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 +======= Ayurveda Healing ​ Arts Institute =======
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 +
 +======= Level 1-A: "​Ayurvedic Nutrition Educator"​ =======
 +
 +Register by calling us at 510-292-6696
 +
 +NOTE: The 90 [[class hours]] / 6 [[trimester units]] of study in the Level 1-A [[Ayurveda Nutrition Educator]] [[Certificate]] Program involve actually listening to approximately 90 hours of actual recorded audio lectures of [[Rev]]. [[Losang Jinpa]], [[D.Ayur]], [[Ph.D]] and several other teachers.
 +
 +[[Ayurvedic Nutrition Educator]] Certificate can be completed as rapidly as you are able to listen to the 225 hours of classes, take notes, read, do the outside homework and self-study.
 +
 +This homework is beyond the actual 90 hours of "​virtual"​ ([[distance learning]]) classroom time. Expect to spend 30 minutes of self-study for every hour of audio lecture.
 +
 +[[Required Ayurveda Textbooks]]: ​ [[Textbook of Ayurveda]]: Fundamental Principles, Volume One
 +By [[Vasant Lad]], [[B.A.M.S.]],​ [[M.A.Sc.]]
 +
 +This textbook conveys the philosophical and fundamental principles of Ayurveda in a dynamic and inspirational way, providing a detailed foundation upon which to pursue deeper knowledge. ​  ​http://​www.ayurveda.com/​products/​books.html ​  
 +
 +Lad, Vasant, Dr., B.A.M.S., M.A.Sc., Textbook of Ayurveda, Vol I, [[wp>​Albuquerque]],​ [[wp>New Mexico]]: [[Ayurvedic Press]], 2001, 368 Pages, ISBN: 1883725070. (800-863-7721 or 505-291-9698) ​ www.Ayurveda.com,​ http://​www.amazon.com/​gp/​product/​1883725070/​ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20
 +
 +By the end of three to six months of study, the student will have a good grasp of the clinical nutrition aspects of the following Ayurveda topics:
 +
 +From Dr. [[Vasant Lad]'s [[Textbook of Ayurveda]], Volume 1, 2001:
 +
 +[[Shad Darshan]]: The Six Philosophies of Life, p. 4.  With a focus on [[Dharma]] from [[Buddhism]],​ [[Yoga]], [[wp>​Vedanta]],​ and Vedic [[Sankhya]].
 +
 +The [[Five Elements]] and Associated [[Types of Energy]], p. 14.    ​
 +
 +The Universal Five Elements: [[Space]] - [[Air]] - [[Fire]] - [[Water]] - [[Earth]]
 +
 +The [[Six Senses]] and the [[Five Elements]], p. 27.  ​
 +[[Eyes]], [[Ears]], [[Nose]], [[Tongue]], [[Body]] ([[Skin]]), [[Mind]]
 +
 +The [[20 Gunas]] ([[Attribute]]s and Their Relationship to the [[Tridosha]],​ p. 31.  [[Vata]] - Pitta - Kapha
 +
 +Attributes of the Vata Individual, p. 42.
 +Space-Air: [[Catabolic]] Autumnal
 +Cold and Dry  -  Fast and Scattered.
 +
 +Attributes of the Pitta Individual, p. 43.
 +Fire-Water: Metabolic Summer
 +Hot and Wet-Oily ​ - Fast and Focused.
 +
 +Attributes of the Kapha Individual, p. 44.
 +Water-Earth:​ Anabolic Winter
 +Cool and Fatty-Mucousy ​ -  Slow and Relaxed
 +
 +Subtypes of Vata, p. 46.
 +Focus on the Colon and Pelvic Area
 +
 +Subtypes of Pitta, p. 55.
 +Focus on the Liver and Small Intestine
 +
 +Subtypes of Kapha, p. 68.
 +Focus on the Lungs and Stomach
 +
 +Four Varieties of Agni (Metabolism),​ p. 92.
