The Dalai Lama’s mind palace journals and video diary are in the possession of a private group of monks in the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, the news agency ANA reported.
The Dalai Monads are known to take time off from the monasteries to meditate or study.
They are not officially recognized by the Tibetan government, but their writings are widely available in Tibetan and English-language news outlets.
The monks’ presence at the palace in Lhasan has been described as a symbol of peace and spirituality.
In 2012, the monks were invited to the U.S. to discuss their book, “Tibet and the Other Side,” with President Barack Obama.
In a statement, the monastery’s website described the Dalai-Lamas group as “an important part of the global Buddhist tradition.”
“It is our desire that the monastery and its people and the rest of Tibet continue to contribute to and support peace and harmony in the world,” the website said.