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 +====== ​ [[Clinical Ayurveda Therapist]] Syllabus ====== ​
 +
 +[[Ayurveda Table of Contents]]
 +
 +[[Dedication]] / v
 +
 +[[Foreword]] / ix
 +
 +[[Preface]] / xiii
 +
 +[[Acknowledgements]] / xv
 +
 +[[About the Author]] / xvii
 +
 +[[Editors Note]] / xix
 +
 +----
 +
 +
 +
 +===== Chapter One - Shad Darshan - Six Philosophies of India =====
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter one]]
 +
 +[[Shad Darshan]]
 +
 +[[Introduction]] / 1
 +
 +[[Sankhya]] / 5
 +
 +[[Purusha and Prakruti]] / 5
 +
 +[[Mahad]] ([[Creative Intelligence]]) / 6
 +
 +[[Ahamkara]] / 8
 +
 +[[Sattva]], [[Rajas]], [[Tamas]] / 8
 +
 +[[Nyaya]] and [[Vaisheshika]] / 10
 +
 +The [[Four Pramana]] --  [[Sources of Valid Knowledge]] / 11
 +
 +The [[Elements]] / 12
 +
 +[[Soul]] ([[Atman]]) / 15
 +
 +[[Mind]] ([[Manas]]) / 16
 +
 +[[Time]] ([[Kala]]) / 16
 +
 +[[Direction]] ([[Dig]]) / 17
 +
 +[[Mimamsa]] / 18
 +
 +[[Yoga]] / 19
 +
 +[[Vedanta]] / 20
 +
 +[[Buddhism]] / 21
 +
 +
 +----
 +
 +
 +
 +===== Chapter Two - Universal Attributes and Doshic Theory =====
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter two]]
 +
 +[[Universal Attributes]] and [[Doshic Theory]] ​
 +
 +The [[Five Elements and Their Attributes]] / 25
 +
 +The [[Five Elements]] and [[Tanmatras]] / 27
 +
 +The Basic Attributes of [[Tridosha]] -- [[Vata]], [[Pitta]], [[Kapha]] / 29
 +
 +[[Attributes]] ([[Gunas]]) and Their Effects on [[Doshas]] / 30
 +
 +[[Prakruti]]:​ [[Your Unique Body Type]] / 35
 +
 +[[Characteristics of the Vata]] Individual / 39
 +
 +[[Characteristics of the Pitta]] Individual / 39
 +
 +[[Characteristics of the Kapha]] Individual / 40
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter three]] =====
 +
 +===== Chapter Three - The Doshas and Their Subtypes =====
 +
 +[[Doshas and Their Subtypes]]
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter three]] =====
 +
 +
 +[[Vata and Its Subtypes]] / 45
 +
 +[[Prana Vayu]] / 48
 +
 +[[Udana Vayu]] / 50
 +
 +[[Samana Vayu]] / 51
 +
 +ii 
 +
 +[[Apana Vayu]] / 52
 +
 +[[Vyana Vayu]] / 53
 +
 +[[Pitta and Its Subtypes]] / 53
 +
 +[[Pachaka Pitta]] / 56
 +
 +[[Ranjaka Pitta]] / 57
 +
 +[[Sadhaka Pitta]] / 60
 +
 +[[Alochaka Pitta]] / 63
 +
 +[[Bhrajaka Pitta]] / 64
 +
 +[[Kapha and Its Subtypes]] / 65
 +
 +[[Kledaka Kapha]] / 68
 +
 +[[Avalambaka Kapha]] / 71
 +
 +[[Bodhaka Kapha]] / 72
 +
 +[[Tarpaka Kapha]] / 74
 +
 +[[Shleshaka Kapha]] / 77
 +
 +[[Summary]] / 78
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter four]]
 +
 +Chapter Four - [[Agni The Digestive Fire]]
 +
 +[[Agni]], the [[Digestive Fire]] / 81
 +
 +[[Agni and the Five Elements]] / 83
 +
 +The [[Role of Agni in Digestion]] / 84
 +
 +[[Normal Functions of Agni]] / 86
 +
 +The [[Doshas and Agni]] / 89
 +
 +The [[Four Varieties of Agni]] / 90
 +
 +The [[40 Main Types of Agni]] /92
 +
 +The [[Subtypes of Agni]] / 92
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter five]]
 +
 +Chapter Five - [[Dhatus]], Part I, [[Rasa]], [[Rakta]], and [[Mamsa]] [[Dhatus]]
 +
 +[[Dhatu Introduction]] / 103
 +
 +[[Nutrition and Structure of the Dhatus]] / 104
 +
 +[[Dhatu Byproducts]] / 106  [[Dhatu Mala]]
 +
 +[[Disorders of the Dhatus]] / 106 [[Dhatu Dushti]]
 +
 +[[Rasa Dhatu]]: the [[Plasma Tissue]] / 107
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Rasa Dhatu]] / 109
 +