 +1. [[Vata]] Variable Cold Dry-Constipated;​
 +2. [[Pitta]] Irritable Acidic-Sharp Hot-Diarrhea;​
 +3. [[Kapha]] Slow Cold Mucousy-Fatty Ama;
 +4. Healthy - Balanced - Warm
 +
 +The Amino Acids and 20 Gunas, p. 98.
 +
 +The Seven [[Dhatus]], p. 104.
 +Bodily Tissues
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of [[Rasa]] Disorders, p. 110
 +Lymphatic System and Blood Plasma.
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of [[Rakta]] Disorders, p.118. ​ Blood Tissue, Hemopoetic System
 +
 +Blood Types Correlated to the [[Doshas]], p. 120.
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of Mamsa Disorders, p. 129.  Muscle Tissue.
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of Meda Disorders, p. 140.  Fat - Adipose Tissue.
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of Asthi Disorders, p. 151.  Bone - Osteo - Osseous Tissue.
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of Majja Disorders, p. 170.  Nervous System - The Brain and Mind.
 +
 +Signs and Symptoms of Shukra and Artava Disorders, p. 178.  Male and Female Reproductive Tissues.
 +
 +Four Types of Sroto Dushti, p. 184.
 +Imbalances in the Channels and Meridians.
 +
 +The Chakras and the Koshas, p. 200.
 +Neuro-plexus and the Sheathes.
 +
 +Functions of Tejas, p. 220.
 +The Essence of Pitta Wisdom.
 +
 +Five Elements and Foods, p. 240.
 +
 +Taste and the Five Elements, p. 241.
 +Hot or Cold combined with Flavor:
 +Cool-Sweet, Warm-Sour, Warm-Salty, ​
 +Hot-Spicy, Cold-Bitter,​ Cold-Dry-Astringent.
 +
 +Tastes and Their Related Organs, p. 242.
 +
 +Effects of Tastes on the Doshas, p. 249.
 +Vata avoid Cold: Bitter, Dry, Very Dry-Spicy;
 +Pitta avoid Hot: Spicy, Sour, and Salty;
 +Kapha avoid Cold: Sweets, Salty, Dairy-Meats.
 +
 +Functions and Effects of Virya, p. 251.
 +Hot or Cold, Warm-Yang or Cool-Yin Energies.
 +
 +Effects of Rasa and Vipaka on the Doshas, p. 253.  Taste and Post-Digestive Energies.
 +
 +Digestion: Fields of Experience and Action, p. 255.
 +
 +Examples of Attributes of Certain Foods, p. 262.
 +
 +The Twenty Attributes (Gunas) and Their Effects on the Doshas, p. 287.
 +
 +The Seven Bodily Tissues (Sapta Dhatu), p. 288.  With sub-tissues and waste products.
 +
 +The 40 Main Types of Agni, p. 289.
 +
 +Disorders of Ojas, Tejas, and Prana, p. 291.
 +Immunity, Digestion, Breath-Qi.
 +
 +Srotamsi, the Systems and Channels of the Body, p. 292.  The Pathways of the Organs and Meridians.
 +
 +Relationship of Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas to Foods and Behavior, p. 294.  Understanding Kapha Compassion, Pitta Wisdom, Vata "​Letting Go" versus Kapha Laziness, Pitta Anger, Vata Hyperactive Windy Desire.
 +
 +Food Guidelines for Basic Constitutional Types, p. 295.  Diets for Cold-Dry Vata Ectomorphs; Hot-Wet Pitta Mesomorphs; Cool-Greasy-Phlegm Kapha Endomorphs.
 +Syllabus for Level 1-A: "​Ayurvedic Nutrition Educator"​
 +
 +             90 class hours / 6 trimester units
 +
 + 
 +
 +Shad Darshan: The Six Philosophies of Indian Medicine: Including Buddhism, Yoga, Vedanta, and others.
