Tibetan Healing: The Modern Legacy of Medicine Buddha

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Quest Books, 1 окт. 1999 г. - Всего страниц: 204
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For a healing system that has been practiced for 1,300 years, Tibetan medicine is surprisingly contemporary in its assumptions. Under the guidance of skilled lama-physicians, it views good health as a balance between material and spiritual concerns and marshals an impressive array of physical, psychological, and spiritual practices in its extensive medical kit. To explore the modern legacy of the Medicine Buddha tradition, Peter Fenton journeyed to India and Nepal to see first-hand how Tibetan medicine is practiced today and to discover whether its ancient secrets can help us improve our own well-being. His first-person account, full of fascinating stories and interviews and illustrated with photographs, charts, and botanical drawings, demonstrates that traditional Tibetan healing is a vibrant, living system that can help each of us rebalance body, mind, and spirit---the essence of good health.
 

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The Book of the Dead
17
The Teachings of Medicine Buddha
43
Journey to Bodhnath
63
A Melding of Healing Traditions
81
The Training of a Tibetan Healer
101
Journey to Kalimpong 723
123
Healing Sounds and Symbols
147
Divination and Shamanic Healing
167
Prayer to the Noble Tara
181
Index
199
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