WHITE SKULL MOUNTAIN – GANGRI TOKAR

In PILGRIMAGE by Michael Ash6 Comments

 

From the rise to Gangri Tokar

From the rise to Gangri Tokar

From the rise to Gangri Tokar

From the rise to Gangri Tokar

Child Shepherdress Encountered On The Path ~ Gangri Tokar ~ Tibet

Child Shepherdress Encountered On The Path ~ Gangri Tokar ~ Tibet

Gangri Tokar

Gangri Tokar

View To Distant Kyichu River, Above Longchenpa's Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

View To Distant Kyichu River, Above Longchenpa’s Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

Shephard Girl Met on The Ascent en Route to Longchenpa's Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

Shephard Girl Met on The Ascent en Route to Longchenpa’s Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

Bird In Flight ~ Above Longchenpa's Hermitage ~ Gangri Tokar ~ Tibet

Bird In Flight ~ Above Longchenpa’s Hermitage ~ Gangri Tokar ~ Tibet

Longchenpa's Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

Longchenpa’s Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

Gangri Tokar

Gangri Tokar

View Through Prayer Flags To Distant Kyichu River, Above Longchenpa's Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

View Through Prayer Flags To Distant Kyichu River, Above Longchenpa’s Hermitage, Gangri Tokar, Tibet

Gangri Tokar
the sacred mount
gently

lifts me

into the sky’s
descending
embrace

her falling waters
moistening

nourishing

all that once was
hard

dissolving all
that never
was

may these blessings
emanate

from every breath

that henceforth
passes
through

these lips

dharma rain
glistening

in my eyes

~ on the rise to omniscient longchenpa’s caves of dawning light, september 2007

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Michael Ash

Michael Ash

Michael Ash is a photographer, filmmaker, poet and visionary. He is the founder of the dharma and art projects, The Yogini Project, Dharma Eye, Dakini As Art, and Oddiyan’s Gate. He presently is working on a documentary film ‘Women On The Path’ for The Yogini Project.


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  1. Michael–may I enlist your assistance in getting specific directions to Longchenpa’s Hermitage? Would appreciate it.

  2. Really amazing photos, makes me really appreciate the wisdom beings who have blessed the mountains with their presence.

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