 +From Dr. Vasant Lad's Textbook of Ayurveda, Volume I, 2001, Chapter One - "​[[Shad Darshan]]":​
 +Introduction,​ p. 1; Sankhya, p. 5; Purusha and Prakruti, p. 5; Mahad (Creative ​
 +Intelligence),​ p. 6; [[Ahamkara]],​ p. 8; [[Sattva]], [[Rajas]], [[Tamas]], p. 8; [[Nyaya]] and [[Vaisheshika]], ​
 +p. 10; The Four [[Pramana]] -- Sources of Valid Knowledge, p. 11; The [[Element]]s,​ p. 12; Soul 
 +(Atman), p. 15; Mind ([[Manas]]),​ p. 16; Time (Kala), p. 16; Direction (Dig), p. 17; 
 +[[Mimamsa]],​ p. 18; Yoga, p. 19; [[Vedanta]],​ p. 20; [[Buddhism]],​ p. 21
 +
 +----
 +======= HUM108 History of Medicine and Religion - Medicines of World Cultures: ​
 +World Models of Herbal Medicine =======
 +
 +[[HUM108]] History of Medicine and Religion - Medicines of World Cultures: ​
 +World Models of Herbal Medicine
 +
 +
 +[[HIS108]]
 +
 + ​  ​
 +======= AYR108 The Five Elements and Their Attributes: Space, Air, Fire, Water, Earth =======
 +
 +[[AYR108]] The Five Elements and Their Attributes: ​
 +Space, Air, Fire, Water, Earth and their Qualities and 
 +Effects on Body, Emotions, Mind, Behaviors and Consciousness.
 +
 +
 +AYR108
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Two - "​Universal Attributes and [[Doshic]] Theory":​
 +The Five Elements and Their Attributes, p. 25; The Five Elements and [[Tanmatras]],​ p. 27; The 
 +Basic Attributes of Tridosha -- Vata, Pitta, Kapha, p. 29; Attributes (Gunas) and Their 
 +Effects on Doshas, p. 30; Prakruti: Your Unique Body Type, p. 35; Characteristics of the 
 +Vata Individual, p. 39; Characteristics of the Pitta Individual, p. 39; Characteristics of 
 +the Kapha Individual, p. 40
 +
 + 
 +The Doshas and Their Subtypes: ​
 +Physical Assessment Skills/​Constitutional Analysis: ​
 +Vata, Pitta and Kapha and their 15 manifestations in the senses and organ systems.  ​
 +Diagnosis of imbalance and its causes.
 +AYR220
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Three - "The Doshas and Their Subtypes":​
 +Vata and Its Subtypes, p. 45; [[Prana]] [[Vayu]], p. 48; [[Udana]] Vayu, p. 50; [[Samana]] Vayu, p. 51; [[Apana]] Vayu, p. 52; [[Vyana]] Vayu, p. 53; Pitta and Its Subtypes, p. 53; [[Pachaka]] Pitta, p. 56; [[Ranjaka]] Pitta, p. 57; [[Sadhaka]] Pitta, p. 60; [[Alochaka]] Pitta, p. 63; [[Bhrajaka]] Pitta, p. 64; Kapha and Its Subtypes, p. 65; [[Kledaka]] Kapha, p. 68; [[Avalambaka]] Kapha, p. 71; [[Bodhaka]] Kapha, p. 72; [[Tarpaka]] Kapha, p. 74; [[Shleshaka]] Kapha, p. 77; Summary, p. 78
 +
 + 
 +Agni, The Digestive Fire in Ayurveda: ​
 +Understanding Asian Medicine Concepts and 
 +Philosophical Perspectives in Nutrition, Digestion, Absorption, and Elimination.
