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 Caer~Sidi Hermeneutic Studies Tsa-rLung " Body of Light "

Tibetan Traditional Medicine healing practice ‘Tsa-rLung’, may also be also called ‘hand healing’, these two Tibetan words meaning, per se: ‘channels-wind’. Similar to the Reiki and Tai-Ji this is a Tibetan version of these well known techniques for energy healing. Similarly it may be traced back in Central Asia and Tibet Himalayan Shamans, either in Bon-Pos or Amchis Traditional Healing since thousands of years ago, and so far has been preserved in the Tibetan Materia Medica, Tsa-rLung Lamas, Dzogchen Lamas and Nagpas Yoga Lineages, presenting today various forms all issued from the identical Shamanic Healing Roots, but sometimes presented to Westerners nowadays as part of an so-called secret knowledge. Practically, it simply can be learned, practices and experienced in ways being similar to other sources, such as in Ajna Yoga, Pranadi / Panorama Yogas, Reiki, Tai-Ji and Acupuncture developmental curricula.

The technique of the Tibetan Tsa-rLung practice, is derived from the Tsa-rLung-‘khrul’khor-gyi-bcos-thabs, a yogic tantric tradition of ancient Tibetan and Indian Buddhist masters. More than 2500 years ago, Buddha’s healing hands cured many people in this world and the tradition is still practiced by the Tibetan lamas and spiritual masters. They cure the people by giving love, compassion, and spiritual energy, tantric and mantric power. They transfer positive energy through their hands by touch and restore the body/mind imbalances. This practice entirely belongs to the Buddhist teaching and practice.

The proper flow of the energy through the body channels (Tsa) brings the cause of a good health and prolongs life. It helps to avoid the toxin accumulation in the channels which blocks the channels and rLung/wind energy in the heart of the body/mind. The Tsa-rLung therapy practitioners learn the art of holistic healing and the deep nature of the human body/mind systems by knowing the structure of the traditional psycho-physical nature and its functions. One who understands the method may become able to regulate these complex systems. Certain subjects are beyond the human knowledge and can only be experienced by meditation and practice.

This Tsa-rLung special cultural immersion introduction and research program is proposed on individual basis only!

Please contact us, if interested!
RWL : william_rene@hotmail.com
Concept of "Caer~Sidi Hermeneutic Studies Tsa-rLung " Body of Light ""

Caer~Sidi Hermeneutic Studies Tsa-rLung " Body of Light "

1- Tsa-rLung Meditation and Practices

In principle, learning the techniques of Tsa-rLung healing involves various steps. Firstly, the body must be attuned to the more subtle perception level of the energy body for giving healing. The channels are to be (re-)opened by various embodiments, breathing exercises, body movements and visualizations/meditations, and the channels elements and humours must be well-balanced. Thereafter, using the Tumo Yoga for heat energy or the Tigle visualization for channelling, again by means of the personalized energy practices, one must become able to generate Tumo heat and control the energy, then to release and control the healing energy. IN principle also, Tsa-rLung techniques use various type of wind energy to guide healing energy to the person undergoing treatment.

However, there is also a more Tantric or artistic way to perceive and control healing energies by using Performing Arts, Archetypes Painting Visualisation, Sacred Dance Embodiment, Divination Rituals, Pujas, Mandalas Yoga and other Himalayan Shamanic tools, which may apply their benevolent effect on the soul, mind and body of oneself or of patients, by opening channels, embody archetypes energy and/or restoring the balance of the spirits and elements, for purpose of inspiration, visualization, healing and rejuvenation.

Shamanic healing techniques, when duly controlled by an experienced practitioner, may at a same time cleanse the energy body and open possibility for better communication between ones higher-self and the normal consciousness. As soon as a channel between the higher-self and the consciousness is initiateds, healing and visualization can go much further. Dreams, divination, intuition, inspirations, visualization of energy body(ies) and a new awareness directly will affect, on a very practical and day-to-day basis, ones very personal experiences. It helps to bring an entire human being into a more harmonious state of mind and relationship with people, their natural world or any contextual circumstances.

