Neyphug’s Monks

Over the past few weeks we have gone up to Neyphug Monastery to make offerings to the little monks:  shoes, hats, longjohns.  The 60 young monks are either orphaned, from abusive homes, or otherwise disadvantaged, and Neyphug Tulku has given them a home and education at the monastery.





Published by Kim Roberts

Hi, I'm Kim Roberts. I'm a Contemplative Psychotherapist, teacher and author who shares creative practices that will transform your life. I'm also an artist. I share practical skills to train the mind, manage emotions and maintain mental health.

One thought on “Neyphug’s Monks

  1. I am hoping to go to Bhutan later this year. Can you tell me if it would be a good idea to gather some second hand pants and jumpers and shoes. The second hand shops here see to be over loaded .

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