are very happy to announce the formation of the […]

Tibetan Altruism Association: 2012 Calendar!

The 2012 Tibetan Altruism Association Calendar is now available for purchase on lulu.com, at the Boston School of Boabom, Tashi Delek Tibetan Restaurant, and select other stores. All proceeds from the sale of the calendar go to help the Tibetan Altruism Association’s book drive, which has already brought over 50 books to the LamSang Language […]

A Library for the Children of Tibet: the First Books in Lhasa!

We are happy to report that the first books from the Tibetan Altruism Association’s Book Drive have arrived in Lhasa! Thanks to everyone who sent these books, to those who have ordered and have books on the way, and to whoever is planning to send books! It’s very easy: just visit the Tibetan Altruism Association’s […]

Project: A Library for the Children of Tibet!!!!

The Boabom Schools are happy to participate in the Tibetan Altruism Association’s new project: A Library for LamSang Language School (Lhasa) The goal of this project is to provide books for the LamSang Language School in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, in China. The LamSang Language School works with Tibetan children and teenagers with limited […]

As one evolves so to do all…

A very wise and amazing Woman, recently shared a favorite quote of Hers with me. The Quote is from Buddha, someone my thoughts are drawn to from time to time. i can see where His Way and the Way which The Ancient and Healing Art of Boabom teaches, could be closely related. But then i […]

Boabom Thangka: Original Tibetan Art and the Boabom Schools

Thangka of the Southern Boabom School: Buiobom The Thangka* in this photograph was painted in Lhasa by Tibetan artists, shop as a special present from  Boabom Tulpa Thupten, official representative of the Boabom Schools in Tibet and the Far East. The painting was done with traditional Tibetan paints, made by hand from pulverized minerals, and […]