Reiki, Shamanic Healing Traditions and Tibetan healing tradition Tsa-Lung, are working together. It seems to me as if a big puzzle is very gently put together by invisible hands and helps to give us an idea what our existence could be about.

All these healing methods whether they are ancient or lately channeled, once we have worked with them, integrated them into our life and felt and trusted the inner, hidden message within these techniques, help us to realize that our life is changing. How could we possibly not hear the message behind it. Healing and the development of loving kindness are going hand in hand and help us to do the next step further.

Cairn Tsa-rLung Healing & Performing Arts always will include explanations on the concepts, systems and techniques involved, as well as the medical knowledge required for proper healing. All participants will be guided through the exercises and visualisation, and of course initiated in healing power, when necessary.


1.1- " Tsa-rLung " Applied Psycho-Pedagogy & Philosophy

The new CAIRN " Tsa-rLung Applied Psycho-Pedagogy & Philosophy " Certificate is based upon a synthesis of previously organized EU- postgraduate options in HRD, Applied Psychology, Counselling, Crisis Prevention and other upgraded European Curricula in Organization Management and Humanitarian Assistance. The ongoing peace initiatives in Nepal, have led us to seek for a practical synthesis of the traditional non-violent Dharma philosophy, inclusive of the comparative study of the European and Tibetan Traditional Healing Philosophy, which could be translated in Applied Psychology for the upgrading of skills in terms of more modern tools.

The One Year Certificate is based on a personalized project, which includes cultural immersion, e-Learning Mixed Mode and Continuing Education Coaching methodology designed to encourage the target-site Bauddha Stupa youth and other students, monks or NGOs professionals, to progress into further studies focused on Applied Psychology and Personal Development skills. This programme credibility is inherited from partnerships with local High Education Institutions (HEIs), Traditional Health Services, NGOs, Gompas and other community groups involved social/health development and spiritual venues.

CAIRN fully abides to the basic principles of Spiritual Coaching. During your journey, we will share and seek with you, through a non directive Quest how to best approach the established wisdom and teachings of late Tarab Tulku Rimpoche, H.H. Dudjom Rimpoche, H.H. Dilgo Khyentse, as well as of masters and yogis still well alive today, so as to create and nurture with you a new path to the Body of Light Awareness, Rejuvenation and Wisdom. Fundamentally, this is a Laboratory on Tsa-rLung Psycho-Pegagogy and Ethics.

1.2- Entrance requirements

Applicants must present a personal research project and meet the General Entrance Requirements as specified for postgraduate academic exchange, PLUS the Specific Applied Psycho-Pedagogy or Philosophy Training Requirements, as defined hereunder in the Tsa-rLung general programme, taking account of any further continuous education application to be made, including any specified minimum level of performance and/or evidence of academic or professional suitability. Demonstration of proficiency in the use of the English language is also be required. Please note that although you must fulfill these requirements to be considered for admission, meeting the requirements does not guarantee admission.

1.3- Cairn offers professional training courses in the following areas:

Applied Psychology & Pedagogy (General)
Tibetan Energo- Psychology (Tsa-rLung, Dzogchen)
Tibetan Medicine Philosophy (Materia Medica)
Cross-cultural Psychology & Humanitarian Assistance
Tibetan Vajrayana Tsa-rLung Yoga Practices
Cairn therefore also act as a clearinghouse centre in higher education exchange, by promoting and assisting online professional training, as well as providing both practical and theoretical courses, cum face-to-face educational guidance (online video-chat or group seminars). Using a pool of experienced and certified academic consultants, Cairn promotes, organizes and maintains certificated series of options and courses recognized within the EU/UK educational and professional training framework.

By providing continuous assessment, Cairn is in position to propose guidance on potential opportunities in further higher education for suitable candidates, thus offering an advisory capacity to assist the students as to their suitability for continuing education overseas, specialized training technical upgrading and internship placement.

