Tibetan medicine Assisi
Tibetan medicine is a science that takes care of the needs of the human being in all its dimensions, of the body, the mind and the spirit. It is a science that aims to bring the human being back into a dimension of balance between all its elements. Mainly this practice has a preventive purpose on diseases, and tends to cure the body in its entirety by acting first on the causes and then on the effects of the disease. In Tibetan medicine it is impossible to cure only the patient’s body without taking into account his personal history, the view he leads and his mentality. Tibetan medicine takes into consideration three humors: Lun, Tripa and Peken, respectively connected to the elements of air, bile and phlegm. These three humors are the sum of the energies that continuously flow in the human body. When these three elements are in balance, a state of health is generated, when this balance is lacking a disease arises, disease in Tibetan medicine is life as an absence of balance and harmony between the three humors. This science explains that everything that exists in the world depends on how the mind perceives it, the mind is the creator of all internal and external phenomena, and the mind and the five elements manifest themselves in the form of energy and gross matter which they represent, the body, mind and energy. Once a disease has arisen, the treatment tends to restore the lost balance by acting on the origin of the cause.