 +AYR230
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Four - "Agni, The Digestive Fire":
 +Agni, the Digestive Fire, p. 81; Agni and the Five Elements, p. 83; The Role of Agni in Digestion, p. 84; Normal Functions of Agni, p. 86; The Doshas and Agni, p. 89; The Four Varieties of Agni, p. 90; The 40 Main Types of Agni, p. /92; The Subtypes of Agni 92
 + 
 +
 + 
 +Dhatus (Bodily Tissues) - I: 
 +Rasa, Rakta and Mamsa Dhatus: ​
 +Blood Plasma and Lymphatic Tissue, Blood Tissue, Muscle Tissue
 +AYR240
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Five - "​Dhatus,​ Part I, Rasa, Rakta, and Mamsa Dhatus":​
 +
 +Introduction,​ p. 103; Nutrition and Structure of the Dhatus, p. 104; Dhatu Byproducts, p. 
 +106; Disorders of the Dhatus, p. 106; Rasa Dhatu: the Plasma Tissue, p. 107; Byproducts ​
 +of Rasa Dhatu, p. 109; Disorders of Rasa Dhatu, p. 110; Fever, p. 111; Decreased and 
 +Increased Rasa Dhatu, p. 111; Rakta Dhatu: the Blood Tissue, p. 113; Red Blood Cells, p. 
 +114; Byproducts of Rakta Dhatu, p. 116; Disorders of Rakta Dhatu, p. 117; The Health of 
 +the Blood Vessels, p. 120; Mamsa Dhatu: the Muscle Tissue, p. 122; Types of Muscles and 
 +Their Functions, p. 124; Byproducts of Mamsa Dhatu, p. 125; Disorders of Mamsa Dhatu, p. 
 +127; The Role of Mamsa Dhatu in Emotional Well Being, p. 129; Meditation and Mamsa Dhatu, ​
 +p. 130
 +
 +
 + 
 +Dhatus (Bodily Tissues) - II: 
 +Meda, Asthi, Majja & Shukra/​Artava Dhatus: ​
 +Adipose Tissue (Fat), Osseous Tissue (Bone), Nervous System Tissue, ​
 +Male and Female Reproductive Tissue
 +AYR241
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Six - "​Dhatus,​ Part II, Meda, Asthi, Majja, Shukra and Artava Dhatus":​
 +
 +Review, p. 133; Meda Dhatu: the Fat Tissue, p. 134; Byproducts of Meda Dhatu, p. 137; Disorders of Meda Dhatu, p. 138; Awareness and Meda, p. 145; Asthi Dhatu: the Bone Tissue, p. 146; Byproducts of Asthi Dhatu, p. 148; Disorders of Asthi Dhatu, p. 150; Majja Dhatu: the Nerve Tissue and Bone Marrow, p. 154; Majja and the Prenatal Development Stage, p. 154; The Functions of Majja Dhatu, p. 157; Byproducts of Majja Dhatu, p. 163; Dreams, p. 164; Disorders of Majja Dhatu, p. 164; Shukra and Artava Dhatus: Male and Female Reproductive Tissues, p. 172; Byproducts of Shukra and Artava Dhatus, p. 173; Shukra Dhatu, p. 173; Artava Dhatu, p. 175; Disorders of Shukra/​Artava Dhatus, p. 177; Conclusion, p. 178
 +
 +
 + 
 +Srotamsi: ​
 +Bodily Channels and Systems
 +AYR250
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Seven - "​Srotamsi,​ The Bodily Channels and Systems":​
 +
 +Introduction,​ p. 181; Sroto Dushti, p. 184; The Channels to Receive: Food, Prana, Water, p. 185; [[Anna]] [[Vaha]] [[Srotas]]: The Channel of Food, p. 185; [[Prana Vaha Srotas]]: The Respiratory Channel, p. 187; [[Ambu]] Vaha Srotas: The Channel for Water, p. 188; The Channels to Nourish and Maintain the Body: The Dhatu [[Srotamsi]],​ p. 189; [[Rasa Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Plasma]] and [[Lymphatics]],​ p. 189; [[Rakta Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Blood]], p. 190; [[Mamsa Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Muscle]], p. 190; [[Meda Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Fat]] - [[Adipose tissue]], p. 190; [[Asthi Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Bone]], p. 191; [[Majja Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for the [[Nerves]] and [[Bone Marrow]], p. 192; [[Shukra Vaha Srotas]] / [[Artava Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Reproductive Tissue]], p. 192; [[Rajah Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Menstruation]],​ p. 193; [[Stanya Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Lactation]],​ p. 193; Channels of [[Elimination]]:​ [[Feces]], [[Urine]], [[Sweat]], p. 193; [[Purisha Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Bowel Movement]], p. 193; [[Mutra Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Urine]], p. 195; [[Sveda Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel for [[Sweat]], p. 196; [[Mano Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel of the [[Mind]], p. 197; States of Mind, p. 197; Manifestations of the Mind, p. 198; [[Chakras]],​ [[Koshas]], and the Mind, p. 199; [[Perception]],​ [[Awareness]],​ and the Mind, p. 201; [[Individual Mind]] and [[Universal Mind]], p. 202; Mind in the Lower Three Chakras, p. 204; [[Heart Chakra]]: Bridge to [[Higher Consciousness]],​ p. 205; The Mind and the Higher Three Chakras, p. 205; States of Awareness, p. 206; The Universality of Mind, p. 206; [[Disorders of Mano Vaha Srotas]], p. 207; [[Witnessing Awareness]],​ p. 208; Conclusion, p. 209
 +
 + 
 +======= AYR260 Ojas, Tejas and Prana: Understanding the Immune System =======
 +
 +Ojas, Tejas and Prana: ​
 +Understanding the Immune System and its Inseparable Connection to 
 +Generosity, Healthy Behaviors, Patience, Energy-Vigor,​ Clear Mindful Focus, and Wisdom
 +[[Course Code]] [[AYR260]]
 +
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Eight - Ojas, Tejas, Prana:
 +
 +Ojas, p. 212; Inferior and Superior Ojas, p. 214; Disorders of Ojas, p. 217; Causes of Disorders of Ojas, p. 219; Tejas, p. 220; Qualities of Tejas, p. 221; Manifestations of Tejas, p. 224; Tejas and Karma, p. 225; Tejas and Kundalini, p. 227; Prana, p. 228; The Functional Integrity of Prana, Tejas, and Ojas, p. 232; Soma, p. 233; Awareness, p. 235
 +
 +
 + 
 +Ayurvedic Digestion and Nutrition Therapeutics I:  ​
 +Practical applications of Asian Medicine ​
 +and philosophical methods for optimal awareness of 
 +nutrition, digestion, absorption, and elimination.  ​
 +Examines various diets and foods from an energetic vata-pitta-kapha, ​
 +sattva-rajas-tamas,​ five element, heating and cooling perspectives.
 +NUT108
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Nine - "​Digestion and Nutrition":​
 +
 +Rasa (Taste), p. 239; How Taste Relates to the Elements, p. 240; Relation of Rasa to Tongue and Organs, p. 241; Pharmacological and Psychological Actions of the Six Tastes, p. 242; Sweet, p. 242; Sour, p. 244; Salty, p. 245; Pungent, p. 246; Bitter, p. 247; Astringent, p. 248; Cravings, p. 250; Virya (Potent Energy), p. 250; Vipaka (Post-Digestive Effect), p. 252; Prabhava (Unique, Specific Action), p. 253; Actions of Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, and Prabhava, p. 254; Digestion, p. 255; The Stages of Digestion, p. 256; How to Eat a Balanced Diet, p. 262; Nutritional Disorders, p. 263; Food Combining, p. 264; The Three Laws of Nutrition, p. 265; Nutrition Begins at Conception, p. 267; Cellular Metabolism (Pilu Paka), p. 269; Pilu Paka and Pithara Paka, p. 270; Desire, p. 272; Thoughts, Feelings, and Emotions, p. 274; Conclusion, p. 277
 +
 +
 + ​  ​
 +Ayurvedic Herbology I - 40 Herbs
 +[[HRB108]]
 + ​  ​
 +Conclusions of the Basics of Ayurveda
 +
