Cancer from the perspective of the tibetan Sowa Rigpa with Amjee Dr. Namgyal Phunrab
On the second weekend of September, the experienced Amjee/Dr. Namgyal Phunrab will lecture on the topic of cancer, “Braes nae”, from the point of view of Traditional Tibetan Medicine.
The “Sowa Rigpa”, the Traditional Tibetan Medicine, developed over centuries in Tibet is a holistic healing system, which is intended to restore a healthy balance by harmonising body, psyche and mind. The definition of health is a state of balance of the various energies in the body.
Originally derived from the Buddhists predecessor the Bon religion and Indian Ayurveda, the treatment consists of various diagnostic methods, such as pulse, tongue and urine diagnosis. This includes, among other things, nutrition, attitude, natural medicinal plants and external treatments such as massages and cupping.
Amjee Dr. Nagyal Phunrab will teach about the underlying causes, contributing circumstances as well as positive approaches to cancer, “Braes nae”. We are excited and looking forward to the informative lectures!
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Sadness, Love, Openness: The Buddhist Path of Joy – donation based video course with Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche
Possessions and success, beauty and joy – all these are impermanent. According to the great Tibetan master Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, to be on the path of the Buddha means to let this pain of impermanence approach you in order to attain through it the realisation of the true nature of all being. Those who do not avoid the pain, but develop love and compassion with all suffering beings, including themselves, can step by step reach the open expanse of the mind – true joy.
The video course is in Tibetan and translated into English.
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