Tibetan medicine teaches that wellbeing is a lifelong process of living in harmony with our unique, inherent constitutional nature. To promote balance, we need to identify and understand our constitution and make supportive choices. Dr. Miriam Cameron and Dr. Tenzin Namdul will explain how to use their research-based Constitutional Self-Assessment Tool (CSAT) and Lifestyle Guidelines Tool (LGT) to live in sync with our constitution and the natural world. The CSAT and LGT help us to view ourselves as whole individuals with innate healing capacity. The tools encourage us to engage in self-care and integrative care, recognize our interconnectedness, and start with mild therapies, not strong ones.
Tibetan medicine describes the intricate relationship between mind, body, and environment. Multiple factors promote health and dis-ease: thoughts, behavior, diet, genes, nurturing, culture, weather, toxins, work, other people, environment, etc. We will create better health by addressing our unique mental, physical, and spiritual needs on personal, community, national, and planetary levels. Creating a healthier mind and body empowers us to live joyfully and do our part to heal our planet.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event
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