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Fasting, Buddhism, and Meditation – an Interview with Lharampa Tenzin Kalde‪n‬

During the Buchinger Wilhelmi Mindfulness Meditation Week, Lharampa Tenzin Kalden was teaching classes like Gentle Tibetan Lu Jong Yoga and Meditation, Mindfulness and Metta Meditation, and held lectures in the clinic at Lake Constance.

Dr Francoise Wilhelmi de Toledo, the scientific director of the Buchinger Wilhelmi clinics, had the chance to interview Lharampa Tenzin Kalden about Fasting, Buddhism, and Meditation.

Lharampa Tenzin Kalden is a Buddhist monk and meditation instructor who teaches traditional mindfulness meditation methods and Tibetan Lu Jong yoga. Born in Tibet and raised in Europe, he studied at the Sera Monastic University inSouth India for 17 years, where he graduated in the five great sciences of Buddhism. He was awarded the title of Rabjampa and achieved the highest scholastic level of Lharampa. For the last nine years, Lharampa Tenzin Kalden has organized training courses in Buddhist philosophy and meditation retreats in Europe. He teaches and practices Lu Jong and Tsa Lung Yoga, which he learned in India from Tulku Lama.