Applied Philosophy and Meditation for Better Living


The complexities of family and professional relationships, the impression of being trapped in our mind, having lost connection with the basic needs of our body, our whole being, having no energy, being overwhelmed. All lead to a feeling of stress, we are all looking for answers.
Meditation and applied philosophy, when inextricably linked, can lead to real “well-being” and a “better life”.

meditation and applied philosophy TEACHING CYCLE

After 55 years of research Tarab Tulku XI created this teaching programme, making it accessible to us with unique knowledge, possibilities, and practices. His syntheses of Buddhist applied philosophy, psychology, and metaphysics, are accompanied by meditative and transformative techniques inspired by Sutras and Tantras, adapted for anyone interested in developing their self-knowledge.

The Dalai Lama sees these teachings as the secular synthesis he has sought to see unfolding. He believes them to be the heart of the teachings and transmitted in a universally applied form.
The content and practices are transmitted in a secular manner, according to a pedagogy adapted to the modern spirit.

All the power and originality of Tarab Tulku XI’s research, as well as the meditation techniques that he has optimised for a modern society, will be transmitted to you during this teaching programme.

The training – Applied Philosophy, Psychology, and Investigative as one-pointed Meditations – created by Tarab Tulku XI is the outcome of a lifetime of research, during which he systematically questioned philosophical concepts, erroneous translations, meditation practices, clarifying and facilitating the understanding by modern society.

During his forty years of exile in Europe, Tarab Tulku XI lived a normal life, giving him great insight into the various issues we all endure. Based on this intimate understanding, and his research related to the practice of meditation, Tarab Tulku XI finally developed this pragmatic presentation of Buddhist psychology and applied philosophy.

A modern and secular approach
designed for People of Modern cultures

Tarab Tulku XI insisted on the empowering effect of realising the interrelationships of the diversity of perceptual capacities (subject-poles) and experience (object-poles) and body-mind. Its approach allows:

  • to understand these (by theory),
  • to feel these possibilities opening (through investigative meditation practices),
  • learn to use the connected possibilities unfolding (through self-developmental and therapeutic transformation techniques),
  • to tame these for becoming master of oneself and one’s own energy, regardless of the external environment – physical, geographic, or social,
  • to learn to channel these opportunities in order to develop abilities for being of help or support for others

Tarab Tulku’s emphasis on the understanding of the interrelation between ‘subject-poles’-‘object-poles’ and ‘potential field’-‘matter’: on these precise points, Eastern Inner-science agrees with the de-constructivist attitude specific to quantum physics, to information theories, and astrophysics, vis-à-vis any theory and concept based on the “essence” of things.

In addition, he highlighted which, philosophy, psychology, and investigative practices these refer to, making it possible to move from a theoretical understanding of the world based on interrelation, to a practical understanding and realisation of the mechanisms and implications of interrelation in everyday reality.

Its approach makes it possible to measure the usefulness of understanding these interrelationships for the balance and serenity of our daily lives and for personal and/or spiritual development.

Why is this teaching
innovative and unique?

It offers:

  • the transmission of useful knowledge, directly applicable in our daily life;
  • the rigorous yet simple teaching of the practice of meditation, and the understanding of how and why it works;
  • a re-reading of ancient texts (psychological and philosophical) adjusted to the modern perspectives of the human being evolving in modern society;
  • the simple and accessible understanding of how we construct our experience of reality, with tools to evolve towards an increasingly more pleasant reality and helpful participation in the world;
  • the understanding facilitated, deepened, and supported by our contemporary sciences of the interrelation between the material manifestation and the potential field (energy / quantum / information field);
  • the highlighting of the power of the ‘body’-‘mind’ interrelated link as part and parcel of the human being, and access to the progressive mastery of this link by knowledge and techniques from the Sutras and Tantras.