Creation, sharing experience
"Yang" (tib.: dbyangs) is a Tibetan word which means "tune". Since related to the Devi Sarasvati it is also often referred to as "Dra Yang" (tib.: sgra.dbyangs.), and Sarasvati often is called Drayang Lhamo, goddess of sound and tune. Thus, her domain is deep insight and the creative arts.
The tune of Dharma is the origin of all phenomena. Everything is sound, everything animate, solid or inanimate, all is vibrating and thus moving, at a different pace. However, this fundamental vibration or tune is not heard by ordinary ears and hearing. The tune of Sarasvati is the sound of creation, and this is what we intend to offer to the audience. This tune is the gateway towards the original, fundamental sound of everything.
This term "Yang" is not exactly the same as in "Long Yang", our spiritual heritage. Spoken in the same way, but written differently. Here, "Yang" is written in Tibetan script as "dbyangs", and in Long Yang it is written as "yang". As mentioned, this "Yang" here means tune, and the "Yang" of "Long Yang" means wide or vast.