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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.“

Tummo - The Inner Fire Teaching: The secret power within all of us

An Introduction to Tummo, the inner fire practice. Tummo is our wisdom fire. It is something we naturally have within our bodies. Through a combination of movements, breathing techniques and visualizations we generate the Tummo flame and spread it throughout the body. On a physical level the Tummo fire increases our self-healing powers. On an energetic level, it surges energy throughout our body. On the level of mind, Tummo is the source of love, joy, happiness and bliss.

In 2020 Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche gave a six months online course on "Tummo - the inner fire practice" where the Tibetan Buddhist master and Tummo expert shared his wisdom about Tummo-inner fire with us. Through the practice, the flame grows, starting from below the navel and rising higher and higher. This inner warmth softly penetrates each of the main chakras, spreading to all the branches and every pore of our body. Our chakras are secret doors through which we can access our bliss body (Sambhogakaya) and our clear light mind (Dharmakaya). Tummo is the key to open these secret doors. Entering through those doors means that we find our true home inside ourselves: we reach our innate Buddha nature - the perfect union of ultimate love and compassion.