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Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang es la inspiración y el maestro raíz de Sorig Khang México, quien guía a los maestros que nos visitan para compartir con nosotros las tradiciones espirituales y medicinales de Tibet.

Dr. Nida nació en Amdo, al noreste del Tibet. Siempre estuvo interesado en la tradición del Sowa Rigpa, la ciencia de sanación de su cultura natal y empezó sus estudios de medicina en el hospital tibetano local. Posteriormente estudió en la Universidad Tibetana de Lhasa, donde completó su carrera en medicina en 1996. Terminó su entrenamiento práctico de medicina tibetana en los hospitales de Lhasa y Lhoka.

Al mismo tiempo que cursó su educación formal en medicina, Dr Nida completó su entrenamiento en Budismo Vajrayana en las tradiciones de Longchen Nyingthing y Dudjom Tersar. Además se entrenó en la tradición del linaje de Yuthok Nyingthig, la contraparte espiritual del Sowa Rigpa, con sus maestros raíz Khenchen Troru Tsenam y Khenpo Tsultrim Gyaltsen.

Dr. Nida ha publicado muchos artículos y libros sobre Sowa Rigpa (Medicina Tradicional Tibetana) y sobre la tradición de Yuthok Nyingthig. Ha investigado extensivamente los métodos antiguos de sanción tibetanos y ha logrado un alto reconocimiento tanto en Asia como en el Occidente por haber revivido las tradicionales terapias tibetanas de sanación externas.

Dr. Nida es el Co-Fundador y Director Médico de Sorig Khang International (antes conocido cómo International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine) y co-fundador del International Ngakmang Institute, establecido para mantener y preservar la cultura yógica de Rebkong Ngakpa dentro de la cultura contemporánea tibetana. Tiene estudiantes de Sowa Rigpa y de la tradición espiritual de Yuthok Nyingthig en más de 40 países alrededor del mundo.


About Dr. Nida

 

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang is a traditional Tibetan physician and lineage holder of the Yuthok Nyingthig, the unique spiritual healing tradition of Tibetan Medicine. Born in Amdo, in North Eastern Tibet, he began his early medical studies at the local Tibetan Medicine hospital. Later he was awarded scholarship to enter the Lhasa Tibetan Medical University, where he completed his medical education in 1996 with practical training at the Tibetan Medicine hospitals in Lhasa and Lhoka.

Alongside his medical education, Dr. Nida trained in Vajrayana with teachers from every school of Tibetan Buddhism, especially in the Longchen Nyingthig of the Nyingma school from his root teacher Ani Ngawang Gyaltsen and in the Dudjom Tersar lineage from Chönyid Rinpoche and Sremo Dechen Yudron. He received complete teachings in the Yuthok Nyingthig lineage, the unique spiritual tradition of Tibetan Medicine, from his teachers Khenpo Tsultrim Gyaltsen and Khenchen Troru Tsenam, and was requested to continue the lineage by Jamyang Rinpoche of the Rebkong ngakpa/ma (non-monastic yogi and yogini) tradition.

A well-known poet in his youth, Dr. Nida later published many articles and books on Sowa Rigpa (Traditional Tibetan Medicine) and the Yuthok Nyingthig tradition both in the Tibetan and English languages which have been translated into several languages. He has extensively researched ancient Tibetan healing methods, and has gained high acclaim in the East and West for his revival of little known traditional Tibetan external healing therapies.

Dr. Nida is the Medical Director and principal teacher of Sorig Khang International and the Sowa Rigpa Institute: School of Traditional Tibetan Medicine; Co-Founder of the International Ngakmang Institute, established to preserve and maintain the Rebkong ngakpa non-monastic yogi/ini culture within modern Tibetan society; and Co-Founder of Pure Land Farms: Center for Tibetan Medicine, Meditation and Rejuvenation in Los Angeles, California.

In addition to his work as a physician, he trains students in Sowa Rigpa and the Yuthok Nyingthig tradition in over forty countries around the world.

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