Teachers & Instructores

Ani Sherab Wangmo

Ani Sherab WangmoAni Sherab Wangmo is a nun of the Yungdrung Bön Tradition, an authorized instructor of the Lineage, and a practitioner for 22 years. Her name means "the nun initiated in wisdom" and her monastic vows Getsukma were bestowed by His Holiness Lungtok Tenpai Nyima, Abbot of the Menri Monastery in India. She was in charge of the fundraising of the Bön Children and Monks of the two main monasteries. She made a pilgrimage to Zhang Zhung sacred sites in Tibet in 2005, especially Bon monasteries in the area that held the last capital of the Empire. One of the fruits of this pilgrimage was the collection of relics and sacred offerings for incorporation into the Bön Stupa of Torreon, the Bön Stupa for World Peace in Chammaling, Valle de Bravo and two Stupas in Dolpo.  

 

 

 

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Amalia Gómez

Member of the Founder Board of Centro Garuda Asociación Cultural Tibetana, A.C. (Ligmincha Mexico) from 1997 to November 2011. Founder and Director of Centro Garuda Asociación Cultural Tibetana, A.C. (Ligmincha Mexico) from 1997 to November 2011. Director of teaching at Member of the Founder Board of Centro Garuda Asociación Cultural Tibetana, A.C. (Ligmincha Mexico) from 1997 to November 2011. Founder and Director of Centro Garuda Asociación Cultural Tibetana, A.C. (Ligmincha Mexico) from 1997 to November 2011. Director of teaching at Garuda Center Tibetan Cultural Association, A.C. Bön - Buddhism tradition from from 1999 to 2004.

 

 

 

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Carlos Madero

En el año de 2002 tuvo contacto con Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche y desde entonces ha permanecido y fortalecido su crecimiento espiritual bajo el cobijo del Linaje del Yundrung Bön. En el 2010 siendo Director  General de Ligmincha México , estuvo a su cargo la organización del evento para la consagración de la Stupa para La Paz del Mundo en Valle de Bravo. Es fundador del centro de retiros de Chamma Ling Torreón. Tenzin Wangyal lo nombro Umdze y recientemente Instructor de Ligmincha México. Actualmente forma parte  del Consejo de Ligmincha México y Ligmincha Internacional.

 

 

 

 

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Geshe Tenzin Wangyal RInpoche

Geshe Tenzin Wangyal RínpocheGeshe Tenzin Wangyal Rínpoche, es el fundador y director espiritual del Instituto Ligmincha (1992) en Virginia, Estados Unidos y de Ligmincha México (antes Garuda Asociación Cultural Tibetana en México  fundada en 1995), entre otros centros. Es un aclamado autor así como un maestro altamente respetado y amado por sus alumnos a lo largo de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica, México, Europa y Sudamérica. Con fluidez en su dominio del idioma Inglés, Lama Tenzin es reconocido por la profundidad de su conocimiento, su estilo claro y comprometido para enseñar, y su capacidad para hacer  las antiguas enseñanzas Tibetanas altamente accesibles y relevantes para las vidas de los occidentales.

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Lama Kalsang Nyima

Lama Lhari-la Kalsang Nyima

Lama Kalsang Nyima is the resident teacher for Ligmincha Mexico.

Lama Kalsang Nyima was born in 1970 in the village of Tad, province of Dolpo, western Nepal. Dolpo is culturally Tibetan and home to 14 Bonpo monasteries and many great Bonpo masters. Lhari-la's family includes many great practitioners, among them his grandfather Lama Lhagyep Rinpoche. Renowned as a dzogchenpa, Lama Lhagyep took his vows in Tibet from the previous incarnation of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, the revered master Khyung Tul Rinpoche.

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Lama Yungdrung Lodoe

Geshe Yungdrung Lodoe

Lama Yungdrung Lodoe lives in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, where he is a teacher with Ligmincha Mexico. Born in Tenchen, Tibet, in 1978, Yungdrung Lodoe entered Tondol Ritod Monastery in Chumpo, Tibet, at age 9. There, he received training and teachings on rituals, practices and ceremonies for three years, followed by three years of meditating while in retreat in the mountains.

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Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap

Geshe Nyima KunchapGeshe Murig Nyima kunchap was born in 1064 in a small village called Tichu-rong, at Dolpo Nepal, once a province of Zhang Zhung. Ever since he was eight years old he he studied Tibetan language and literatura as well as measuring the Thanka paintings and Stupas with his grandfather. From forteen to seventeen years old he learned how to make  sacramental Tormas and teh realization of many rituals and offerings. He received oral instructions of preliminary practices and initiations from his root master Barle Rinpoche. Since then he lives at Menri Monastery where he is a monk.

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