 +[[Disorders of Rasa Dhatu]] / 110 [[Rasa Dhatu Dushti]]
 +
 +[[Fever]] / 111  [[Jwara]]
 +
 +[[Decreased Rasa Dhatu]] and [[Increased Rasa Dhatu]] / 111
 +
 +[[Rakta Dhatu]]: the [[Blood Tissue]] / 113
 +
 +[[Red Blood Cells]] / 114
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Rakta Dhatu]] / 116
 +
 +[[Disorders of Rakta Dhatu]] / 117 [[Rakta Dhatu Dushti]]
 +
 +The [[Health of the Blood Vessels]] / 120
 +
 +[[Mamsa Dhatu]]: the [[Muscle Tissue]] / 122
 +
 +[[Types of Muscles and Their Functions]] / 124
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Mamsa Dhatu]] / 125
 +
 +[[Disorders of Mamsa Dhatu]] / 127 [[Mamsa Dhatu Dushti]] or [[Connective Tissue Disorders]]
 +
 +The [[Role of Mamsa Dhatu in Emotional Well Being]] / 129
 +
 +[[Meditation and Mamsa Dhatu]] / 130
 +
 +iii
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter six]]
 +
 +Chapter Six - [[Dhatus]], Part II, [[Meda]], [[Asthi]], [[Majja]], [[Shukra]] and [[Artava]] [[Dhatus]]
 +
 +Review / 133
 +
 +[[Meda Dhatu]]: the [[Fat Tissue]] / 134 ([[Adipose Tissue]])
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Meda Dhatu]] / 137
 +
 +[[Disorders of Meda Dhatu]] / 138 [[Meda Dhatu Dushti]]
 +
 +[[Awareness and Meda]] / 145
 +
 +[[Asthi Dhatu]]: the [[Bone Tissue]] / 146 ([[Osseous Tissue]])
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Asthi Dhatu]] / 148
 +
 +[[Disorders of Asthi Dhatu]] / 150 [[Asthi Dhatu Dushti]]
 +
 +[[Majja Dhatu]]: the [[Nerve Tissue]] and [[Bone Marrow]] / 154
 +
 +[[Majja and the Prenatal Development Stage]] / 154
 +
 +The [[Functions of Majja Dhatu]] / 157
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Majja Dhatu]] / 163
 +
 +[[Dreams]] / 164
 +
 +[[Disorders of Majja Dhatu]] / 164
 +
 +[[Shukra]] and [[Artava]] [[Dhatus]]: [[Male]] and [[Female]] [[Reproductive Tissues]] / 172
 +
 +[[Byproducts of Shukra Dhatu]] and [[Byproducts of Artava Dhatus]] / 173
 +
 +[[Shukra Dhatu]] / 173
 +
 +[[Artava Dhatu]] / 175
 +
 +[[Disorders of Shukra Dhatu]] or  [[Shukra Dhatu Dushti]] / [[Disorders of Artava Dhatu]] or  [[Artava Dhatu Dushti]]/ 177
 +
 +[[Dhatu Conclusion]] / 178
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter seven]]
 +
 +Chapter Seven - [[Srotamsi]],​ The [[Bodily Channels]] and [[Bodily Systems]]
 +
 +[[Srotamsi Introduction]] / 181
 +
 +[[Sroto Dushti]] / 184
 +
 +The [[Channels to Receive: Food, Prana, Water]] / 185
 +
 +[[Anna Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel of Food]] / 185 ([[Alimentary Canal]] or [[Gastrointesinal Tract]] or [[GI Tract]])
 +
 +[[Prana Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Respiratory Channel]] / 187 ([[Respiratory Tract]])
 +
 +[[Ambu Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Water]] / 188
 +
 +The [[Channels to Nourish and Maintain the Body]]: The [[Dhatu Srotamsi]] / 189
 +
 +[[Rasa Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Plasma]] / 189
 +
 +[[Rakta Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Blood]] / 190
 +
 +[[Mamsa Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Muscle]] / 190
 +
 +[[Meda Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Fat]] / 190
 +
 +[[Asthi Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Bone]] / 191
 +
 +[[Majja Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for the Nerves and Bone Marrow]] / 192
 +
 +[[Shukra Vaha Srotas]] / [[Artava Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Reproductive Tissue]] / 192
