Buddhism is a method for achieving our unchangeable, innate happiness. When we practice Buddhism, we practice wisdom and method combined, inseparably.
On the Tantrayana path—the foundation of Tulku Lobsang’s teachings—the body is the vehicle for the development and transformation of the self.
Bön is the indigenous spiritual tradition of Tibet. It teaches us about deepening our connection with the five elements, which are the fundamental energetic qualities of all phenomena.
The principle of Tibetan Medicine is that whatever is beneficial is medicine and whatever causes suffering is disease. Ultimately, all disease is ignorance, and the ultimate medicine is wisdom.
Astrology is a fundamental part of Tibetan culture. It functions on the principle of interdependence, particularly of the five elements and time. Astrology and medicine support each other as wisdom and method, respectively.
Tulku Lobsang is a man that bridges worlds. Deeply rooted in Buddhist Tantrayana, Bön and Tibetan Medicine, he travels the world sharing ancient wisdom and methods to improve our modern lives.
Nangten Menlang is dedicated to preserving the Tibetan culture and its healing wisdom by offering lectures, retreats and educations worldwide.
The Nying Drod project is a bridge between continents. It connects those who wish to give to those that need support. 100% of funds donated to Nying Drod go directly to a Tibetan person in need.
Words are concepts, but the right words can take us beyond concept. May reflection upon these words expand your understanding of yourself, your relationships, and the world we live in together.
Many questions were submitted to Tulku Lobsang, and he answered. Perhaps you will find the answer to your question too!
Together we pray that Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche may live a long, full and vibrant life so that we may continue to benefit from his deep wisdom. We pray that he may be successful on his path of reducing the suffering of all sentient beings.
It is not enough to simply hear a teaching. For a teaching to have true, lasting benefit it needs to be given in the right way and taken in the right way. We need the right teacher, the right teaching, and the right way to receive.
Lu Jong is an ancient practice rooted in Tibetan Medicine that releases blockages on the physical, mental and energetic levels. Doing this movement practice makes us healthier, and also more calm and balanced.
With Tsa Lung we work with the breath. This is the way to touch deep within the body and open more subtle channels. Change the breath; change the mind.
This Inner Fire practice is a method for deep transformation. It opens us on the subtlest level, melts our karmic blockages and completely changes us. Our body is the diamond key. Through it, we are able to achieve diamond wisdom.
This practice utilizes the vehicle of the body to enable us to go beyond the conceptual mind. In this way we achieve higher realizations about the nature of ourselves and reality and develop deep compassion.
Rigpa is how we come to know the true nature of the mind, which is emptiness. Because of emptiness, everything arises. When we know the mind, we know all.
Guru Yoga is the spine of Tantrayana. Without this feeling, there is no strength, no power. By cultivating devotion, we reduce our obstacles and receive blessings in our practice.
Problems are our best teachers. They give us the opportunity to transform ourselves. Lo Jong shows us to use problems to train our mind to be calm and peaceful in any situation.
Kum Nye is Tibetan massage. It helps spread our essence throughout the body and makes everything flow. This restoration is especially important for Tantrayana practitioners, since we work so intensively with the body and channels.
Tulku Lobsang founded this Wisdom Sword Practice—a moving meditation with a sword. This powerful technique harnesses our inner power, bringing us swiftly into the present moment, slaying our fears and expectations.
If we can cut through the illusion of temporary existence, if we can recognize that nothing exists the way we believe it to and that it is just a projection of our thought, then we can exist infinitely.
Every time we fall asleep we naturally reach the clear light state of mind, the most pure, subtle consciousness. This happens automatically, but to catch it and achieve realizations, we need to practice.
Even when we are asleep we can continue our Buddhist practices. With Dream Yoga we try to realize the dream as a dream, and then we can understand illusion.
With exercises and meditations we can prepare ourselves now to navigate the different phases of death. In this way, we will recognize when we enter Bardo, the intermediate state, and thereby have a profound affect on our next life.
This is a yogic running technique. Using visualizations and special breath techniques, one can learn to harness great power and boundless energy.
Learn to enter the present moment through mindfulness, and find the key to change your whole life.
We don’t realize how powerful our minds are! When we use its power, we can totally change our lives and make them like heaven. Tulku Lobsang introduces us to our own power.
Tulku Lobsang has appeared on several national TV shows. Watch videos of Tulku Lobsang’s interviews as well as demonstrations of some of the practices.
Here you can listen to radio shows on which Tulku Lobsang has been a featured guest.
View a selection of pictures of Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche.
Articles about Tulku Lobsang’s teachings and philosophy have appeared in many magazines. Here you can read a selection of these articles.
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Looking for books that expand your mind and open your heart? You can find them here!
Find the right music or meditation CD to accompany your practice, or to simply brighten your day.
Enjoy teachings with Tulku Lobsang in the comfort of your own home. These instructional DVDs will guide you through his special movement meditation practices.
We offer several accessories to support your meditation practice, including meditation belts and malas.
There is a wide selection of inspirational photos and postcards of Tulku Lobsang.