Good Karma introduces the Yuthok Nyingthig. The spiritual practice of traditional Tibetan Medicine (TTM)
The Tibetan Art of Good Karma describes the spiritual practice of TTM, called Yuthok Nyingthig, which is used as an all-embracing guide by healers, practitioners, and medical doctors. In this book Dr Nida Chenagtsang describes his profound journey of self-discovery: Since the time I began the practice of the Yuthok Nyingthig, my normal world changed, and my view and philosophy of life was changed forever. I was raised in a spiritual and natural way so this was always part of my being, but the Yuthok Nyingthig completely changed my life in an essential way, touching the very core of my being, enhancing wisdom in my practice of Tibetan medicine.
This book is essential reading for anyone who intends to embark on a healing path, and will ultimately bring great rewards in their spiritual practice. It truly opens the door to understanding Tibetan medical practice, a very specific part of Tibetan culture, which is considered to be one of the great medical lineages, together with traditional Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda. TTM taps into a deeper consciousness that links different cultures, from Siberia to Eastern Europe, Japan to Australia, and both North and South America.
Many students were inspired to learn TTM after reading this book, which motivated Dr Nida to start the International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine (IATTM) and help open over 20 learning centres all over the world.
Author: Dr Nida Chenagtsang. 2013 edition
Paperback. This edition published by Sorig Press. Contains sacred text which may require transmission.