Tibetan Medicine, the word “Tantra” means “Continuously Protecting Life”

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In the Gyudhsi, the 4 medical tantras transmitted by the Buddha, the word Tantra translates in this context as “continuously protecting life”.

 

The full translation is – Amrita-hridhaya-anga-ashta-guhya-upadesha-tantra-nama

 

This means: The immortal nectar of the heart essence branch of the eighth secret oral tradition which is continuously protecting life.

 

Tibetan Medicine is rooted in Tibetan Buddhist Tantra and Tantric practice is used as medicine to heal mental, emotional, physical, sexual, and spiritual afflictions.

 

Learn more about healing with the Tibetan 5 Element practices in our eBook “Tantra is Medicine” HERE

 

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