Buddhist Siddhi Yoga Energy Healing Training

Siddhi Yogas and Energy Healing Training

Buddhist siddhi yoga and energy healing training teaches a healing system for self and others, combining the uses of energy healing and mind yogas. Some parts of it resemble movement exercises like tai chi or chi kung, or very easy, gentle forms of hatha yoga. It also has similarities to Tibetan forms of Kum Nye massage and yantra (a Tibetan form of physical and energy yoga). Sometimes it is likened to Reiki although it is vastly more developed. This is because it is a system that Unsui only learned a very small portion of. In Buddhist siddhi yoga and energy healing training, there are distinct ways of using 19 different prana or chi qualities. 

The root of the Sanskrit word “siddhi” is “sid,” meaning “real truth,” or what is “truly true.” Siddhi means “accomplishment,” “attainment,” “perfection,” “success.” These meanings are applied to both common worldly endeavors, and also to uncommon or supernatural attainments. 

Buddhist siddhi yoga healing utilizes some common physical methods and techniques, such as Indian and Tibetan acupoints, reflexive triggers, some aspects of massage (of self and others) and stimulation or sedation of the three gates (nerves, circulatory and chi pathways). This approach also develops and uses uncommon methods including meditation for healing, prana (life energy or chi), mind strength energies and powers of concentration. At the higher levels of skillfulness, through strengthening the mind, the practitioner is able to ultimately use heart strength to connect with life force energy. Life force energy is the strongest healing power one can utilize, and largely accounts for siddhi development.

Unique and useful benefits of training with us:

Incredibly rare understandings and techniques never before discussed or seen in the West

Unique methods of application which can augment anyone’s healing practice experienced with chi or not

Rare transmissions of means and method, for both prana and mind energetics 

Development of different mind focussing awarenesses and strengths for healing

Proper use of visualization

Working with deeper forms of meditation for healing

Introduction to sound yoga and its role in healing

The “3 vajra” (as pristine powers) of mind, speech and form

Develop the rare understanding of how to communicate with life force energy – the true healer

energy healing training / siddha
energy healing training



Vancouver: Mon 7:30-9:00pm  

Victoria: Thurs 7:30-9:00pm




Private classes available.  


Basic taught in Buddhist psychology.


Medical Chi Kung training.  

Siddhi Yoga healing training.


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Would you like to elevate your healing skills to a new level and offer rare, unique and effective healing to clients? Train with us in Buddhist siddhi yoga healing, or Medical Chi Kung healing.

In healing, the living life energy is the basis of all that exists and is the source of all that is worked with.

Buddhist siddhi healing mantra

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My favorite time of year again - wild rose harvest. Rose is considered an astringent herb.

Rosa spp. (hips/fruit/flower) – Rose

TCM: Jing Ying Zi (hips); Ayurveda: Gulab, Shatapatri

Rose hips are neutral to cool, drying, astringent, and sour in TCM, and bitter, astringent, pungent, and sweet in Ayurveda. In TCM, they affect the Kidneys, Bladder and Large Intestine. In Ayurveda, rose petals and hips are used, and they are considered balancing to the 3 doshas, but are especially effective at reducing Pitta. They affect the plasma, marrow, blood, nerve and reproductive dhatus.

Properties of Rosa spp. flowers are anti-bacterial, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antidiuretic, anti-viral, aphrodisiac, antispasmodic, blood tonic, carminative, expectorant, kidney tonic, and sedative.

Properties of Rosa spp. hips/fruit are stomachic, antidiarrheal, cholesterol lowering, antidiuretic, stabilizing and binding, astringent, blood tonic, diuretic (in Ayurveda), laxative, nutritive, carminative.

Traditional and modern indications for Rose include:

-kidney and bladder infections
-dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, menorrhagia
-gout and rheumatism
-anxiety, depression
-various inflammations

In Ayurveda, Rose is also commonly added to formulations for treating skin problems (for its anti-Pitta properties), and for beautifying skin. In Western cosmetics, it is frequently employed as an anti-aging and nourishing component of the same. In Middle Eastern traditions and in India, Rose carries a spiritual connotation as a symbol of deep love, and is especially referenced in the Sufi and Bahai teachings. Its scent can be carried around the neck of the wearer to help induce deep states of meditation and devotion.

Examples of TCM patterns where Rose can be employed include: Spleen Qi Deficiency, Heart Qi Deficiency, Blood Deficiency, Kidney Yin and Yang Deficiencies, and Essence Deficiency. A well-known TCM formula that includes Rose and treats spermatorrhea is Jin Suo Gu Jing Wan.

Read the entire article about herbal astringents here: https://buddhasalchemy.com/herbal-astringents-around-the-world-what-they-are-and-how-to-use-them/
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