Beyul is a Tibetan term for a place where the physical and spiritual worlds are known to overlap. It is believed that Pilgrims who travel to these wild and distant places often recount extraordinary experiences similar to those encountered by Buddhist spiritual practitioners on their path to Liberation.
The founder of Buddhism in Tibet, known as Guru Rinpoche, blessed these hidden valleys as sacred refuges only to be discovered when the world became too corrupt for spiritual practice. For centuries, Beyul locations were kept on sacred scrolls hidden under rocks and inside caves, monasteries and stupas.
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