Tibetan Cranial Therapy

Energy Based Tibetan Cranial Therapy

Tibetan cranial therapy of the Parayana Buddhist tradition is a specialized use of chi (energy) that affects the dynamic utilization of cerebral spinal fluids. On a broader scale it also includes all of the fluids in the body that are housed in organs, in any cavities, or in any of the interstitial spaces.

Tibetan cranial therapy as practiced by Parayana Buddhist siddhi healers has been utilized for centuries in the Himalayan regions. It is a little-known therapy with roots in the Tibetan Himalayan area (though not necessarily part of modern Traditional Tibetan medicine), is a form of yogic healing that utilizes energy skills, and is not found in other healing traditions. It has been taught via oral transmission from our Master Teachers. It differs from Western cranial sacral therapy in that it entails only very light touch itself, but can be combined with cranial, spinal or sacral bone adjustments in the same treatment.

This cranial therapy brings about repolarization of areas of the body that are not in sync with any of the organ systems or their integrated functions in the body as a whole. The therapy tends to very soothing to the nerves and can be used as a method for deactivating and calming symptoms of stress. 

Some examples of conditions treated:
  • induces calmness
  • reduces extraneous nerve excitation
  • stabilizes circulatory and nervous system
  • regenerates cellular tissue
  • increases energy
  • speeds recovery
  • equalizes circulatory and nervous system balance
  • assists with elimination of toxins
  • calms and sedates nerves
  • reduces extraneous nerve excitation
  • removes toxins
  • reduces inflammation
  • triggers immune system to produce more constituents
  • removes toxins
  • corrects hormonal imbalances
  • induces calmness
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tibetan cranial therapy
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All energy and all cycles of motion are but the interflow of living mind, appearing as the ebb and flow of all that exists.
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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.

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