His Eminence Kyabje Domo Geshe Rinpoche arises from an extremely prominent line of incarnations within the Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism. Tulkus like Kyabje Domo Geshe Rinpoche are, in brief, highly evolved beings who return one lifetime after another through controlled rebirths to act as a bridge between sentient beings and the Three Jewels. As such, tulkus have the awesome potential to benefit sentient beings through their deeds, from turning the wheel of Dharma to manifesting auspicious omens, signs and miracles.
Many miracles have appeared around Kyabje Domo Geshe Rinpoche and at his seat, Dungkar Monastery.
From miraculous conch shells to halos and rainbows, the following are just some of the signs of a highly attained being that have been witnessed by attendants, students and also caught on camera.
Dungkar Monastery, which means “white conch shell monastery” in Tibetan, is the traditional seat of the line of Domo Geshe Rinpoches. It was destroyed and later rebuilt a few years ago by the local community. When the restoration work was going to start, a swarm of bees suddenly appeared on site. The presence of a bee hive at the construction site would have been disruptive. Hence, the working team made plans to remove the hive before work began. However, on the day that the construction work was scheduled to begin, all the bees left, leaving behind only a white-coloured beehive that resembled a white conch shell.
Kyabje Domo Geshe Rinpoche was also famous for his ability to heal illnesses even in the most severe cases. His miraculous healing powers was so renowned in the Indian Himalayan region that he became known as “the precious doctor of Chumbi” who healed many. He employed many methods including the use of the famed rilbu pills that he made from hundreds of holy and medicinal ingredients. It is said that the rilbus made by Kyabje Domo Geshe Rinpoche continue to multiply on their own.
Miracles displayed by highly attained beings like Kyabje Domo Geshe Rinpoche are manifested for the benefit of others and arise from their pure practice of the Dharma. Such mysticism is not intended to be used to gain power, wealth or fame, but to bestow blessings and give hope to those in need.
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