Jampa Chojor Chimu
He is one of the three founders of the Compassion Garden Buddhist Foundation. The three founders bring together contributions of wisdom from the East and the West, and a commitment to compassion and social aid without borders. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Director of the Madrid Center and the Geyje Norling Center.
- Born in the Tibetan culture zone of North India in 1978
- Buddhist monk since 1984
- Initial education in the Monasteries of Geyje Norling and Tawang Gaden Namgyal Lhatse (India), where from a young age he carried out activities to help the population in need of the area
- Advanced studies in Buddhist Philosophy at Ganden Jangtse Monastery (India).
- He was director of the dharma centers of the Chockhörling Association in Spain
- He oversees the Geyje Norling Center in India from Spain and with frequent trips. Geyje Norling is a monastery and charity recognized by the State of Arunachal Pradesh in India
- Doctor in Tibetan Sowa-Rigpa Practice*, with extensive experience in India
- Professor of Buddhist Practices
* Tibetan Sowa-Rigpa Practice is a natural practice of preventive care of the body developed over centuries that uses natural methods in both assessment and treatment. In the former, it uses, for example, the pulse and the perception of the external appearance of the body. In the treatment it uses means such as changes in lifestyle and nutrition.