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Geshe Namgyal Wangchen was born in Tibet in 1934 and educated at Drepung Monastary. In 1959, along with His Holiness the Dalia Lama and 100,000 other Tibetans, he fled the Chinese occupation of his homeland. During the 1980's he began teaching Western students in London, England. He now lives and teaches in the reestablished Drepung Monastery in India.
"Geshe Wangchen is one of those rare teachers who was trained in Old Tibet, and carries the lineages and blessings of the great masters who accompanied the Dalai Lama into exile in 1959. In some ways he is special within that very elite circle of great teachers, because he also has the distinction of having been chosen by the Dalai Lama to teach in the West for a number of years. His most wonderful book, Step By Step, reflects this multidimensional aspect of his background. It embodies the profound training and intense realization of that is the legacy of Tibet, with the easy access quality of modern Buddhist teachers in the West. Indeed, it is a delight for all of those with the auspicious destiny to encounter it, providing a dramatic and thrilling guide to the foundational practices leading to higher consciousness and enlightenment."--Glenn H. Mullin, author of The Fourteen Dalai Lamas