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Miffi Maxmillion is the SPC at Langri Tangpa Centre, Brisbane Australia and is an FPMT registered teacher. Miffi was brought up a Buddhist and had the great good fortune to play with Lama Yeshe as a child. His hook of compassion sustained her through the many rebellious stages of growing up. She took refuge with Lama Yeshe at age 10, and did her first lamrim and Nyung-ne with Lama Zopa Rinpoche at age 16.
She left behind a thriving haute couture and costume business to help her mother Inta Mckimm (who founded LTC), when she became sick with cancer. Packing her bags for two weeks, she ended up continuing her mother’s life work and running the program. She is still there, teaching classes and leading pujas with great enthusiasm and joy, over twenty years later!
Miffi’s passion is in bridging the seemingly disparate worlds of modern life and the rich inner experience of Buddhist practice. She readily admits to watching far too much late night TV and is an avid New Yorker Magazine reader.