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The Monks

Thubten Gyatso

Ven. Thubten Gyatso (Dr. Adrian Feldmann)

Ven Thubten Gyatso, was ordained by Lama Thubten Yeshe in the 1970s, and was one of the first Westerners to become a monk in the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism. He is a Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition veteran who has been instrumental in establishing a number of Dharma centres including Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery.

Gyatso is the author of The Perfect Mirror and A Leaf in the Wind. Gyatso regularly teaches and leads retreats at Atisha Centre in Bendigo and is Director of Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery.
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Thubten Lhundrup

Ven. Thubten Lhundrup (Chris McGlone)

Ven. Thubten Lhundrup, was ordained by Lama Zopa Rinpoche in 2003 and received gelong vows with His Holiness the Dalai Lama in 2004. Lhundrup first attended Buddhist teachings with Geshe Doga in 1995 at Tara Institute in Melbourne, moved to Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery in 2002, spent 2005 in Darjeeling, India studying Tibetan language and 2014 in McLeod Ganj pursuing further studies. Lhundrup is the author of Practical Meditation.
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Ven. Jampa Choephal

Ven. Jampa Choephal (Shane Brooks)

Ven. Jampa Choephal, was ordained by Khensur Lobsang Thupden Rinpoche in 2002. Following seven years at Sera Jey Monastery in South India studying Tibetan language and Buddhist philosophy, Jampa now lives at Thubten Shedrup Ling and considers it his home monastery.
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Ven. Lozang Yeshe (Ty Cairns)

Ven Lozang Yeshe, was ordained by Khensur Lozang Palden in 2005. Since that time he has resided mainly at Chenrezig Institute in Queensland, engaging in philosophical study and retreat. In 2014 Yeshe visited Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery to help complete the building of the abbot’s residence. Seeing the importance with which the Great Stupa, Atisha Centre and Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery would have for the future of the dharma in Australia, Yeshe decided to stay and make the monastery his home.
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