The Tibetan Book Of Healing

Author : Lopsang Rapgay
ISBN : 0910261407
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dr. Rapgay is one of the foremost Tibetan doctors in the world today. In this book he discusses the many helpful practices, including diet, herbs, and meditation, that contribute to self-healing and well-being.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Tibetan Book Of Health

Author : Nida Chenagtsang
ISBN : 099773194X
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A comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of Sowa Rigpa for both students of Tibetan Medicine and the general public. The first in a special series of texts co-published by SKY Press and Tibet House US Publications.
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Tibetan Buddhist Medicine And Psychiatry

Author : Terry Clifford
ISBN : 8120817842
Genre : Buddhist medicine
File Size : 60.69 MB
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Tibetan medicine is a unique and holistic system of healing. It has been continuously practiced for over a thousand years, but has still to take its place in the history of medicine as we know it in the West.This volume presents for the first time a comprehensive introduction to the arcane Tibetan art of healing. The author has provided a well-documented, original and detailed study of Tibetan psychiatry, the world`s oldest system of medical psychiatry. Translated here--for the first time in English--are three fascinating chapters about mental illness from the rGyud-bzhi, the ancient and most important Tibetan medical work. Reproductions of the rare Tibetan texts are also included. Supplementing these translations are extensive explanations of Tibetan psychiatric theory and treatment drawn from the author`s research and interviews with Tibetan refugee doctors in India and Nepal. Great care has been taken to identify over 90 pharmacological substances used in Tibetan psychiatric medicines, and these are listed in an appendix along with their English and Latin botanical names.Deeply researched and clearly written, this work will be of interest to both scholars and general readers in the fields of Buddhist studies, holistic healing, Oriental medicine, transpersonal psychology, ethnopsychiatry and medical anthropology.
Category: Buddhist medicine

The Tibetan Book Of Living And Dying

Author : Sogyal Rinpoche
ISBN : 9780061800344
Genre : Self-Help
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“A magnificent achievement. In its power to touch the heart, to awaken consciousness, [The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying] is an inestimable gift.” —San Francisco Chronicle A newly revised and updated edition of the internationally bestselling spiritual classic, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, written by Sogyal Rinpoche, is the ultimate introduction to Tibetan Buddhist wisdom. An enlightening, inspiring, and comforting manual for life and death that the New York Times calls, “The Tibetan equivalent of [Dante’s] The Divine Comedy,” this is the essential work that moved Huston Smith, author of The World’s Religions, to proclaim, “I have encountered no book on the interplay of life and death that is more comprehensive, practical, and wise.”
Category: Self-Help

Health Through Balance

Author : Yeshi Donden
ISBN : 812081519X
Genre : Medicine, Tibetan
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The fascinating Tibetan medical system has never been so clearly explained as in this collection of oustanding lectures presented at the University of Virginia in 1980. Tibetan medicine restores and maintains balance among the three humors of the body through a variety of treatments_diet and behaviour modification as well as the use of medicine and accessory theraphy. The basic system has been enhanced by the practical findings of Tibetan physicians who have used the system for more than a thousand years. Dr. Donden holistically considers factors of personality, season, age, climatic condition, diet, behaviour, and physical surroundings in addressing the means for restoring health. The great strength of tibetan medicine is that it is delicately responsive to patients, complete symptom pattern--no complaint being disregarded--and its wide variety of curative techniques are described in this book.
Category: Medicine, Tibetan

Luminous Emptiness

Author : Francesca Fremantle
ISBN : UOM:39015053177930
Genre : Family & Relationships
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TheTibetan Book of the Dead,a best-seller for three decades, is one of the most widely read texts of Tibetan Buddhism. Over the years, it has been studied and cherished by Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike.Luminous Emptinessis a detailed guide to this classic work, elucidating its mysterious concepts, terms, and imagery. Fremantle relates the symbolic world of theTibetan Book of the Deadto the experiences of everyday life, presenting the text not as a scripture for the dying, but as a guide for the living. According to the Buddhist view, nothing is permanent or fixed. The entire world of our experience is constantly appearing and disappearing at every moment. Using vivid and dramatic imagery, theTibetan Book of the Deadpresents the notion that most of us are living in a dream that will continue from lifetime to lifetime until we truly awaken by becoming enlightened. Here, Fremantle, who worked closely with Chouml;gyam Trungpa on the 1975 translation of theTibetan Book of the Dead(Shambhala), brings the expertise of a lifetime of study to rendering this intriguing classic more accessible and meaningful to the living.Luminous Emptinessfeatures in-depth explanations of: The Tibetan Buddhist notions of death and rebirth The meaning of the five energies and the five elements in Tibetan Buddhism The mental and physical experience of dying, according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition
Category: Family & Relationships

Healing Elements

Author : Sienna R. Craig
ISBN : 9780520273238
Genre : Social Science
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"Tibetan medicine has come to represent multiple and sometimes conflicting agendas. On the one hand it must retain a sense of cultural authenticity and a connection to Tibetan Buddhism; on the other it must be proven efficacious and safe according to biomedical standards, often through clinical research. Recently, Tibetan medicine has found a place within the multibillion-dollar market for complementary, traditional, and herbal medicines as people around the world seek alternative paths to wellness. Healing Elements explores Tibetan medicine within diverse settings, from rural schools and clinics in the Nepal Himalaya to high-tech factories and state-supported colleges in the People's Republic of China. This multi-sited ethnography explores how Tibetan medicines circulate as commercial goods and gifts, as target therapies, and as panacea for biosocial ills. Through an exploration of efficacy - What does it mean to say Tibetan medicine "works"? - this book illustrates a bio-politics of traditional medicine in the twenty-first century. Healing Elements examines the ways traditional medicine interacts with biomedicine: from patient-healer relationships and the cultural meanings ascribed to affliction, to the wider circumstances in which practitioners are trained, healing occurs, and medicines are made, evaluated, and used. As such, it examines the meaningful, if contested, translations of science and healing that occur across distinct social ecologies"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Social Science

Essentials Of Tibetan Traditional Medicine

Author : Thinley Gyatso
ISBN : 9781556438677
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A thorough guide to Tibetan medicine includes information on core concepts, recommended lifestyle and diet, methods of diagnosis, treatments, challenging clinical situations and more, in a resource that includes 175 of the most common herbs used, accompanied by hand-drawn illustrations. Original.
Category: Health & Fitness

What Happens After Life According To The Tibetan Book Of The Dead Egyptian Book Of The Dead Emmet Fox Medicine

Author : JR Malan
ISBN : 9781365467721
Genre : Religion
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"What happens After Life?" - A question that all of us ask and nobody have a final answer. This does not mean that we can't say anything one we ask: "What happens After Life?". These is actually a lot written on What Happens After Death. In this book we explore the following: + The writings of Emmet Fox on "What happens when we die" + The Tibetan Book of the Dead + The Egyptian Book of the Dead + The San People (inhabitants of Southern Africa) on what happens when we die + Bertrand Russel on death in his essay "What I Believe" + What Medical Science say happens to the body after death + The author shares some of his own experiences with death + What people experience during "Ecstatic Seizures" and "Near Death Experiences" + Dr. MacDougall and the Weight of the Soul + Dr. Rich Strassmann's research with DMT And a story by Hans Christian Anderson
Category: Religion