Emphasis will be brought upon :

Tsa-rLung Energy Body Concepts (Dudjom lineage)

The Body of Light (a synthesis with Dzogchen practices)

The Tsa-rLung Philosophy and Diagnosis in Tibetan Medicine

The "Natural Light" & "Six Lamps of Confrontation" (Thigle)

Rituals Mantra & Sound Healing Archetypes and Practices

2- Tsa-rLung Traditional Healing

Tibetan Traditional Medicine healing practice ‘Tsa-rLung’, may also be also called ‘hand healing’, these two Tibetan words meaning, per se: ‘channels-wind’. Similar to the Reiki and Tai-Ji this is a Tibetan version of these well known techniques for energy healing. Similarly it may be traced back in Central Asia and Tibet Himalayan Shamans, either in Bon-Pos or Amchis Traditional Healing since thousands of years ago, and so far has been preserved in the Tibetan Materia Medica, Tsa-rLung Lamas, Dzogchen Lamas and Nagpas Yoga Lineages, presenting today various forms all issued from the identical Shamanic Healing Roots, but sometimes presented to Westerners nowadays as part of an so-called secret knowledge. Practically, it simply can be learned, practices and experienced in ways being similar to other sources, such as in Ajna Yoga, Pranadi / Panorama Yogas, Reiki, Tai-Ji and Acupuncture developmental curricula.


The technique of the Tibetan Tsa-rLung practice, is derived from the Tsa-rLung-‘khrul’khor-gyi-bcos-thabs, a yogic tantric tradition of ancient Tibetan and Indian Buddhist masters. More than 2500 years ago, Buddha’s healing hands cured many people in this world and the tradition is still practiced by the Tibetan lamas and spiritual masters. They cure the people by giving love, compassion, and spiritual energy, tantric and mantric power. They transfer positive energy through their hands by touch and restore the body/mind imbalances. This practice entirely belongs to the Buddhist teaching and practice.

The proper flow of the energy through the body channels (Tsa) brings the cause of a good health and prolongs life. It helps to avoid the toxin accumulation in the channels which blocks the channels and rLung/wind energy in the heart of the body/mind. The Tsa-rLung therapy practitioners learn the art of holistic healing and the deep nature of the human body/mind systems by knowing the structure of the traditional psycho-physical nature and its functions. One who understands the method may become able to regulate these complex systems. Certain subjects are beyond the human knowledge and can only be experienced by meditation and practice.

In principle, learning the techniques of Tsa-rLung healing involves various steps. Firstly, the body must be attuned to the more subtle perception level of the energy body for giving healing. The channels are to be (re-)opened by various embodiments, breathing exercises, body movements and visualizations/meditations, and the channels elements and humours must be well-balanced. Thereafter, using the Tumo Yoga for heat energy or the Tigle visualization for channelling, again by means of the personalized energy practices, one must become able to generate Tumo heat and control the energy, then to release and control the healing energy. IN principle also, Tsa-rLung techniques use various type of wind energy to guide healing energy to the person undergoing treatment.

However, there is also a more Tantric or artistic way to perceive and control healing energies by using Performing Arts, Archetypes Painting Visualisation, Sacred Dance Embodiment, Divination Rituals, Pujas, Mandalas Yoga and other Himalayan Shamanic tools, which may apply their benevolent effect on the soul, mind and body of oneself or of patients, by opening channels, embody archetypes energy and/or restoring the balance of the spirits and elements, for purpose of inspiration, visualization, healing and rejuvenation.

Shamanic healing techniques, when duly controlled by an experienced practitioner, may at a same time cleanse the energy body and open possibility for better communication between ones higher-self and the normal consciousness. As soon as a channel between the higher-self and the consciousness is initiateds, healing and visualization can go much further. Dreams, divination, intuition, inspirations, visualization of energy body(ies) and a new awareness directly will affect, on a very practical and day-to-day basis, ones very personal experiences. It helps to bring an entire human being into a more harmonious state of mind and relationship with people, their natural world or any contextual circumstances.

