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Selection of Tulku Lobsang’s Teaching Methods

„The wisdom of Buddhism is emptiness
and the method of Buddhism
is compassion.“

Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche

Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche

Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche

Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche is a high Buddhist master and teacher. Born in Amdo, north-eastern Tibet, Tulku-la was recognized at the age of 13 as the eighth reincarnation of the Nyentse Lama. Rinpoche bases his teachings on the ancient knowledge of Tantrayana, which is the foundation of both Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan Medicine. Tulku-la travels through Europe, America and Asia sharing his deep knowledge of this precious wisdom.

Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche’s teachings are characterized by his kind, humorous, and warm-hearted nature. Rinpoche bridges worlds and translates the ancient wisdom of his venerable transmission lineage into practical advice for the present day. Tulku-la’s greatest wish is to reduce suffering in the world by sharing this profound treasure of wisdom. Rinpoche’s traditional background and charismatic, straightforward style make him a wonderful and wise teacher.


„Nothing is difficult until you think it’s difficult.
Nothing is easy until you think it’s easy.“

The Power of Decision

In Buddhism, we have something called zero energy, which is the energy of change, the energy of impermanence. Zero energy is full of potential. Anything can happen; change can occur in any way. When it happens without direction, the result is suffering. Never be against change. You will always lose, because change is the most powerful energy in empty space.

So, change is always there, but we need to make change work how we want it to. This means that we need to decide. With one decision, we can change everything. We don’t need to create change, but we need to make a decision. The moment we decide is the moment that we give direction to the zero energy, to change. Then, change will give us all that we ask. But first we must decide what we want.

Therefore, a decision is the only way to use change how we want. When change brings people suffering it is because of their lack of decision. Whenever we have the power to decide, change will never cause a problem. Change will always help. Change will give us all that we desire and wish for, so we must decide.