Rigzing Rabpel Ling - Our New Program - We need your help!
Located in a village near Rebkong in Amdo, North-East of Tibet, Rigzin Rabpel Ling is the most ancient Ngakpa House in the area. It was built by the rLang family and renovated by Rigzin Palden Tashi (1688-1743) who formed the Great Group of Rebkong Ngakpa know as Rebkong Ngak-Mang.
The Ngakpas and Ngakmas (women practitioners) are Tibetan Yogis who preserve and develop the cultural and non-monastic spiritual tradition of the Tibetan people within modern society.
Their existence is very important for everyone in the Tibetan society as they are always willing to help others through their social and cultural activities (medicine, astrology, guidance to individual, groups and communities, literature, art…).
Under the guidance of Dr. Nida, Director of the International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine (IATTM, the plan is to :
Renovate the Rigzin Rabpel Ling Ngakpa House
Finance high school and university education
Build 3 multi-functional rooms and
a library to provide initial or complementary education to adults and children
Build a retreat center including 8 meditation rooms with shared facilities
Build a small clinic where villagers can be treated according to Traditional Tibetan
Medicine principles and where doctors can study and practice this ancient healing art