Teachings from Rinpoche Tulku Lama Lobsang

Tibetan spiritual leader
8th reincarnation of Tibetan Lama Nyentse
Buddhist master, teacher, traditional Tibetan medicine practitioner and astrologer


22/03/2024 from 16:30 – 24/03/2024 to 15:30


Náměšť Nad Oslavou – the address will be specified and will be sent to event participants via email

For whom

Suitable for both beginners and advanced students
Teaching takes place in English, interpretation into ČJ provided

The price includes meals

Price without accommodation CZK 12,095 / €494
Price with accommodation CZK 13,995 / €571

The event has a limited number of places, so we recommend you register as soon as possible. Invoicing with payment will take place in February 2024.

Teaching topic: Fearless death

This theme does not mean only physical death, but everything that surrounds us, because everything sometimes comes into being or is born, and thus one day it also disappears or dies. But it is not only death as we know it that is meant, but everything that we invent and give birth to with our minds is occupied by this theme. So this topic is mainly about our setup. It depends on the mindset we have from our parents, school, system and others. And our thoughts create our whole life. In the course of our life, many ideas are born and die with the help of the mind, and some of them are realized, live, and then they are subsequently terminated with time, i.e. they also succumb to death. Because of this, we encounter death and birth all the time, even if we are not aware of it. So it depends on how we use our mindset, and what we allow our mind to help us create, and whether it is a conscious or unconscious decision. Do we ever let our minds control us or can we control our minds? It is necessary to know that everything that happens to us in life has a seed in our thoughts. So the question is how we use our mind to create our life and whether it is beneficial or not. So let’s let what doesn’t work for us die and in this seminar we can learn how and also how to work with our mind so that it doesn’t affect us negatively. Then we perceive and experience natural classical death in our lives.

What does Rinpoche Tulku Lama Lobsang himself say about the subject of death?

The subject of death is one of the most important events in our lives. We will all face death, no matter who we are. We know this and yet somehow we forget. Perhaps it is because of the fear of the unknown that we often pretend that death does not exist. But according to Buddhist teachings, death is an opportunity. It is the moment when we can be in our true nature – in a clear light state of mind. Death is not only something that happens on the outside (people see us as dead), but it is also something that happens on the inside.

It is a body and mind experience. Buddhism explains this experience exactly. The elements that make up our body and mind dissolve into each other one by one. Each dissolution creates a certain state of mind. It may seem very foreign, but we actually experience it every 24 hours. This is called the „little death“ and it happens when we fall asleep. The way we fall asleep is exactly the way we die. We can use a little death to train ourselves and learn to walk through this experience. This is how we prepare for a fearless death.

If we can learn how to recognize and remain in the clear light state of mind that happens after death, it will have a profound impact on our next life. In the state between life and death, called the Bardo, all sorts of things can appear and provoke our emotions. This is just like a dream. It is not real and yet it is real because it creates real reactions in us. We must learn to recognize this dream and keep a calm and clear mind, because this is what matters most. If you too want to know the magic of old Tibet and know how to work with your mind, how to grasp your life correctly, before your time of departure comes, then we have this unique opportunity for you to experience a live teaching from Lama Rinpoche Tulku Lobsang himself.

In addition to all the wisdom that will greatly enrich your quality of life, you will receive a blessing from Rinpoche Tulku Lobsang through your 3rd eye

Kata Ceremony – Shawl Blessing:
During this teaching, Rinpoche will offer a short blessing ceremony. You can use this ceremony with this blessing shawl – Kata where you approach Rinpoche Tulk Lobsang with the Kata folded half held in a prayer mudra position. Rinpoche will then place the Kata over your head as a blessing. If you have one, you can bring your own Kata or purchase one at the seminar.

Detailed info and what to take with you?

The seminar starts on Friday, March 22, 2024 at 4:30 p.m. (Accommodation will be available from 3:30 p.m. to 4:20 p.m.) and the seminar ends on Sunday, March 24, 2024 at 3:30 p.m.

Please bring: meditation cushion, blanket/yoga mat, comfortable clothing, stationery and notepad, sealable bottle

The price of CZK 13,995 / €571  includes:
Accommodation in a double room or shared room with three or four beds, teaching by Rinpoche Tulku Lobsang, hall rental, translator into Czech and all other fees, 2x breakfast, 1x coffee break, 2x vegetarian lunch, 2x vegetarian dinner, water with lemon will be available throughout the event, other drinks are paid according to consumption).

Single rooms are not available. The price of all rooms is the same.

The price without accommodation is: CZK 12,095 / €494 (everything described above, excluding accommodation, is included in the price)

When registering for this seminar, please write your preferred type of accommodation, which you will enter in the registration notes.

Since the event will also be published for foreign interested parties and the capacity is limited, we recommend that you register your place as soon as possible.

Arrival by car:

Free parking in front of the congress.
The congress is close to the D1 highway between Prague and Brno.

There is a highway from Brno or Prague – drive 162 km at the exit and then drive 10 km to the final destination.

Arrival by train:
It is possible to get directly from Brno to Náměště nad Oslavou by train. The journey from Brno to the final destination takes 40 minutes.

Arrival by bus:
You can use the bus from Prague.

Arrival by plane:
The airport is in Brno. Brno is 45 km from the final destination – Náměšť nad Oslavou. After arriving in Brno, you can travel by train to your final destination.

Photo gallery from Tulku Lama Lobsang’s previous teachings in the Czech Republic

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