Tibetan Tantric Yoginic Bodywork:
The Path to Radiant Health
More than 2,500 years ago, Buddha achieved enlightenment and healing power, which he used to cure people of emotional, physical and spiritual afflictions. Since then, Buddha’s energy healing techniques and teachings of loving kindness and compassion have been adopted by generations of Tibetan Buddhist masters, including Scottsdale’s Dhargya Lobsang, a former monk who brings his transformational Tibetan Tantric Yoginic Bodywork treatment to you through Buddha Walk for Radiant Health.
The art of Tibetan Tantric Yoginic Bodywork practiced by Dhargya incorporates both Tummo yoga and Tsa Rlung therapy, (including Tummo Yoga to awaken the body’s inner fire and Tsa Rlung therapy to open the energy channels and chakras), the same transformational healing practices adopted by Bodhisattvas and Buddhist practitioners for centuries. Through many years of study, Tibetan, Indian and Chinese spiritual masters perfected this art of mind, body and spiritual transformation to attain the ultimate in well-being and enlightenment. Dhargya shares this gift with you so that you may receive the benefit of this ancient knowledge within a few sessions.
“Our bodies have the natural ability to heal themselves,” says Dhargya. “When our Wind, or life-force energy (Rlung in Tibetan; Qi or Chi in Chinese), is flowing properly through the circulatory system, then our internal systems, our energy, can be rebalanced and restored. This allows the brain to send the proper chemicals through the central nervous system on the subtle cellular level to repair damaged or distressed cells, adrenal glands, hormones and the immune system. Tibetan Tantric Yogic Bodywork restores the body’s self-healing ability by finding and eliminating the stagnated, negative energy blockages that cause physical pain, emotional struggles and spiritual turmoil. Regular massage is good for relaxation and for short-term relief of physical discomfort. But to achieve long-term healing and radiant health, massage is best done after we go deeper and reopen the energy channels that are vital for the constant follow of vital life-force energy.”
Dhargya accomplishes this using integrated methods of traditional Tibetan Tantric Yoginic Bodywork (including Tummo Yoga to awaken the body’s inner fire and Tsa Rlung therapy to open the energy channels and chakras), the Chinese principle of yin and yang energy in harmony, and components of Tibetan Bon shamanism, specifically balancing of the five essential elements, to achieve the release of trapped negative energy and memories that have been stored in the body on the cellular level. These principles are applied by using a variety of gentle energy movement exercises, assisted postures, stretches, specialized “vase breathing,” massage, meridian acupressure and opening the chakra channels.
“Every session is customized based on your individual needs and health goals,” explains Dhargya. “The beauty of this work is that there is no limit of modality. It allows me to use the best combination of tools and methods for each client’s energy, emotion and spiritual release.”
The heart of the Tibetan healing tradition is the recognition that the physical world, including our bodies, are largely a product of our individual perception and it is the mind that directs our bodies towards sickness or good health . The three mental factors or poisons that cause sickness are, attachment, aggression and ignorance. Ultimately true healing begins when we discover within ourselves that place where we are linked with the larger forces of the Universe. When we put our vital force energy out of balance or dis-harmony; it causes Rlung , tripa and beken.
Tibetan healers view health as a question of finding balance in life. A variety of circumstances such as diet, lifestyle, seasonal and mental conditions can disturb this natural balance, and these give rise to all kinds of health disorders. Dalia Lama and other Tibetan spiritual masters, doctors and healers ; old and young have practiced and dedicated their lives to purifying their body, mind, and their words to transcend the mind to universal timeless spiritual truth and happiness. And to elevate them from all pain and suffering in this life and ultimately to achieve a state of enlightenment.
A practitioner of Tibetan Tantric Yoginic Bodywork, must combine a strong realization of wisdom, compassion and unconditional love for everyones well-being. All must go through Tonglen dedication meditation, in the practice, one visualizes taking onto oneself the suffering of others on the in-breath, and on the out-breath giving happiness and success to all sentient beings, to perfect and cultivate the transformation of their body, mind and spirit for radiant healing light which is in Buddhism, Bodhicitta Mind. The mind that strives toward awakening and compassion for the benefit of all sentient beings.
Compassion is the heart of Tibetan healing and medicine . Cultivating Bodhicitta, the aspiration to attain enlightenment to liberate all beings from suffering is the wish fulfilling jewel. Since all happiness comes from the realization and expression of compassion and bodhicitta without Tantric Yoginic healing practice is ineffective.
The secret practice of mystical contemplation called "dzogchen " one of the most secret practice of Tibetan Tantric Yoginic healing, is the highest and most definitive path to enlightenment, was only accessible to highly spiritual monks and their faithful followers to experience for centuries in Tibetan culture. However, I believe that something that would benefit all sentient beings should be shared to every corner of the universe, rather then kept in secret for just a few. It is my profound belief that great healing work can initiate the healing response within us and urge us beyond all limited self-identification, beyond time and boundaries to achieve radiant health for all humanity.
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