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Gomchen Gampala

Ngawang Norbu Gomchen Gampala (1901-84) the great meditator was an emanation of the renowned fifteenth century Tibetan Lama, Thangtong Gyälpo—mahasiddha, healer, scholar, poet and scientist—who invented a method of forging steel and developed chain-link bridges in Tibet. Gomchen-la lived in a cave high in the mountains of Solu Khumbu, Nepal.


Teachings from Gomchen Gampala

Advice on Guru Practice

Advice on Guru Practice
A teaching by Gomchen Gampala to students in a lam-rim retreat and the monks and nuns of the International Mahayana Institute in Kopan Monastery, Nepal, 1975.