|Naljorma Rin’dzin Pamo|
Naljorma Rin’dzin Pamo
Naljorma Rin’dzin Pamo was ordained in 2002 by Ngak’chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen. She first practised Buddhist meditation in India in 1990, and practised with other Buddhist groups in Britain prior to taking apprenticeship with the Aro Lamas.
Rin’dzin is a physically active pamo. She trains in the martial arts and practises grappling and the sPrul-khor (yogic exercises) of the Ling Gésar gTerma. Communication with birds is an aspect of Rin’dzin’s practice. She loves birds and will seize any opportunity to disappear into the wilderness with a pair of binoculars. In the picture she is paragliding with an Egyptian vulture.
Rin’dzin trained in Gestalt psychotherapy and worked for some years in mental health rehabilitation and employment training. She also worked in International Community Development and, more recently, as a public representative for Amnesty International. Her work has influenced her pragmatic approach to answering questions based in practice. She enjoyed using media skills gained through her working life to represent the Aro lineage in TV programmes and on the radio.
She left work in 2006 for post-graduate study at the School of Oriental and African Studies and London School of Economics. Rin’dzin now lives sometimes in the US and the UK and travels a lot.
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