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Domo Geshe Rinpoche

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Domo Geshe Rinpoche is a reincarnate Lama of the Geluk tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. The Domo Geshe Rinpoche lineage includes Je Pabongka Rinpoche, Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche and the great Geshe Jampa Chombe. As a reincarnate, Domo Geshe Rinpoche has accomplished extensive training and retreats in the traditional manner. Rinpoche's current incarnation has been teaching in the United States for a number of years, held numerous retreats and given other spiritual training from the Geluk and tantric lineage.

The current Western incarnation of Domo Geshe Rinpoche arrived through rare and powerful tantric methods in order to transmit the authentic Dharma to students in the Western cultural context. This incarnation of Domo Geshe Rinpoche is considered unusual in that she has arisen in the form of an adult, a Westerner, and female.

Rinpoche is founder and spiritual director of White Conch Monastery and Dharma Center with branches in Wisconsin, Illinois, New Mexico, California,(USA) , Berlin, Ulmbach, Wuppertal, Oldenburg (Germany). Founder of Grand Transitions Hospice and Institute, Author of Mystery of Emptiness & Love and Red Lotus Buddhist Wisdom (avil Amazon and local bookstores). Rinpoche travels much of the year, teaching and leading retreats. When not on tour, she is at her Hermitage in Central Wisconsin where retreats are also given.

Much of the information regarding the previous incarnations of Domo Geshe Rinpoche was lost in the invasion of Tibet in 1959. Efforts have been made by many individuals to piece together information from various sources in order to preserve the history of the previous incarnations. Much of it was compiled by Dr Ursula Bernis from about 1988-1994.

The effort to preserve the history of the Domo Geshe Rinpoche incarnations continues with the archiving of photographs and events. Many miracles and wonders associated with the Domo Geshe Rinpoche lineage have occurred since arising in this incarnation.


‎""Biografie von Domo Geshe Rinpoche
Domo Geshe Rinpoche ist ein reinkarnierter Lama aus der Geluk Tradition des tibetischen Budhhismus. In Rinpoches Linie befinden sich Je Pabongka Rinpoche, Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche und der grosse Geshe Jampa Chombe. Als Reinkarnation hat Rinpoche ausgedehntes Training und Retreats im traditionellen Stil durchlaufen. Rinpoches augenblickliche Inkarnation lehrt seit etlichen Jahren in den USA, sie hat zahlreiche Retreats und andere spirituelle Unterweisungen aus der Geluk und trantrischen Linie unterrichtet.
Die momentane westliche Inkarnation von Domo Geshe Rinpoche hat sich durch rare und machtvolle tantrische Methoden inkarniert, um Schüler das authentische Dharma im westlichen Kulturzusammenhang lehren zu können. Rinpoche ist eine ungewöhnliche Inkarnation, da sie in Form einer westlichen erwachsenen weiblichen Person verkörpert ist.
Bei der Besetzung Tibets im Jahre 1959 gingen viele Informationen über die früheren Inkarnationen von Domo Geshe Rinpoche verloren. Es wurden von vielen Personen Anstrengungen unternommen Informationen aus verschiedenen Quellen zusammenzutragen, um die Geschichte der vorigen Inkarnationen für die Nachwelt zu erhalten. Vieles davon wurde von Dr. Ursula Bernis zwischen 1988 und 1994 gesammelt.
Die Bemühungen die Geschichte von Domo Geshe Rinpoches Inkarnationen zu erhalten wird durch das Archivieren von Fotografien und Ereignissen fortgesetzt. Seit dem Erscheinen in der gegenwärtigen Inkarnation sind viele Wunder geschehen, die man traditionell mit der Domo Geshe Rinpoche Linie verbindet.""

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Planning for a successful life is only worldly without the important spiritual component for success. Unfortunately, many people are raised with a more money and possession orientation than spirituality at its core, even though they might have a natural spirituality that could be developed.

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By: Domo Geshe Rinpoche l Spirituality> Meditation l 6 days ago

We need to spring back to a stable identity, with a stable inner referent that makes us feel comfortable and safe. Can you hardly wait to have time by yourself to get to know yourself again?

By: Domo Geshe Rinpoche l Education> K-12 Education l 1 week ago

There are quantum shifts in awareness, (the alert state of our life force process) that we already possess.

By: Domo Geshe Rinpoche l Health> Alternative Medicine l 1 week ago

Like the farmer with a valuable crop, meditators must guard their minds, the repository of their attainments, which are the results of their preparation toward awaking the mind.

By: Domo Geshe Rinpoche l Spirituality> Meditation l 1 week ago

The powerful, creative energy of the muse of poetry, painting, and other arts is thought by others to be a mythical personification of the spirit of creativity in beautiful and seductive female form, but not to the experiencer. Many artists entice and worship the muse who holds the key to their success. There definitely are signs that this is equal to the female creative energy of higher tantric practices called dakini.

By: Domo Geshe Rinpoche l Spirituality> Mysticism l 1 week ago

If you cannot love yourself, how are you going to find someone who loves you? This is outstanding in theory; however, your own self esteem and ability to love yourself becomes the exclusive basis of loving others.

By: Domo Geshe Rinpoche l Relationships> Breakup l 1 week ago

The reason why problems arrive is that we have karma from previous unhappy actions ripening, whether that is from this life or from some previous life. However, if we approach it right this time, it is possible to exhaust that particular kind of karma so that it never torments us again with the tool of deep patience!

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