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Due to the sacredness of Tagzig Olmo Lungting and Mount Kailash, the Bonpo regard both the swastika and the number nine as auspicious and as of great significance.
Tonpa Shenrab Miwoche visited Kongpo and found people whose practice involved spiritual appeasement with animal sacrifice.
He taught them to substitute offerings with symbolic animal forms made from barley flour. Bon teachings feature Nine Vehicles, which are pathway-teaching categories with distinct characteristics, views, practices and results.
Medicine, astrology, and divination are in the lower vehicles; then sutra and tantra, with Dzogchen "great perfection" being the highest.
Traditionally, the Nine Vehicles are taught in three versions: Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche elaborated the Southern treasure with shamanism. For students of Tibetan culture in general, the mDzod phug is one of the most intriguing of all Bon scriptures, since it is the only lengthy bilingual work in Zhang-zhung and Tibetan.
Some of the shorter but still significant sources for Zhang-zhung are signalled in Orofino The Dzungar people invaded Tibet in and deposed a pretender to the position of Dalai Lama who had been promoted by Lhabzang , the titular King of Tibet.
This was met with widespread approval. However, they soon began to loot the holy places of Lhasa, which brought a swift response from the Kangxi Emperor in , but his military expedition was annihilated by the Dzungars not far from Lhasa.
Many Nyingmapas and Bonpos were executed and Tibetans visiting Dzungar officials were forced to stick their tongues out so the Dzungars could tell if the person recited constant mantras, which was said to make the tongue black or brown.
This allowed them to pick the Nyingmapas and Bonpos, who recited many magic-mantras. In the 19th century, Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen , a Bon master whose collected writings comprise eighteen volumes significantly rejuvenated the tradition.
His disciple Kagya Khyungtrul Jigmey Namkha trained many practitioners to be learned in not only the Bon religion, but in all Tibetan schools.
More than three hundred Bon monasteries had been established in Tibet prior to Chinese annexation. Of these, Menri Monastery and Shurishing Yungdrung Dungdrakling Monastery were the two principal monastic universities for the study and practice of Bon knowledge and science-arts.
The broader area of ethnic Tibet also includes, to the east and north, parts of the Chinese provinces of Sichuan , Qinghai , Gansu and Yunnan and the southern Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region ; to the southwest, the Indian territories of Ladakh , Lahaul and Spiti and the Baltistan region of Pakistan; the extreme northwest of Assam ; and to the south, Bhutan , Sikkim , and parts of northern Nepal , such as Mustang and Dolpo , the regions in northeastern Nepal inhabited by Sherpa and Tamang peoples , and extreme northern Burma Myanmar.
Even parts of modern Bangladesh were once a part of this "Greater Tibet. Traditionally in Tibet divine presences or deities would be incorporated into the very construction of the house making it in effect a castle dzongka against the malevolent forces outside it.
The average Tibetan house would have a number of houses or seats poe-khang for the male god pho-lha that protects the house.
Everyday [ sic ] the man of the house would invoke this god and burn juniper wood and leaves to placate him. In addition the woman of the house would also have a protecting deity phuk-lha whose seat could be found within the kitchen usually at the top of the pole that supported the roof.
Another set of deities are the White Old Man, a sky god, and his consort. Pehar is featured as a protecting deity of Zhangzhung , the center of the Bon religion.
Reportedly, Pehar is related to celestial heavens and the sky in general. In early Buddhist times, Pehar transmogrified into a shamanic bird to adapt to the bird motifs of shamanism.
According to a recent Chinese census [ when? According to a recent [ when? Lobsang Yeshe , recognized as the 5th Panchen Lama by the 5th Dalai Lama , was a member of the Dru family, an important family of the Bon religion.
Under Lozang Gyatso, Bon became respected both philosophically and politically. Since then, Bon has had official recognition of its status as a religious group, with the same rights as the Buddhist schools.
This was re-stated in by the Dalai Lama, who also forbade discrimination against the Bonpos, stating that it was both undemocratic and self-defeating.
He even donned Bon ritual paraphernalia, emphasizing "the religious equality of the Bon faith". However, Tibetans still differentiate between Bon and Buddhism, referring to members of the Nyingma, Shakya, Kagyu and Gelug schools as nangpa , meaning "insiders", but to practitioners of Bon as "Bonpo", or even chipa "outsiders".
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about Tibetan religion. For other uses, see Bon disambiguation.
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