Three types of buddha are recognized: The way to Buddhahood is somewhat differently understood in the various buddhist traditions.
Dharma Haven Home Page Introduction Before the communist takeover, Tibet was a Buddhist country, and Tibetan Buddhist culture still survives somewhat in some of the neighboring countries like Bhutan and Nepal, and in refugee communities in India and in the West.
Buddhism is very practical. All of the Dharma is based on Buddha's discovery that suffering is unnecessary: Like a disease, once we really face the fact that suffering exists, we can look more deeply and discover it's cause; and when we discover that the cause is dependent on certain conditions, we can explore the possibility of removing those conditions.
Buddha taught many methods for doing that, and the Tibetans have preserved and refined many of them over the centuries. The spiritual and psychological entanglements that lead to suffering also can result in illness of all sorts.
Many Tibetan Buddhist methods and tools for awakening, for removing those entanglements, also promote relaxation and healing. In traditional Tibetan culture, practicing meditation and using prayer wheels, incense, prayer flags and other methods all work together with Tibetan herbal medicine in healing illness and maintaining health.
You can use this page as a way of learning more about Tibetan culture, or you can actually try out some of the techniques to see if they might be useful in improving your own health. These methods of spiritual healing require no training in Buddhist theory and little practical instruction, and the equipment required is inexpensive and available by mail.
Meditation is especially simple -- you probably have the necessary equipment already: A human body, awareness, some emotional energies, and an environment are about all you need. You do need a little basic instruction to get started, with any of these methods, and this page will lead you to resources for acquiring the tools and learning to use them.
The more you practice, the more you learn. The Modern Legacy of Medicine Buddha Peter Fenton Full of stories and interviews, illustrated with photos, charts, and drawings, it offers a glimpse of all the many facets of healing that were integrated in traditional Tibetan culture. Exploring physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of healing, Fenton includes topics like healing sounds and symbols, and shamanic healing and divination, which are rarely addressed in books on Tibetan medicine.
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