Khenpo Migmar Tseten visited Laughing River Yoga to share healing energy and teachings on Medicine Buddha (in partnership with Burlington Yoga Conference). It was an honor to have him in the studio, to study, sit, and laugh with such a venerable teacher.
Lama Migmar is an Acharya and the Buddhist Chaplain at Harvard University. He’s one of the USA’s most senior Buddhist monks. Lama Migmar Tseten was born in Tibet in 1956. In 1980, he received the Acharya degree from the Tibetan Institute at Varanasi, where he was recognized for academic achievement by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In addition to his role as Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University and director of the Sakya Institute of Buddhist Studies in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Lama Migmar has served as the head of the Sakya Main Monastery at Puruwala, India, and Sakya Center at Rajpur, India. He directs the Sakya Retreat Center in Barre, Massachusetts. He supervises the editing of many rare volumes of Sakya literature.
If you’re interested in learning more about The Four Noble Truths, regarded as the central teaching of the Buddhist tradition, in an organized and conversational way, check out Lama Migmar’s latest book: Awakening To The Noble Truth, which you can buy on amazon or inquire about ordering through a local store.
To study in person, in –depth, with Lama Migmar, you can attend a Yantra training this fall or winter in Harvard Square at Sakya Center. Guided by Lama Migmar Tseten, this training will offer an unparalleled opportunity to become part of an unbroken lineage of yogis. Mangalam Yantra Yoga techniques were passed from Indian mahasiddhas (powerful Tantric yogis or masters) to Tibetan Lamas in an unbroken lineage for 1,000 years.
Learn more at lamamigmar.net