Yeshin Norbu

Below we have collected some of our policies that might be of interest to our members and visitors.


Yeshin Norbu is goverened by a non-profit. You can find our bylaws here.

Ethical policy

All those associated with Yeshin Norbu Meditation centre follow FPMT’s ethical policy. We also follow FPMT:s ‘Protecting from Abuse Policy’ 


Grievance procedure 

Do you have a complaint or issue you would like to raise with us? We have developed a grievance procedure for these circumstances, which you can find via this link.

Data protection policy

Link to our Data protection policy.


Sales policy

Link to our Sales policy.


Missed class policy

Link to our Missed class policy.


Policy regarding Shugden (Dogyal)

Shugden (Dogyal) is a practice that the Dalai Lama advises against, but which is practiced for example within the organization NKT. Those in service or teaching in FPMT centers, projects and services do not engage in the practice of Shugden.

Students regularly attending FPMT centers should not practice Shugden.
FPMT teachers and key staff should not attend teachings by teachers who are known Shugden practitioners.

Please read FPMT’s Collection of Advice Regarding Shugden (Dogyal).


Minutes from annual general meetings (in Swedish)

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