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Traditional Tibetan Medicine Lecture Weekend

Traditional Tibetan Medicine (TTM) assumes that the three body fluids wind, bile and mucus flow in the canals, which provide the body with blood, vitamins, hormones and minerals, among other things. The body is made up of the elements fire, earth, water, wind and space. If one of these elements is out of balance, this affects the body on both a physical and psychological level.

Using the medicine tree and its disease and health details, Amchi Lobsang Rabjee will give an insight into the basics of traditional Tibetan medicine.

Amchi Lobsang Rabjee studied Traditional Tibetan Medicine at the Tibetan Medicine Institute in Sichuan. There he achieved the second place of the best students in medical theory. Since then he has repeatedly accepted the invitation to the West, where he likes to share his specialist knowledge with dedication.

Emchi speaks in Tibetan and is interpreted in German – by interest english possible.

Great Mandala of Medicine Buddha with 51 companions

The practice of the great Medicine Buddha Mandala is an extensive practice which gives us a deep insight into the world of the lapis lazuli blue healer with his 51 companions.

Venerable Lodrö Rinpoche will explain the practice of the Medicine Buddha during 6 days after the practice authorization with the appropriate commentary. At the same time, the traditional sadhanas (practice texts) and their meditation, including visualization techniques and mantra of the healing Buddha, will be introduced in practice sessions.

It is possible to attend the course only during the first week of Saturday 9 – Saturday 16 March 2019.

Those who wish to complete the traditional Medicine Buddha Mantra retreat additionally need the second half from Saturday 16 – Thursday 21 March 2019.

The retreat will be concluded with a traditional fire puja together with Lama Lodrö Rinpoche.


Initiation, commentary, practice with conclusion; 12 days Saturday 9 March – Thursday 21 March 2019

Initiation, commentary, practice; only first 7 days Saturday 9 March – Saturday 16 March 2019