 +
 +[[Rajah Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Menstruation]] / 193
 +
 +[[Stanya Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Lactation]] / 193
 +
 +[[Channels of Elimination]]:​ [[Feces]], [[Urine]], [[Sweat]] / 193
 +
 +[[Purisha Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Feces]] / 193
 +
 +[[Mutra Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Urine]] / 195 ([[Urinary Tract]])
 +
 +[[Sveda Vaha Srotas]]: The [[Channel for Sweat]] / 196
 +
 +[[Mano Vaha Srotas]]: The Channel of the Mind]] / 197
 +
 +[[States of Mind]] / 197
 +
 +[[Manifestations of the Mind]] / 198
 +
 +[[Chakras, Koshas, and the Mind]] / 199
 +
 +[[iv _
 +
 +[[Perception,​ Awareness, and the Mind]] / 201
 +
 +[[Individual Mind and Universal Mind]] / 202
 +
 +[[Mind in the Lower Three Chakras]] / 204
 +
 +[[Heart Chakra: Bridge to Higher Consciousness]] / 205
 +
 +[[The Mind and the Higher Three Chakras]] / 205
 +
 +[[States of Awareness]] / 206
 +
 +[[The Universality of Mind]] / 206
 +
 +[[Disorders of Mano Vaha Srotas]] / 207
 +
 +[[Witnessing Awareness]] / 208
 +
 +[[Conclusion]] / 209
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter eight]]
 +
 +Chapter Eight - [[Ojas Tejas Prana]]
 +
 +[[Ojas]] / 212
 +
 +[[Inferior and Superior Ojas]] / 214 ([[Apara Ojas]] and [[Para Ojas]])
 +
 +[[Disorders of Ojas]] / 217 ([[Immune Disorders]] or [[Immune Diseases]] or [[Immune Deficiency]])
 +
 +[[Causes of Disorders of Ojas]] / 219
 +
 +[[Tejas]] / 220
 +
 +[[Qualities of Tejas]] / 221
 +
 +[[Manifestations of Tejas]] / 224
 +
 +[[Tejas and Karma]] / 225
 +
 +[[Tejas and Kundalini]] / 227
 +
 +[[Prana]] / 228
 +
 +The [[Functional Integrity of Prana Tejas and Ojas]] / 232
 +
 +[[Soma]] / 233
 +
 +[[Awareness]] / 235
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter nine]]
 +
 +Chapter Nine - [[Digestion and Nutrition]]
 +
 +[[Rasa]] ([[Taste]]) / 239 ([[Shad Rasa]] or [[Six Tastes]])
 +
 +[[How Taste Relates to the Elements]] / 240
 +
 +[[Relation of Rasa to Tongue and Organs]] / 241
 +
 +[[Pharmacological and Psychological Actions of the Six Tastes]] / 242
 +
 +[[Sweet]] / 242 [[Madhura]]
 +
 +[[Sour]] / 244 [[Amla]]
 +
 +[[Salty]] / 245 [[Lavana]]
 +
 +[[Pungent]] / 246 [[Katu]]
 +
 +[[Bitter]] / 247 [[Tikta]]
 +
 +[[Astringent]] / 248 [[Kshaya]]
 +
 +[[Cravings]] / 250
 +
 +[[Virya]] ([[Potent Energy)]] / 250 ([[Potency]] - [[Hot]] [[Ushna]] or [[Cold]] [[Shita]]
 +
 +[[Vipaka]] ([[Post Digestive Effect)]] / 252 [[Vipak]]
 +
 +[[Prabhava]] (Unique, Specific Action) / 253
 +
 +[[Actions of Rasa Virya Vipaka and Prabhava]] / 254
 +
 +[[Digestion]] / 255
 +
 +The [[Stages of Digestion]] / 256
 +
 +[[How to Eat a Balanced Diet]] / 262 ([[Balanced Diet]])
 +
 +[[Nutritional Disorders]] / 263 ([[Nutritional Diseases]])
 +
 +[[Food Combining]] / 264 (([[Food Combinations]])
 +
 +v
 +
 +
 +[[The Three Laws of Nutrition]] / 265
 +
 +[[Nutrition Begins at Conception]] / 267
 +
 +[[Cellular Metabolism]] ([[Pilu Paka]]) / 269
 +
 +[[Pilu Paka]] and [[Pithara Paka]] / 270
 +
 +[[Desire]] / 272
 +
 +[[Thoughts]],​ [[Feelings]],​ and [[Emotions]] / 274 [[Samjna]], [[Manas]], [[Vedana]], [[Five Skandas]]
 +
 +Conclusion]] / 277
 +
 +----
 +
 +[[Textbook of Ayurveda chapter ten]]
 +
 +Chapter Ten - Conclusion
 +
 +The [[Ayurvedic Definition of Health]] / 279 [[Definition of Health]]
 +
 +The [[Doshas]] / 280
 +
