I want to know, is there a way to make a tungsten lightbulbs filament withstand a mass amount of thermal shock while still producing a vast amount of heat?
I assume you mean mechanical shock as filaments see some pretty severe thermal shock as they heat up.
Make the filament thicker (lower voltage), run it at a lower temperature, add better and more supports. The latter two things will decrease the efficiency of the bulb, which is why the old 'rough service' incandescent bulbs produced fewer lumens per watt than similar regular incandescent bulbs. From here: