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Geshe Khorden Lhundup Gyaltsen - born 15th December 1976 in Bachen city laying in Hor region (Kham, Tibet). He had begun his education in the Bon tradition before he had joined in the monastery, receiving ngondro ngozhi and dzogchen teachings, teachings from the fields of Kanjur and Tenjur texts. Afterwards, he joined in to the Menri Monastery, where he studied sutra, tantra and dzogchen, philosophy, logic, Tibetan grammar, poetry, astrology and sanskrit. In 2008 he attained geshe degree of Menri Monastery. Now lives in Paris, France, where he is improving his French language and provides Trul Khor yoga and meditation practice classes. He cooperates also with Ecole pratique des hautes études (EPHE, Sorbonne) and its professor of Tibetan philology and history - Charles Ramble.

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Geshe Khorden Lhundup Gyaltsen - born 15th December 1976 in Bachen city laying in Hor region (Kham, Tibet). He had begun his education in the Bon tradition before he had joined in the monastery, receiving ngondro ngozhi and dzogchen teachings from Togden Drimey Yungdrung Rinpoche. Togden Sherab Phuntsok Rinpoche shared with him the teachings from the fields of Kanjur and Tenjur texts and Shardza Rinpoche's dzogchen teachings as well. With the guidance of Togden Tsultrim Gaba Rinpoche, Geshe practiced tsa lung and rushen practice. Afterwards, he joined in to the Menri Monastery, where he studied sutra, tantra and dzogchen, philosophy, logic, Tibetan grammar, poetry, astrology and sanskrit, led by H.H. Menri Trizin Rinpoche, H.E. Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche and Menri Ponlob Trinley Nyima Rinpoche. In 2008 he attained geshe degree of Menri Monastery. In the same year was published his book written in Tibetan "The Base of the Great Way's Path and the Fruits of the Precious Jewel" (tib. Theg pa Chen poi' gZhi Lam 'bras gSum Gyi rNam bZhag mDo Tsam bsTan pa Rin Chen 'phreng ba bZhugs). In 2009 Geshe Khorden Lhundup left to Dharamsala (India), where he spent a year to learn English. After that he left to France.

Geshe Khorden Lhundup lives in Paris, France, where he is improving his French language and provides Trul Khor yoga and meditation practice classes. He cooperates also with Ecole pratique des hautes études (EPHE, Sorbonne) in Paris and its professor of Tibetan philology and history - Charles Ramble.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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