Sunday, March 30, 2014


World begun
And will certainly end
Life too begun
And will definitely end
But with senility
In the midst of the time
Life travels in brevity
Lamenting at times
Renders an ephemeral smile
Invokes supreme’s prayer
And leave footprints behind
Unaware of the emptiness
Oneness that existed
And nothingness that always exist
Of the bound
One fight
With incessant energy
Until one is enervated
Conspicuous will be the oneness
Oneness shall be the Emptiness

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Impermanence

Of the trivialities we endure
Like an era forfeited for life
Consummating what is nescient
Living benevolently till the end 
Like life is an eternity
Mortals are what we are
Above watches us
Confrontations that we have
Life that we live
For they are ephemeral
So is the universe
Like life, like universe
Isn’t it clear before us?
The impermanence!

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Testimonial – A Pranic Miracle

By Goverdan Das, Chennai, India.

I had undergone brain surgery for removal of a blood clot as a result of intradural bleeding. I also had hemiplegia (paralysis of one side of the body). Though technically the surgery was declared successful, I was worst off after it, suffering loss of memory, numbness of the limbs, giddiness, chronic constipation and ulceration in the mouth and throat.

This made me totally dependent on others and I was unable to eat solid food, making me very weak and miserable. I was sure my end was near and I was preparing myself and the members of the family for what seemed the inevitable. To my good luck, I was introduced to Pranic Healing and though I did not know what to expect from it, I was willing to undergo this treatment for whatever it was worth.

This was God-sent; after the very first treatment I experienced tremendous relaxations in my body and was already feeling pretty good. A few sessions later, it was a miracle that the ulceration in my mouth and throat had almost disappeared and I was able to eat solid food. After a few more sessions, my bowel movements began to improve and in a couple of days, there was no trace of constipation too.

I had definitely improved. Pranic Healing brought me back from the mouth of death and despair and now after a few weeks of regular treatment, I am absolutely normal and am travelling all around on my own. I am back to living life fully. Many thanks to pranic healing and more do to Ms. Severine.

Note: The Pranic Healing treatments in Bhutan are available at YDF, Thimphu for now on working days. Pranic Healing is not intended to replace allopathic medicine, but rather to complement it. If symptoms persist or the ailment is severe, please immediately consult a Medical Doctor and a Certified Pranic Healer.  
You are to discern the Pranic Healing.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Bhutan celebrates 2nd Mahasamadhi of Grand Master Choa Kok Sui

Grand Master Choa Kok Sui (left), Guru Rinpoche (right)
19th March every year is observed globally over 120 countries to commemorate the Mahasamadhi of Grand Master Choa Kok Sui (GMCKS). Bhutan celebrated the Mahasamadhi of GMCKS at Deer Park, Thimphu for the second time on 19th  March, 2014, first time being celebrated last year with the grace of Her Majesty the Queen Mother of Bhutan Ashi Tshering Pem Wangchuck. Her Majesty is the Patron of the Bhutan Pranic Healing Centre.

GMCKS is the founder of Modern Pranic Healing (healing through energy) and Arhatic Yoga and has millions of followers across the world. Mahasamadhi actually defines leaving one’s soul out of one’s physical body intentionally with certain means of spirituality. His soul left his physical body on 19th March, 2007 for the betterment of the world.
Gratitude Cake from Pals Art
Instead of mourning the Mahasamadhi of the Master, healers celebrated the day with great enthusiasm and love. Several healers gathered to offer butter lambs and paid tribute to the master. The wishful pranic prayers were recited and the divine Meditation on Twin Hearts practiced; the Twin Hearts pertain to the crown and heart energy centers (chakras). 

It’s like taking a spiritual shower!

The participant’s wishes were blessed and the energy (aura) cleansed. And obviously the participants blessed the mother earth with love, peace, light, hope and strength. 

I felt that the commemoration overwhelmingly enhanced our positive energy probably generated through the meditation on this particular day unlike other days. Well, I enjoyed the exercising and the dancing programs!

I salute you Master for the divinity you created to bless and heal the world.

Atma Namaste!!!

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Through the Chelela Pass

Unexpectedly traveled to Chelela and it was indeed an exciting journey. The scenery was splendid and beautifully adorned with few patches of snow alongside. Road point at the Pass ranges to an elevation of around 3900 meters above sea level. We climbed uphill nearing around an altitude of 4000 meters asl, just to hoist few prayers flags in order to gain merits. And of course we had some photo sessions triggered by the the scenic beauty of the Pass and the memories are to be implanted though. Here are the some of the pictures shared below:

Hoisted prayer flags, it was windy though, had a tough time.  

Prayer flags fluttering



16th march 2014

Friday, March 14, 2014

Through the Eastern Bhutan Highway (Tashigang - S/Jongkhar)

An elephant sculpture

Locally produced broom at Narphung, Samdrup Kongkhar

Cleora sp. (Moth), Phuntsholing

Areca catechu (Beetle Nut tree) S/Jongkhar

Painters at the newly constructing monastery at Dewathang

Little Buddhas

The newly constructed Monastery at Dewathang

Deer alongside of the wheel at the Monastery

Little Buddhas having leisure period

Through the Eastern Bhutan Highway (Mongar - Tashigang)

Cycas, Photographed on the way to Tashigang. March 2014

Dremetse Lhakhang, the region where Dremetse Nga chham has originated.

Gomphu Kora, circumambulating with the mini prayers wheels.

Stupa at Gomphu Kora, Tashi Yangtse

Doesn't really know, what is depicts. Captured at Sherubtse college.

A mask hung on a  doorway at Tashigang

Sherubtse College clock tower, Kanglung

Collection of various types of rocks

Red Vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus cafer)

Sunset at Tashigang

Magnolia liliflora, exotic to Bhutan

A view from Dremetse, a scattered settlement
Gomphu Kora Temple

Through the Eastern Bhutan Highway (Bumthang - Mongar)

Road blockage due to road widening works. Waited for half an hour.

Fortunately encountered with snow fall, so took a toll for a while. It was exciting though.

Grey Langur; probably hit by a speeding vehicle. They have right to way, one shouldn't obstruct their way. Human activities are always an wildlife intervention.

Thrimshingla Pass, Alt. 12,400 ft.

Lobesa vegetable market, stopped here for the lunch.

Piptanthus nepalensis,  a commonly found plant species.

Traditional alcohol vessel on display at Mongar.

A mini Bhutanese traditional house model. Liked it very much!

Ruins of famous historical Zhongar Dzong on the way to Mongar.

Scene at Thrumshingla Pass endowed with snow.

Kurjee Lhakhang at Bumthang
On the way to the Monastery

Corylopsis himalayana

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Bhutan Biodiversity Portal hits the 1000th Observation Mark!

28 February 2014: After little over two months of the launch of the Bhutan Biodiversity Portal on 17th December 2013, by Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji, Minister for Agriculture and Forests, the observations in the Bhutan Biodiversity Portal ( has raced to 1000!

The observations were contributed by biodiversity enthusiasts from all walks of life and showcased the country’s rich biodiversity as well as the enthusiasm and interest amongst Bhutanese and others in studying, cherishing and conserving it. Currently, there are more than 140 registered users from Bhutan as well as from outside the country, who share their passion, expertise and love for biodiversity on this portal.

The Bhutan Biodiversity Portal- an online repository of information on Bhutan’s Biodiversity, is built through the collective effort of data generators and users. It is currently managed by a consortium of biodiversity agencies within the country and administered by the National Biodiversity Centre.
For further details please visit 



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