 +[[AYR190]]
 +
 +Dr. Vasant Lad, 2001: Chapter Ten - "​Conclusion":​
 +
 +The Ayurvedic Definition of Health, p. 279; The Doshas, p. 280; The Interactions of the Doshas, p. 281; Factors That Affect Our Health, p. 282; Choosing a Balanced Lifestyle, p. 283; Relationships,​ Emotions, and Meditation, p. 283; Behavioral Medicine, p. 284; Appendix, p. 287; Glossary, p. 299; Index, p. 315
 +
 +
 + 
 +Sanskrit Level I: 
 +Devanagari Alphabet, Transliteration,​ Mantras
 +SKT108
 + ​  ​
 +Sanskrit Level II: 
 +Ayurvedic Gunas-Dhatus-Agni-Ojas-Tejas-Prana-Srotas
 +
 +SKT210
 +Sanskrit Level III: 
 +Ayurvedic-Buddhist-Yogic-Hindu Words and Definitions
 +
 +SKT220
 +Ayurvedic Perspectives on Yoga Therapeutics: ​
 +Understanding the body, its sensations-feelings,​ the mind-memory-intellect, ​
 +daily behaviors-habits and consciousness as "the observer."  ​
 +Examines Yoga as Union - simultaneous union of the bliss of compassion with the 
 +wisdom knowing the interconnectedness of all of existence.  ​
 +Looks at what Yoga asanas poses (exercises) and what meditation - 
 +mindfulness techniques are best suited to constitutional ailments and imbalances.
 +
 +YOG108
 +English Composition I: Ayurvedic, Shad Darshan Philosophy / History:
 +Clinical Research and Term Paper
 +ENG108
 +Ayurvedic Nutrition Certificate  ​
 +  Upon Graduation from Level 1-A: you will have achieved:
 + ​  ​
 +6.00
 +
 +90.00
 +
 +Class Hours
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 +45
 +
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 +
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 +I-A Phase of Study
 +
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 +listening to 
 +85 Client
 +
 + Ven. Losang'​s patient client consultations
 +
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 +Years to Complete
 +
 +Intense Full-Time Study (20 hours per week of listening to class audios)
 +
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 +
 +0.09
 +
 +Comparable to "One Trimester"​ of college classroom study in the U.S.
 +
 +Intense Full-Time Study (12 hours per week of listening to class audios)
 +
 +12
 +
 +8
 +
 +0.14
 +
 +12 hours per week of class is the minimum "​load"​ that is considered ​
 +full-time by 
 +U.S. colleges.
 +
 +Intense Full-Time Study (4.5 hours per week of listening to class audios)
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 +20 weeks of 
 +4.5 hours per week of audio listening means you can complete the program in less than half a year.
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 +Database of Ayurvedic, Tibetan and Chinese Herbs fully hyperlinked with formulas, diseases, symptoms and Ayur-Vedic Sanskrit glossary terms.
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 +====== Fair Use Bibliographic Sources ======
 +[[Fair Use]]: ​
 +
 +Primary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: ​
 +
 +[[Vaidya]] [[Vasant Lad]], [[Textbook of Ayurveda Volume 1]] Fundamental Principles, [[wp>​Albuquerque]],​ [[wp>New Mexico]]: [[Ayurvedic Press]], 2001, p. 
 +
 +[[ISBN 1883725070]] ​ Hardback: 335 pages.  ​
 +http://​www.ayurveda.com/​ayurvedic_press/​textbook1_of_ayurveda.html
 +
 +http://​www.amazon.com/​gp/​product/​1883725070/​ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20
 +
 +[[Vasant Lad]], [[BAMS]], [[MAsc]], [[Ayurvedic Institute Gurukula Notes]], [[Ayurvedic Institute]],​ 1994-2006; ​
 +
 +and many other sources (see [[Bibliography]]).