Reiki, Shamanic Healing Traditions and Tibetan healing tradition Tsa-Lung, are working together. It seems to me as if a big puzzle is very gently put together by invisible hands and helps to give us an idea what our existence could be about.

All these healing methods whether they are ancient or lately channeled, once we have worked with them, integrated them into our life and felt and trusted the inner, hidden message within these techniques, help us to realize that our life is changing. How could we possibly not hear the message behind it. Healing and the development of loving kindness are going hand in hand and help us to do the next step further.

Cairn Tsa-rLung Healing & Performing Arts always will include explanations on the concepts, systems and techniques involved, as well as the medical knowledge required for proper healing. All participants will be guided through the exercises and visualisation, and of course initiated in healing power, when necessary.

2.1- Comprehensive Training

CAIRN Tsa-rLung curriculum is generally divided into sub-modules, which are flexible and can be tailored to any particular background, praxis, needs or audience. Although the content is of a rather sophisticated nature, for being linked with conceptualization, visualization and control of the Subtle Energy Body and channels, the language and practices are accessible and jargon-free, making the training and material user-friendly for participants, at all levels and disciplines.

The training is a dynamic combination of prior- tested conceptual references and experiential exercises. Emphasizing the critical concepts of awareness, empowerment and developmental collaboration, CAIRN training focuses on three major goals:

A theoretical framework to guide work in healing, self-healing and counselling

Specific diagnosis and intervention techniques to use either with clients or self

Attention to the internal needs of consensual archetypal coherence, tantric awareness procedures, cleansing and lineage protection or powerplaces

In addition, the curriculum cogently addresses the common questions, concerns, and skepticism about the Tibetan Medicine Materia Medica, Traditional Shamanic Healing, Hermeneutic Awareness in Tibetan Group focused praxis and on treatment efficacy. Participants are given many opportunities to question conceptual references, address core issues with Trainers, as well as test and practice their new skills.

Answers to personal questions regarding training, coaching or methodological insights are available

2.2- Buddhist Psychology and Psychotherapy

Tibetan Medicine Tsa-rLung Psychology and Psychotherapy is unlike the Western approach imbedded deeply in experiential as the basis of knowledge. It is deeply related to Buddhist Philosophy concepts of the nature of mind and energy, and its approach to understand the mind and its nature. Especially, it looks to the mind and mental health in its purely philosophical and spiritual bases. Its soft approach and development of human natural psychology gives way to the understanding of many causes of psychological disequilibrium.

The Tibetan Medicine Tsa-rLung psychology course presents and analyzes the possible points of contact between Buddhist psychology and modern psychology. It includes a detailed study of the unique psychological aspects of Tibetan Buddhism and an explanation of the functions of the mind. It illustrates the appropriate therapeutic techniques to provide the students with a training meant to understand the patient’s needs. The course provides a sound basis for the diagnosis and therapy appropriate to the psycho-somatic disturbance to optimize the quality of the cure and to re-establish balance and health in the subject.

The course also deals with psychosomatic concept and methods of Tibetan meditation, yoga, respiration, visualization, mantric recitation, dream and various other healing methods according to the Tibetan medical tradition and medical psychology. The ancient patrimony of Tibetan culture is an articulated complex of knowledge which can give doctors and psychologists the possibility of enriching their practice with a holistic approach and related techniques.

3- Hermeneutics

3.1- Buddhist Philosophy (options)

First part: theory and practice
1. Fundamental principle of General Buddhism
2. Tibetan Buddhist characteristics and psychotherapy
3. Root of suffering and concept of "I" according to Buddhism
4. The three mental poisons
5. Introduction to the Buddhist classical Shine meditation part 1

Second part: theory and Practice
1. Shine meditation practice, part 2
2. Difference between religious and psychotherapeutic meditation
3. Mantra and mandala explanation and their healing powers.

Third part: theory and practice
1. Samsara and sufferings
2. Shine meditation practice, part 3
3. Mind training and practice, part 1

3.2- Geopolitical Hermeneutic Prospectives
(...)

3.3- Mind Control and other modern application tools

Source

www.caer-sidi.eu