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By Mary Kurus Copyright Mary Kurus 2001, All Rights Reserved Background In 1985 a book called The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth written by Peter Kelder was published which for the first time fully described an exercise program for "youthing". This is an exercise program used by Tibetan monks to live long, vibrant and healthy lives. In fact, this book states that many have lived longer than most can imagine by following the program often called the "Five Tibetan Rites". Potential Benefits of the Five Rites How the Five Rites Work Medical professions explain the benefits based on their personal perspective and I suggest you read the entire two books for a broad overview. Chakras Chakra is an Indian Sanskrit word that translates to mean "Wheel of Spinning Energy". Our bodies contain seven major chakras or energy centers and 122 minor chakras. The Speed of the chakra spin is a key to vibrant health. The Five Rites Exercise Program Beginning the "Five Rites" Exercise Program Rite #1

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Five Tibetan Rites The Eye of Revelation by Peter Kelder The Five Tibetan Rites are also referred to as "The Five Rites", "The Five Tibetans" and "The Five Rites of Rejuvenation".[6] Booklet[edit] Breathing: Three Exercises "Practicing regular, mindful breathing can be calming and energizing and can even help with stress-related health problems ranging from panic attacks to digestive disorders." Andrew Weil, M.D. Since breathing is something we can control and regulate, it is a useful tool for achieving a relaxed and clear state of mind.

Symbolic Imagery in Himalayan and Tibetan Sacred Art The arts of India, Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan display a rich stylistic diversity. However, these Himalayan regions share many symbols and important figures in their arts. Dating from the first millennium, Himalayan art is part of the Buddhist tradition.

The Power of Tara Mantra “Om Tare Tuttare Ture Swaha” for daily protection Tara is known to protect from fear and danger, heal illness, increase longevity and increase prosperity. On the ultimate level, she awakens our wisdom so that we can realize the true nature of reality. In Mahayana Buddhist tradition it is believed that practice of Tara mantra or reciting sacred Tara Mantra brings Green Tara’s instant help to overcome all problems and help actualize all our material needs and heartfelt wishes. Goddess Tara is the embodiment of enlightened activity. Tara is a bodhisatta, rather Buddha, who, although totally free from the imperfections of Samsara, remains in samsara to help all those that suffer.

Prescrire Article on Homeopathy The following page was originally published in the English version of the magazine Prescrire international February 1996 Vol 5 No. 21. It is their translation of an article which first appeared in their French edition la revue Prescrire October 1995; 15 (155): 674-684. It has been OCRd by Mike Hutchinson and reproduced on this Web site with permission. Any errors are the responsibility of Mike Hutchinson. Copyright remains with Prescrire International.

"A New Look at the Five Rites of Rejuvenation" by James Borges by James Borges, BSRA The Five Rites are a form of simple stretches that among many things stimulate the gland of the body to increase in vitality and stamina. The Rites are not rigorous exercises. The Five Rites are simple postures that activate the body's nervous system on the etheric level to restore optimal health. The glands are key components in the nervous system.

Practice When it Doesn't Count Two groups of Spiritual Warriors found themselves in a very real and important dilemma. They understood their personal spiritual missions and recognized that energy existed that could prevent them from completing their work. They asked the Creator for the tools they needed, and each warrior received the package as requested. Tibetan Arms and Armor Armor and weapons are certainly not among the images usually called to mind when considering the art or culture of Tibet, which is closely identified with the pacifism and deep spirituality of the Dalai Lama and with the compassionate nature of Tibetan Buddhism . However, this seeming paradox resolves itself when seen in the context of Tibetan history, which includes regular and extended periods of intense military activity from the seventh to the mid-twentieth century. Many excellent examples of Tibetan arms and armor can be found in museum collections today largely due to the fact that various types of armor and weapons continued to be used in Tibet into the early twentieth century, long after they had gone out of use in the West.

Amitaba The following is a condensed Amitaba practice given by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo in 2009 I’d like to address the very newest Dharma practitioners, and offer the method I speak so often and so fondly of. All can benefit. Using Matrix Reimprinting to Rewrite Your Past and Transform Your Future HJ: We typically think of time as a linear experience, when in fact it is multidimensional in nature. The past, present and future all exist simultaneously and we can alter both the past and the future from the present moment. There are a few techniques to do so, with Matrix Reimprinting being one of the most powerful.

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