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Lama Tsultrim & Lama Thubten - Spain


Lama Tsultrim Gyatso began to study Dharma in 1980, in the Kayu Ling monastery in France. He then met the Venerable Kalu Rinpoche with whom he took refuge. He took the vows of Rajum from Venerable Trangu Rinpoche in 1983. In 1986 he took the Getsul vows from Ven. Geshe Lonsan Tsultrin. In 1990, he received the ordination of Gelong by Ven. Bokar Tulku Rinpoche.

He has also received transmissions of the Shampa Kayu and Karma Kayu lineage, received teachings from H.H. Dalai Lama, Sakya Trinzin, Dilgo Khyentse and especially from the Venerable Kalu Rinpoche, Geshe Tamdin Gyatso, Geshe Lobsang Tsultrim. He has twice received the special  preliminaries of Vajrayana and has done Heruka Vajrasattva, Hayagriva, Chittamani Tara retreats under the guidance of Geshe Tamdin Gyatso.

He has also received the great Nancho Nyi initiation by the Venerable Kalu Rinpoche and initiations and transmissions of the four lineages as well as Nangpa Nelyor, transmission of Kunye massage.

At the present time, he is doing the practices of the four lineages, emphasizing the Rime movement; and he is very much linked with respect and special connection to Lama Gangchen Rinpoche and His teachings.



He began studying Dharma in 1990 with Venerable Lama Gyatsem in Dag Shang Kayu, taking refuge and initiations of Amitayus, Mahakala, Manjushri and Chenresig. In 1992, he met the Venerable Geshe Tamdin Gyatso whit whom he feels a very special connection. He took the Getsul vows in Menorca, in Gangden Choling and the initiations and commentaries of Vajrayogini Naro Kacho, Green Tara, Vajrapani, Sangye Mela as well as teachings and  initiations of Tibetan astrology and the initiation of Yamantaka. He has done Chenresig, Sangye Menla and Green Tara retreats. He is studying and specializing in the Vajrayogini tantra of H.H. Jetsun Kusho. He has  received Vajrayogini Naro Kacho, Hidra Kacho initiations. He has received teachings on Shine and Lakton from Venerable Ludhin Ken Rinpoche.

He has received teachings on the paramitas, the initiation and commentary of Guru Rinpoche and the great initiation of Vajrakilaya from H.H. Sakya Trinzin.

In present times he is studying and practising the teachings of Lama Gangchen Rinpoche.

He is holder of the Kum-ye lineage, Nangpa Nelyor, transmitted by Lama Tsultrim Gyamtso from whom he has received the lineages of Buddhist Chi-Kung.

NgalSo Yoga Trulkor

This tantric practice consists of different selfhealing therapies as well as a purification of the body, speech and mind, the environment and the five inner and outer elements.

The exercises of Ngalso Trulkor are part of the secret yogic traditions of Gangchen and Sakya monasteries of West Tibet. They are represented in the bas-relief of the mandala stupa of Borobudur, in the Indonesian island of Java.

These yogic exercises can be practiced by anyone – regardless of a person’s spiritual and philosophical makeup – whose aim is selfhealing and also by those who wish to create a base for deeper tantric meditations.

They can also be used for simply improving our well-being and health, as in the recovery of body movement, the improvement of blood circulation, revitalization of inner organs, relaxation of muscular tension and the body in general.

The practice of Ngalso Trulkor exercises reduces high blood pressure and palpitations; it also increases mental calmness and joy creating harmony in relationship to others. As a path to enlightenment however, these exercises assume the training of renunciation, the development of bodhicitta and the correct vision of emptiness.

These exercises are a combination of movements, symbols, colours, breathing, self-massage, together with concentration on the subtle channels and charkas as well as the recitation of mantras in order to understand the deep experience of peace in space. Ngalso Trulkor is an inner therapy that connects with the outside world through the understanding of the nature of space and mind.

This is not a simple theory, it is an experience transmitted from great yogis to future generations.