Tibetan yoga


The 6 yogas of Naropa

Mount Kailash is located in Tibet and culminates at the altitude of 6638 m, not far from the Manasarovar and Rakshastal lakes.

This mountain is sacred to several religions.

For Buddhists: it is the home of Bodhisattva Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara in Sanskrit, Kwan yin in Chinese), of whom the Dalai Lama is the reincarnation.

There is the entrance to the mythical kingdom of Shambala, (which is only visible to spiritually advanced people).

This mountain is also Mount Meru, considered "the axis of the world" and the residence of the gods, by Persian, Buddhist, Hindu and Jain mythologies.

For Hindus, it is the home of Shiva and Mount Meru.

It is also sacred for the Bönpos, followers of the pre-Buddhist Bön tradition, recognized by the 14th Dalai Lama as the fifth tradition.

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"Tibetan Yoga and the Secret Doctrines" succinctly describes Naropa's six yogas.
You will find in the works below details, a deepening, and instructions for a practice of these yogas.


inner heat yoga
illusory body yoga
clear light yoga
dream state yoga
yoga of the intermediate state between death and rebirth
yoga of transference of consciousness at the time of death
The tibetan yogas of dream and sleep
The tibetan book of the dead
Living meaningfully dying joyfully

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche's book gives us the basics of dream state yoga practice(and deeper sleep state) yoga , in a very detailed and clear way. These techniques were hitherto undisclosed in the Western world and are all the more valuable.

The Bardo Thodol meaning "Liberation through Listening in the Intermediate States" known in the West as the "Tibetan Book of the Dead" gives insights into the practice of intermediate state yoga.

Living meaninfully, dying joyfully

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso's book introduces us to the practice of the yoga of transference of consciousness.

Awakening the luminous mind

Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche's book offers us an approach to the yoga of clear light.


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The tsa lung of Tibetan yoga, taught in this book by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, proposes breathing exercises and body postures, coupled with visualizations and meditations, which act on the subtle body.
Awakening the sacred body