This workshop opens the door to the profound world of Dream Studies from the perspective of Tibetan medical and spiritual practice. Topics include:
• Dreams and the Subtle Body: How dreams arise in the mind from the point of view of Tibetan yogic science
• Dream Interpretation: The art of dream analysis, including the meaning and interpretation of dream symbols
• Medical Dream Diagnosis: Using dreams for diagnosis of illness and prognosis
• Dream Work: Dynamic techniques for overcoming blockages of energy and mind
• Dream Practice: Spiritual practices to develop dream clarity and prophetic capacity, and for differentiating between ordinary, symbolic, and prophetic dreams
• Dream Yoga: An introduction to the most profound study and practice of dreams in the Tibetan tradition
Dr Nida Chenagtsang was born in Amdo, in Eastern Tibet, and trained in Tibetan Medicine at Lhasa Tibetan Medical University. He is Co-Founder and Medical Director of Sorig Khang International (formerly the International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine) and Co-Founder of the International Ngak-mang Institute, established to preserve and maintain the Rebkong Ngakpa yogic culture within modern Tibetan society. Dr. Nida has published many articles and books on Sowa Rigpa (Traditional Tibetan Medicine). He has extensively researched ancient Tibetan healing methods, and has earned high acclaim in the East and West for his revival of traditional Tibetan external healing therapies. Fluent in English and known for his humorous and accessible style, Dr. Nida trains students in Sowa Rigpa and the Yuthok Nyingthig spiritual tradition in over 40 countries around the world.
Dates & Times:
Saturday–Sunday, July 9–10, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
$200 by June 15; $240 after June 15
• Discounts are available for students at accredited institutions — please contact us for more information.
Sorig Khang Portland is an approved NCCAOM Professional Development Activity provider for licensed acupuncturists. This Dream Studies workshop is pending approval from the NCCAOM for 12 PDA Points.