 +
 +Primary Original Source: The [[Tripitaka]] of [[Sutra]], [[Shastra]] and [[Vinaya]] [[Dharma]] teachings (as found in the scripture storehouse of the [[India]]n [[Sanskrit]]- [[Siddham]],​ [[Chinese]],​ [[Tibetan]] and [[Japanese]] traditions of the [[Nalanda Tradition]] of ancient [[Nalanda University]]) of [[Shakyamuni Buddha]], and his [[Arya]] [[Sagely]] [[Bodhisattva]] [[Bhikshu]] [[Monk]] and [[Upasaka]] disciples and especially [[Nagarjuna]] [[Sushruta Samhita|Suśruta-saṃhitā]] सुश्रुतसंहिता was composed by [[Sushruta|Suśruta]] सुश्रुत and redacted by [[Bhishu]] [[Nagarjuna]] with commentary by [[Dalhana]],​ [[Charaka Samhita|Charaka-saṃhitā]] चरकसंहिता was composed by [[Agnivesha|Agniveśa]] अग्निवेश and later edited by [[Charaka|Charaka]] चरक [[Patanjali]],​ [[Astanga Hridaya Samhita|Aṣṭāṅga-hṛdaya-saṃhitā]] अष्टाग्ङहृदयसंहिता was composed by [[Vagbhata|Vāgbhaṭa]] वाग्भट,​ [[Astanga Samgraha]], [[Atreyea]],​ [[Agnivesa]],​ [[Sarngadhara Samhita]], [[Madhava Nidanam]], [[Bhavaprakasha]],​ [[Madanapala'​s Nighantu]], [[Kashyap Samhita]] (Sanskrit: कश्यप संहिता),​ also known as Braddha Jivakiya Tantra, [[Tibetan Medicine]] [[Rgyud bzi]] [[Rgyud Bzhi]] [[Four Medical Tantras]] by [[Yuthok Yondon Gonpo]], [[Ayurveda Saukhyam]] of [[Todarananda]],​ [[Bhaisajya Ratnavali]] by [[Shri Govinda Dasji]]
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 +These [[Good and Wise Advisors]] ([[Kaliyanamitra]]) [[Dharma Master]] teachers include [[Arya]] [[Venerable]]s [[Om Tare Tuttare Ture]] [[Om Ah Hum]] and [[Namo]] to [[Jivaka]], [[Charaka]],​ [[Lao Zi]] - [[Mahakashapa]],​ [[Ashwagosha]],​ [[Shantideva]] - [[Hui Neng]] - [[Shen Kai]] [[Sheng Ren Shr]], [[Bodhidharma]],​ the 16 [[Nalanda Acharyas]] 1. [[Nagarjuna]]-[[Manjushri]],​ 2. [[Arydeva]],​ 3. [[Buddhapalita]],​ 4. [[Bhavaviveka]],​ 5. [[Chandrakirti]] and [[Chandragomin]],​ 6. [[Shantideva]],​ 7. [[Shantarakshita]],​ 8. [[Kamalashila]],​ 9. [[Asanga]]-[[Maitreya]],​ 10. [[Vasubhandu]],​ 11. [[Dignaga]],​ 12. [[Dharmakirti]],​ 13. [[Vimuktisena]],​ 14. [[Haribhadra]],​ 15. [[Gunaprabha]],​ 16. [[Shakyaprabha]];​ [[Dharmarakshita]],​ [[Atisha]], [[Tsong Khapa]], [[Thogme Zangpo]], [[Nyingma]] [[Padmasambhava]],​ [[Yeshe Tsogyel]], [[Machig Lapdron]], [[Tilopa]], [[Naropa]], [[Milarepa]],​ [[Sakya Pandita]], [[Kumarajiva]],​ [[Xuan Zang]], [[Baozhi]], [[Hui Yuan]], ​ [[Daosheng]],​ [[Changzhi]],​ [[Fazang]], [[Han Shan]], [[Shi De]], [[Yunmen]], [[Nichiren]],​ [[Honen]], [[Shinran]],​ [[Kukai]], [[Dogen]], [[Hakuin]], [[Jamgon Kongtrul]], [[Nyingma]] [[Penor Rinpoche]], [[Bakula Rinpoche]], [[Dagri Rinpoche]], [[Kirti Tsenshab Rinpoche]], [[Geshe Lama Kongchog]], [[Longchen Rapjampa]] - [[Gosok