 +The [[Interactions of the Doshas]] / 281
 +
 +[[Factors That Affect Our Health]] / 282
 +
 +[[Choosing a Balanced Lifestyle]] / 283
 +
 +[[Relationships Emotions and Meditation]] / 283 [[Meditation]]:​ [[Shamatha]],​ [[Calm Abiding]], [[Vipassana]],​ [[Insight Meditation]],​ [[Prajna]], [[Prajna Paramita]], [[Chan]], [[Zen]], [[Mahamudra]],​ [[Dzogchen]]
 +
 +[[Behavioral Medicine]] / 284
 +
 +[[Appendix]] / 287
 +
 +[[Glossary]] / 299 [[Glossaries]],​ [[Ayurvedic Glossary]]
 +
 +Index / 315
 +
 +vii
 +
 +[[Shad Darshan]] The [[Six Philosophies of Life]] / 4
 +
 +[[The Elements and Associated Types of Energy]] / 14
 +
 +[[The Senses and the Elements]] / 27
 +
 +[[The 20 Attributes and Their Relationship to the Tridosha]] / 31
 +
 +[[The Attributes of the Vata Individual]] / 42
 +
 +[[The Attributes of the Pitta Individual]] / 43
 +
 +[[The Attributes of the Kapha Individual]] / 44
 +
 +The [[Subtypes of Vata]] / 46
 +
 +The [[Subtypes of Pitta]] / 55
 +
 +The [[Subtypes of Kapha]] / 68
 +
 +The [[Four Varieties of Agni]] / 92 - [[Vishama Agni]], [[Tikshna Agni]], [[Manda Agni]], [[Sama Agni]]
 +
 +The [[Amino Acids and 20 Gunas]] / 98 ([[Amino Acid]]
 +
 +The [[Seven Dhatus]] / 104
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Rasa Disorders]] / 110 ([[Lympatic Disorders]] or [[Lympathic Diseases]])
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Rakta Disorders]] / 118 ([[Blood Disorders]] or [[Blood Diseases]])
 +
 +[[Blood Types Correlated to the Doshas]] / 120 ([[Blood Type]])
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Mamsa Disorders]] / 129 ([[Muscle Disorders]] or [[Muscle Diseases]])
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Meda Disorders]] / 140 ([[Fat Disorders]])
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Asthi Disorders]] / 151 ([[Bone Diseases]] or [[Bone Disorders]])
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Majja Disorders]] / 170 ([[Nervous System Disorders]] or [[Nervous System Diseases]])
 +
 +[[Signs and Symptoms of Shukra and Artava Disorders]] / 178
 +
 +[[Male Reproductive Disorders]] and [[Female Reproductive Disorders]] ​
 +
 +[[Four Types of Sroto Dushti]] / 184 or [[Sroto Dushti]]
 +
 +[[The Chakras and the Koshas]] / 200  [[Chakra]] or [[Chakras]]
 +
 +[[Functions of Tejas]] / 220 ([[Tejas]])
 +
 +[[Five Elements and Foods]] / 240
 +
 +[[Taste and the Five Elements]] / 241 ([[Taste]])
 +
 +[[Tastes and Their Related Organs]] / 242 ([[Organs]])
 +
 +[[Effects of Tastes on the Doshas]] / 249
 +
 +[[Functions and Effects of Virya]] / 251
 +
 +[[Effects of Rasa and Vipaka on the Doshas]] / 253
 +
 +[[Digestion:​ Fields of Experience and Action]] / 255
 +
 +Examples of [[Attributes of Certain Foods]] / 262
 +
 +The [[Twenty Attributes]] ([[Twenty Gunas]]) and Their Effects on the [[Doshas]] / 287
 +
 +The [[Seven Bodily Tissues]] ([[Sapta Dhatu]]) / 288
 +
 +The [[40 Main Types of Agni]] / 289
 +
 +viii
 +
 +[[Disorders of Ojas Tejas and Prana]] / 291
 +
 +[[Srotamsi the Systems and Channels of the Body]] / 292
 +
 +[[Relationship of Sattva Rajas and Tamas to Foods and Behavior]] / 294
 +
 +[[Food Guidelines for Basic Constitutional Types]] / 295
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Will Maclean]], [[Clinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines]]:​ a Guide to Ethical and Pure Patent Medicines, [[Pangolin Press]], 2003, Revised Edition: p.
