Re-establishing Indigenous Cosmology in Medicine

Indigenous Nature Medicine and Traditional Therapy


CONSULTATION SERVICES

Simple Traditional Herbal Remedies

Herbs were commonly used before western pharmaceuticals were introduced.   Beginning with simple spices found in the kitchen, preventing disease and promoting health is easy.


Traditiional Therapies

Trained in a variety of modalities, Gunasilan primarily uses those therapies classically used in Sowa Rigpa.











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Traditional Wellness Recommendations

Half hour phone consultation - $60.00

In person,  "in-House" consultation -$85

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Simple Solutions

Caring For Health

How to care for health and prevent disease according to Traditional Indigenous Medicine concepts.  The basic principles.

Harmony in Healing

How to apply the basics.  The individualized behavior and diet that brings balance.  

Looking Forward

Spreadign traditional "Nature Medicine" knowledge to the world.  Indigenous medicine connection through Sowa Rigpa (Traditional Tibetan Medicine) and traditional therapy as is communicated through the various indigenous traditions of the world.


. MOST INFORMATION SHARED ON THIS SITE ORIGINATES FROM THE ANCIENT "HEALING SCIENCE" OR SOWA RIGPA>

Sowa Rigpa is also known traditionally as the medicine of the Sages. Historically, genius Yogi-Saints combined their medical systems from around the world, headed by perhaps the greatest mystic healer known - Yuthok, literally meaning "Turquoise Roof". It is W.H.O recognized as the indigenous healing system that has been in use in its current form for more than a thousand years in Eastern Russia, Siberia, Mongolia, Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet, and the himalayan regions of India.

Global Traditions Agree!

COLD DISORDER

Anaerobic/Anabolic Dominance

Deficient Oxidation

WIND DISORDER

Loss of organization(balance) of the bodies' morphogenic field.  Loss of the integrity of the ANS (autonomic nervous system) to relate to the SNS(sympathetic nervous system) harmoniously.  Caused by excess stress of all kinds,and bad energy( from people, places, dreams, visions, emotions, and events, or bad energetic reaction to the same..

HOT DISORDER

Catabolic/Dysaerobic Dominance

Excess Oxidation


RELATIONSHIP OF THESE THREE DISORDERS TO THE DOMINANT EFFECTS OF PHARMACEUTICALS, SUPERFOODS AND SUPPLEMENTS

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Indigenous Medicine

9010 Winding Way, Oregon House, California 95962, United States

(530) 812-2566

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Accredited Instruction in Sowa Rigpa Root Tantra, and external therapies certified through Sorig Khang International.

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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goal in producing an educational institute to support indigenous medical traditions and their exposure to the general public..  Your generous donation will fund our mission.  For every donation over $100.00 we will send a free copy of Principle of Harmony in Healing, Unity in the Mystery and History of Medicine Thank You.

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"The Principle of Harmony in Healing is a pioneering work that reveals many surprising links between the indigenous medical traditions of antiquity, suggesting that the world’s oldest medical systems were likely conjoined or coordinated across the planet in ancient times. This captivating book not only unearths the forgotten role of harmony between patient and healer, but also exposes innumerable other startling connections among the ancient cultures that emphasized such a harmony in their medicine. How is the Hindu god Brahma, and his consort Saraswati, linked with the Hebrew luminary Abrahm, and his wife Sara? How is the Hindu Kush mountain range related to the Land of Kush along the Blue Nile in Ethiopia? Sowa Rigpa—the indigenous medicine of Tibet, Bhutan, Nepal, Mongolia, and Himalayan regions of India—fused many ancient medical traditions together in a unified system that has not only benefited countless patients throughout history, but also exhibits many key characteristics of the other medical traditions that thrived in distant parts of the world in past millennia, including Mesoamerica and Indonesia. How and why did these traditions come to have such an uncanny resemblance in an era when they are not believed to have developed any contact with each other? Is there a connection between the Amchi shamans of the Himalayas and the Hampchi healers of the Andes? These are just a few of the alluring questions covered in deBecker’s ground-breaking work, The Principle of Harmony in Healing."