ONLINE • The Healing Buddha: Ancient Tibetan Wisdom for the Global Pandemic
Dr. Nashalla Nyinda
February 20–21, 2021
- $75.00 – Subsidized Tuition
- $150.00 – Standard Tuition
- $200.00 – Supporting Tuition
Tibetan medical texts described future degenerate times, where never before seen diseases arise in times of environmental degradation. Universal healing and the Medicine Buddha’s practice included instructions, recipes, and methods for working with such degenerate times. Meditation and emanating the healing energy we all possess is profoundly useful for increasing compassion and insight into our sameness as human beings. This illuminates our enlightened mind, bringing harmony to elements in disharmonious times. Alleviating compassion fatigue is needed more than ever as we suffer as one human race. This practice directly remedies any illness of the body-mind-spirit. Simply hearing Menla’s name or mantra, we penetrate and correct imbalances at the relative and ultimate levels.
Nashalla Gwyn Nyinda, Menpa, TMD began studying Tibetan Medicine in 1999. Encouraged by her root teacher, The Very Venerable Thrangu Rinpoche, she interned at Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute’s Clinic in Darjeeling, India for two years. Nashalla’s Menpa degree was conferred in 2009 by Qinghai Tibetan Medical College and The Shang Shung Institute of Tibetan Medicine. She founded The Sowa Birthing Method, a bodywork series geared at decreasing medical intervention and postpartum depression. Her Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies from Naropa University focused on Asian Medicines and Buddhist Psychology. Nashalla went to the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture for a Masters of Acupuncture in the Classical Five-Element lineage. She teaches as an Adjunct Professor at Naropa University, and lectures on Buddhism, meditation and Asian healing traditions worldwide to Tibetan and Western students, practitioners, doctors. Nashalla directs the Nyinda Clinic of Tibetan Medicine & Holistic Healing in Boulder, Colorado.