• Slide 3
  • Slide 2
  • Slide 1

About Tulku Thondup

Tulku Thondup

Tulku Thondup Rinpoche was born in Golok, Eastern Tibet. At the age of five, every aspect of his life changed suddenly and dramatically. He was recognized as the reincarnation of Khenpo Konchog Dronme (Khenpo Kome)...[Read More]

wheel-300x300

Loving-kindness is the thought of wishing total happiness for others and putting that wish into practice. It is the thought of unconditioned, pure, and universal love towards all beings without attachment, self-centeredness, or expectation of rewards.

 

-Tulku Thondup

Publications

The Heart of Unconditional Love

The unconditional love that we all long for can be experienced in the practice of loving-kindness. In this popular form of meditation, the love inherent to our own nature is gradually expanded until it embraces infinite beings. 

Learn More

The Healing Power of Mind

This book is an invitation to awaken the healing power of mind through inspiring images and sounds, mindful movements, positive perceptions, soothing feelings, trusting confidence, and the realization of openness.

Learn More
Boundless Healing

This book offers simple meditation techniques to awaken healing energies in the body and mind.

Learn More

Recent Posts

Grasping at Self

Thoughts and Feelings Can Change the Quality and Direction of Our Life

It is important for us to reflect on how we got to where we are today and how we can change in the future. Let me illustrate how our thoughts and feelings can change the quality and direction of our life. Unfortunately, if I use a negative story, it might be easier for us to get the point, as we are all personally well versed in such things. So, say that we have an unpleasant exchange with a coworker one day. It isn’t significant, but we keep thinking about it and feeling dislike for that person. Soon, whatever this person...

Zangdok-Palri-at-Dodrupchen-Monastery-09

Chasing Rainbows

Every mother-being wants to be happy, just as a thirst-tormented person wants water. Most beings, however, have no idea how to secure happiness. Confused, they grasp at anything that they think will be rewarding. But they go about it in the wrong way—through grasping, attachment, obsession, or aggression. At best, they are chasing rainbows. At worst, they end up hurting themselves, like someone who tries to lick honey off the sharp edge of a knife. Source: The Heart of Unconditional Love Buy the book

Tulku Thondup Hands

A Paradox

It is one of the many paradoxes of spiritual life that generating loving-kindness toward others is one of the fastest ways to make ourselves happy. The Buddha said: “If you meditate on loving-kindness And love all kin and friends And all the forces of the elements, Your happiness will greatly increase.”   Source: The Heart of Unconditional Love Buy the book

View More Posts