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 +http://​www.amazon.com/​gp/​product/​0646408003/​ref=ase_medicinebuddh-20
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 +{{amazon>​0646408003}}
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Michael Dick]], [[Ayurvedic Practitioner Handouts]], [[Herbal Handbook]], [[Dhanvantari Ayurveda Center]], 2001.  ​
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 +http://​www.Ayurveda-Florida.com
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Subhuti Dharmananda]],​ [[Ph.D]], [[ITM Herb and Herb Formula Articles]], [[Institute for Traditional Medicine]], 2009.  ​
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 +http://​www.itmonline.org
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Roger Wicke]], [[Ph.D]], [[Traditional Chinese Herbal Sciences Self-Study Reference TCM Herbal Tutor]], [[Rocky Mountain Herbal Institute]],​ RMH-Publications Trust, 2005.  ​
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 +http://​www.rmhiherbal.org
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Bob Flaws]], [[LA.c]], [[Blue Poppy Herb and Herb Formula Articles]], [[Blue Poppy Press]], Blue Poppy Enterprises,​ 2009.  ​
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 +http://​www.bluepoppy.com
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 +Primary Original Source: The [[Tripitaka]] of [[Sutra]], [[Shastra]] and [[Vinaya]] [[Dharma]] teachings (as found in the scripture storehouse of the Indian [[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.
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 +These [[Good and Wise Advisors]] ([[Kaliyanamitra]]) [[Dharma Master]] teachers include [[Arya]] [[Venerable]]s [[Monk Doctors]] [[Nagarjuna]] ([[Sushruta Samhita]]), [[Ashvaghosha]],​ [[Aryasura]],​ [[Aryadeva]],​ [[Jian Zhen Shr]] and other lay healers such as [[Shen Nong]] - a [[transformation body]] of ([[Bhaisajya Raja Bodhisattva]],​ [[Jivaka]], [[Charaka]] ([[Caraka Samhita]]), [[Vagbhata]] ([[Astanga Hridayam]]),​ [[Zhang Zhongjing]],​ [[Hua Tuo]], [[Wang Shuhe]], [[Huangfu Mi]], [[Ge Hong]], [[Tao Hongjing]], [[Chao Yuanfang]], [[Sun Simiao]], [[Wang Tao]], [[Qian Yi]], [[Liu Wansu]], [[Zhang Zihe]], [[Li Dongyuan]] / Li Gao, [[Zhu Danxi]], [[Li Shizhen]], [[Wang Kentang]], [[Wang Youxing]], [[Zhang Jingyue]], [[Ye Tianshi]], [[Wang Qingren]], [[Wu Shangxian]],​ [[Vasant Lad]], and Dharma Healers such as [[Kumarajiva]],​ [[Shantideva]],​ [[Chandrakirti]],​ [[Chandragomin]],​ [[Vasubandhu]],​ [[Asanga]], [[Hui Neng]], [[Atisha]], [[Kamalashila]],​ [[Dharmarakshita]],​ [[Tsong Khapa]], [[Thogme Zangpo]], [[Patanjali]],​ [[Sushruta]],​ [[Charaka]],​ [[Vagbhata]],​ [[Nichiren]],​ [[Hsu Yun]], [[Hsuan Hua]], [[Shen Kai]], [[Tenzin Gyatso]], [[Kyabje Zopa]], [[Ajahn Chah]], and 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 [[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]], and their commentaries ([[shastras]]) by the above [[Arya]] [[Tripitakacharya]] [[Dharma Masters]]. In respect ([[bhakti]]),​ we say "​[[Om]] [[Namo]]"​ to them all for their often [[selfless]] ([[no self]]) and [[anonymous contributions]] to [[Ayurveda]] and [[Chinese Medicine]].
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 +[[Medicine Buddha Mantra]]: [[Om]] [[Namo]] [[Bhagavate]] [[Bhaisajya]] [[Guru]] [[Vaidurya]] [[Prabaha]] [[Rajaya]] [[Tathagataya]] [[Arhate]] [[Samyamsambodhi]] [[Tadyata]] [[Om]] [[Bhaisajye]] Bhaisajye [[Bhaisajya]] [[Samudgate]] [[Svaha]]!
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 +[[Medicine King Bodhisattva]] [[Jeweled Ax Mantra]] 16 (Line 64 of the [[Great Compassion Mantra]] of [[Avalokiteshvara]]): ​
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 +[[Syi lu seng e mu chywe ye Nan Wei la ye Wei la ye Sa wa he]].
  
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