We are happy to announce that the Tibetan Buddhist center Phuntsok Chö Ling is organizing a weekend in which Lama Jigmé Namgyal will give an introduction to the practice of Phowa. The Practice of Phowa Introduction weekend with Lama Jigmé Namgyal Everything that is born will die at a certain moment, that is a universal truth. Whether we […]
We are happy to announce that the Centre will be open for group meditation on Sunday 27 October and Sunday 3 November from 6pm to 7pm.
The Centre Culturel Tibétain is happy to announce the upcoming Winter retreat in Luxembourg during which Lama Jigmé Namgyal will share teachings on Phowa (Tibetan: འཕོ་བ, literally meaning “transference of consciousness”) over a period of 5 days at the end of December 2019. For more information see here.
We would like to inform you that Lama Jigme will give the series of teachings and fundamentals in meditation at the University of Luxembourg. This event is organized by Espace Culture that seeks to add a cultural dimension to the main tasks of the University of Luxembourg, namely learning and research. Discovering inner peace A […]
Dear friends, We are pleased to announce that the registrations for the upcoming courses starting in January are open. Please check the information about the courses here. For organisational reasons, please confirm your attendance at the courses by sending us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tibetan Cultural Centre Luxembourg was founded by Lama Jigmé Namgyal with the vision of sharing the insights of Tibetan culture with the society of Luxembourg. Its goal is to benefit individuals, organizations and society in general, as well as to preserve this unique wisdom culture for future generations.
Lama Jigmé Namgyal Lama Jigmé Namgyal was born into a nomad family in Golog, in the eastern part of Tibet, where he studied Buddhism from a young age. His root teacher was Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok, with whom he studied at the university of Serthar Larung Gar. After consulting his teachers, Lama Jigmé Namgyal decided to […]
The Tibetan cultural identity expresses itself in a variety of ways, including music, dance, literature and art, science, philosophy, medicine, astrology and spiritual practice. All are characterized by the development of basic human values, such as love, compassion and non-violence. Nowadays Tibetan culture is very much endangered; it is therefore fundamental to preserve this culture in […]