Dream Interpretation in Tibetan Medicine
(4-week online course)
In Tibet, interpretation of dreams are not only strongly mixed with cultural beliefs, but they are also influenced by the environment, planets, spirits, and Buddhist philosophy of the mind and its phenomena. In other words, dreams are the meeting point of the outer and inner worlds and thus are highly respected in astrology, Buddhist spiritual practice, and medicine. The Tibetan dream interpretation culture in fact goes hand in hand with medical knowledge and spiritual practice.
The practice of dream analyzing or dream reading aims at discovering the inner body-mind changes and transformation. Dreams are thus an important tool for the study of signs and omens, and for the diagnosis of diseases, all according to the Gyud-shi; the four medical tantras.
If you are interested in the role of dreams in Tibetan medicine, this course is made for you!
Given by Dr. Pasang Yonten Arya, this online course will take you to the universe of dreams and their intricate meanings in relation to diseases.
more information below
- Preliminary knowledge
Dream reading in Tibetan Medicine
Dream cause and conditions
Cause of the different types of dreams
- Body constitutions and healthy dreams
- Positive omens and good dream signs
- Disease dreams
- La dreams
- Negative omens
- Obstacle dream signs
- Dreams without significance
- Pre-signs of death coming dreams
- Pacifying body mind obstacles with medicine, rite and ritual performances
- Some questions
Course open to all without prerequisite.
This course is now offered on an individual basis.
4-week online course with:
– On demand videos in English for convenient viewing at your own pace
(16 videos (average length of 20 minutes) specifically on dreams, and 10 videos on related topics.)
– Answers to questions on the course material provided by Dr. Pasang Yonten Arya
– Access to a Questions & Answers Library
For four weeks, Participants will have full access to view Video lessons online in English at their own pace and convenience. Should a question come up or clarification be needed on any of the material in the Videos, help is available by browsing the library of past Questions & Answers arranged by subject. Dr Pasang Yonten Arya will regularly review and provide answers to emailed questions on the course material.
Examination and certification
There is no certification for this course.
CHF 120.- (Swiss francs)
Payment is made at the enrolment (credit card, Paypal account or bank transfer).
Complete the registration form by clicking on the button below and proceed to payment. Once payment is accepted, an email notification will be sent within 1-2 days to the email address provided with a personal login and password, for a 4-week access to the course. The effective start date of the 4-week course is when the login and password are sent to the registered Participant.
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Applicable law, jurisdiction
Swiss law exclusively shall be applicable to the present contract. Neuchâtel, Switzerland is stipulated as the place of jurisdiction