Sowa Rigpa: The Foundations (Part Three)

50 Hour Live Online Course with Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

JANUARY 18th - MARCH 31st

Mondays & Wednesdays

8-10:30am Los Angeles | 5-7:30 pm Rome

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The third in our series of Year One Foundations of Sowa Rigpa courses covers the topics of Sowa Rigpa Diet & Lifestyle and Sowa Rigpa Psychology.


Course consists of 20 2.5-hour live interactive webinars taught by Dr. Nida


PRE-REQUISITES 
(Must be completed prior to taking this course)

Sowa Rigpa: The Foundations (Part One)
Sowa Rigpa: The Foundations (Part Two)

(Or Sorig Khang International equivalents)


Contact info@sowarigpainstitute.org with questions regarding equivalencies.

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Course curriculum

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  • 1

    GETTING STARTED

  • 2

    LIBRARY

    • Daily Medicine Buddha and Yuthok Prayers

    • Introduction/ Topics Covered in this Course

    • Course Text: Lifestyle Module

    • Course text: Lecture Terminology and Notes

    • Sowa Rigpa Images

    • Slides by SRI: Diet and Lifestyle

    • Slides by SRI: Psychology and Sowa Rigpa

    • TEXT ONLY--ALL SLIDES BY SRI - for printing and downloading

    • Slide presentation by Dr. Caroline VanDamme: 1 March - Attachment Theory

    • Slide presentation by Dr. Caroline Van Damme: 3 March - Anxiety

    • Slide presentation by Dr. Caroline VanDamme 8 March - Mood Disorders

    • Slide presentation by Dr. Caroline VanDamme 10 March - Psychotic Disorders

    • Slide presentation by Dr. Caroline VanDamme 15 March - Addictions

    • Slide presentation by Dr. Van Damme - March 17 Personality Problems

    • Slides prepared by Dr. Van Damme - 22 March - Families

    • Slides prepared by Dr. Van Damme - 24 March, Dharma and Mental Health

    • ROOT TANTRA LIFESTYLE: CHAPTERS 13, 14 + 15 - MenTseeKhang translation - FOR REFERENCE ONLY!

  • 3

    MODULE ONE: SOWA RIGPA LIFESTYLE

    • 1.1 | Monday January 18th

    • 1.2 | Wednesday January 20th

    • 1.3 | Monday January 25th

    • 1.4 | Wednesday January 27th

    • HOMEWORK #1 (Due Monday February 1st): Research Write-up on Lifestyle (The Explanatory Tantra, Chapters 13 -15)

    • SLIDESHOW: Lifestyle (Explanatory Tantra, chapters 13-15)

  • 4

    MODULE TWO: SOWA RIGPA DIET

    • HOMEWORK #2 (Due Wednesday, February 3rd): Advice on Social Lifestyle (The Explanatory Tantra, Chapter 13)

    • 2.1 | Monday February 1st

    • 2.2 | Wednesday February 3rd

    • EXERCISE: THE 6 TASTES AND THE FOODS YOU EAT

    • 2.3 | Monday February 8th

    • 2.4 | Wednesday February 10th

    • LOSAR BREAK: no lectures Monday 15 February + Wednesday 17 February / no social hour Friday 19 February

    • DIET RESEARCH PROJECT DESCRIPTION

    • 2.5 | February 22nd

    • 2.6 | February 24th

  • 5

    QUIZ COVERING MODULES ONE AND TWO

    • Open-book quiz covering material from both Module One and Module Two

  • 6

    MODULE THREE: SOWA RIGPA PSYCHOLOGY

    • 3.1 | Monday March 1st

    • 3.2 | Wednesday March 3rd

    • 3.3 | Monday March 8th

    • 3.4 | Wednesday March 10th

    • DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME AND CLASS TIMES!!

    • 3.5 | Monday March 15th

    • 3.6 | Wednesday March 17th

    • 3.7 | Monday March 22nd

    • 3.8 | Wednesday March 24th

  • 7

    REVIEW AND CONCLUSION

    • 4.1 | Monday March 29th

    • 4.2 | Wednesday March 31st

    • DIET RESEARCH FINAL PROJECT: upload due 31 March

  • 8

    QUIZ COVERING MODULE THREE

    • Open-book quiz covering material from Module Three

  • 9

    Congratulations!

    • How to receive your certificate of completion

Instructor

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang is a traditional Tibetan physician and lineage holder of the Yuthok Nyingthig, the unique Vajrayana Buddhist spiritual healing tradition of Tibetan Medicine. Born in Amdo, in North Eastern Tibet, he began his early medical studies at the local Tibetan Medicine hospital and later was awarded scholarship to enter the Lhasa Tibetan Medical University where he completed his medical education in 1996, with practical training at the Tibetan Medicine hospitals in Lhasa and Lhoka. Dr. Nida has published several books and articles on Tibetan medicine, meditation, and yoga, and his extensive research and revival of ancient Tibetan healing methods has earned him great acclaim in both East and West. Founder of the Sowa Rigpa Institute, Dr. Nida trains students in Sowa Rigpa and the Yuthok Nyingthig in over forty countries internationally.