Rinpoche]], [[Phabongkha Rinpoche]], [[Patrul Rinpoche]], [[Tenzin Gyatso]] the [[Dalai Lama]], [[Sakya Trizin]], [[Hsu Yun]], [[Hsuan Hua]], [[Lama Zopa Rinpoche]], [[Choden Rinpoche]], [[Garchen Rinpoche]], [[Karmapa]],​ [[Mingyur Rinpoche]], [[Geshe Ngwang Dakpa]], [[Geshe Sopa Rinpoche]], [[Seung Sahn]], [[Thich Nhat Hanh]], [[Ajahn Chah]], [[Ajahn Sumedho]], [[S. N. Goenka]], [[Mama Ayur Punya Jyana Pushtim Kuriye Svaha]], making [[offerings]] and [[bowing]] at your feet I make [[request]]s. Please bestow on me the [[two attainments]] of [[Maha]] [[Punya]] and [[Maha]] [[Prajna Paramita]]. And [[Om Ah Hum]] thanks to other [[modern day masters]]. ​ We consider them to be in accord with [[Tripitaka Master]] [[Hsuan Hua]]’s "​[[Seven Guidelines for Recognizing Genuine Teachers]]"​
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 +[[Nalanda Online University]]'​s teachings are based especially on the following [[Buddhist Scriptures]]:​ [[Lama]] [[Tsong Khapa]]'​s [[Lam Rim]], the Dharma Flower [[Lotus Sutra]], the [[Avatamsaka Sutra]], the [[Shurangama Sutra]], the [[Ksitigarbha Sutra]], the [[Bhaisajya Guru Sutra]], the [[Dharani Sutra]], the [[Vajra Sutra]], the [[Prajna Paramita]] Hridayam [[Heart Sutra]], the [[Vimalakirti Sutra]], the [[Sanghata Sutra]], the [[Sutra of Golden Light]], the [[Srimala Devi Sutra]], the [[Sutra in 42 Sections]], the [[Mahaparinirvana Sutra]], the [[Hui Neng Sutra]], [[Vasubandhu]]'​s [[Shastra on the Door to Understanding the Hundred Dharmas]], Maitreya'​s [[Ornament for Clear Realizations]] ([[Abhisamayalamkara]]),​ [[Chandrakirti]]'​s [[Supplement to Nagarjuna’s Treatise on the Middle Way]] ([[Madhyamakavatara]]),​ [[Vasubandhu]]'​s [[Treasury of Manifest Knowledge]] ([[Abhidharmakosha]]) and the [[Tantra]]s and [[Mantra]]s of the [[Vajrayana]] the [[42 Hands and Eyes]], [[Guhyasamaja]],​ the [[Kalachakra]],​ the [[Vajrayogini]],​ the [[Heruka]], the [[Chakrasamvara]],​ the [[Chod]], the [[Hayagriva]],​ the [[Hevajra]],​ the [[Yamantaka]],​ the [[Kalarupa]],​ the [[Manjushri Nama Samgiti]], the [[Vajrakilaya]],​ the [[Vajrapani]],​ the [[Vajra Claws Dakini]], the [[Mahakala]],​ the [[Tara]], the [[White Umbrella Goddess]] ([[She Dan Do Bo Da La]]), [[Kirti Losang Trinle]]'​s [[Grounds and Paths of Secret Mantra]], and [[Aku Sherab Gyatso]]'​s [[The Two Stages of the Guhyasamaja Tantra]] and their commentaries ([[shastra]]s) by the above Arya [[Tripitakacharya]] [[Dharma Master]]s. Making [[offerings]] and [[bowing]] at your feet I make [[request]]s. Please bestow on me the [[two attainments]] of [[Maha]] [[Punya]] and [[Maha]] [[Prajna Paramita]].
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