Buddhist Siddhi Yogas Education

Buddha’s Alchemy Siddhi Yogas Teachings and Training

Buddha’s Alchemy offers classes and training in meditation, Buddhist psychology, and siddhi healing. All are taught in the traditional Buddhist oral tradition and are part of training in the siddhi yogas. Knowledge, skills, and awareness are transmitted directly from teacher to student using yogic teaching methods. Direct explanation, pointing to indicators of truth, and sharing of energy are ancient teaching methods used by Buddha Shakyamuni himself, and many teachers after him.

Parayana Buddhism incorporates both physical healing and spiritual medicine, jhana development through meditation and mindfulness, and understanding of the mind (Buddhist psychology) as main platforms for spiritual growth and paths of service. In the Himalayan regions of what is now India, China, Tibet and surrounding areas, rishis, sages, monks, and others who practiced these siddhi yogas and healing arts traveled back and forth freely sharing teachings and information. The Parayana Buddhist teachings originated in this region. Jivaka who was Buddha Shakyamuni’s personal physician, is a patriarch of our healing system, and was particularly skilled in energy medicine.

A siddhi is what would be described in modern day terms as a supernatural ability, or uncommon “power”. Siddhis are often effects that come about naturally as a practitioner develops more intense mind strength and concentration. In his day, Buddha’s disciples commonly acquired these abilities as side effects of the concentration practices that he taught. A practitioner of siddhi yogas, or a person who has naturally acquired these abilites, is called a siddha. Siddhis can manifest in many ways. In Parayana Buddhism, siddhis are developed as a means to heal more skilfully and connect with the ultimate healer – Life Force.

siddhi yogas mahasiddha Milarepa
siddhi yogas Mahasiddha Buddha Shakyamuni
Buddhist Siddhi Healing Training

Learn to heal with life force energy
Buddhist siddhi healing views the base of all manifestation as energy. This forms an important basis for our healing. Through mind strengthening and healing skills development, learn how to use chi and shen, and connect to and direct life force energy – the true healing power. Our energy healing incorporates 19 different qualities of chi, each with its own characteristics and effects.
Meditation and Mindfulness Training

Develop awareness and concentration
Buddha’s Alchemy teaches meditation and mindfulness together so that the practitioner is able to exercise both in tandem, and walk them into daily life. Deeper levels of concentration and awareness are essential for connecting to life force energy, and recognizing higher Truths.
Buddhist Psychology
Be an influencer of change and karma, not a consequence
Buddhist psychology is training in understanding the mind. Subconscious conditioned patterns and resulting viewpoints and behaviours limit our possibilities in life. Karma is not something you helplessly and passively have to watch. You actively create it, whether you are conscious of how or not. Learn how.



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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Want to study with us? Visit our specific training pages for more information, or contact us for a consultation!

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Buddhist siddhi healing mantra

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Today we began the garden root harvest. There is still more to come, but we have a good start. Angelica, Marshmallow, and Elecampane started the season. I feel some cough medicine in the works!

Elecampane root (Inula helenium) is suited to conditions of Dampness and Phlegm due to its drying and expectorant qualities. It treats respiratory conditions such as coughs , asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis and infections. In addition, it is rejuvenating to the Lung Qi, and hence can be used as a Qi tonic. Elecampane also clears Phlegm from the digestive tract. It is a digestive aid and especially warming to the Spleen when dry fried. It can be used to treat nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery, cholecystitis, gallstones and intestinal worms. Its anti-parasitic property makes it useful in treating malaria. Elecampane can be used externally to relieve neurogenic pain such as sciatica and rheumatism.

Angelica archangelica root is a warming diaphoretic, and a cousin to Angelica sinensis, the well known Chinese herb called Dang gui. Angelica archangelica is commonly used as an expectorant to treat phlegm in the lungs, and also to release Exterior Wind-Cold and dispel Wind-Damp in colds, asthma, coughs and bronchitis. As it dispels Wind-Damp-Cold, it is also used to treat arthritis and rheumatism. Angelica archangelica moves Blood, and is effective as an emmenagogue. As a carminative and stomachic, it can treat poor digestion. This is a fantastic and versatile garden herb. Processing the roots is an aromatic experience, and will leave your hands smelling wonderful, but sticky from the angelicin (resin).

Marshmallow root (Althaea officinalis) is a well know Western cooling demulcent herb due to its generous mucilage content. Marshmallow can be employed in a variety of conditions. It soothes cough, is anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory, calms fevers, tonifies Yin and clears Heat toxins. Marshmallow also stops bleeding. Marshmallow can be applied to any situation where mucous membranes are dry, inflamed or irritated, including urinary stones, cough/bronchitis/laryngitis, IBS/Chron’s, gangrene, cystitis, and ulcers. It can also be used to tonify Yin in wasting diseases like diabetes, and to stop various kinds of bleeding. The root and leaves may be used, with the root containing the highest amount of mucilage. Mucilage does not tincture well, so direct application or cold infusions are the best choice for medicine.
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