21-22 Oct. Tibetan Mantra Healing – Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang is now visiting Amsterdam.

He will teach Mantra Healing at Dzogchen Ling as a 2 day course.

Mantra is a form of healing that dates back to antiquity. The mantras described here arise out of the ancient Tibetan medical and spiritual traditions. They are simple to use, profoundly effective, and are immediately accessible to everybody – regardless of age, gender, ethnic or spiritual background.

What is Tibetan Mantra Healing?

Tibetan Mantra Healing is a powerful form of healing dating from ancient times, which is based upon the philosophy of Interdependent Origination of all Phenomena. The philosophy of Interdependent Origination purports that all phenomena in the Universe are intimately interconnected: no single object, person or event can exist in isolation; every action, thought or event impacts on all other existent phenomena.

Mantra Healing focuses specifically on the energy of sound as a healing medium. Tibetan Mantra Healing utilises ancient and secret mantras: sometimes encapsulating the essence of natural sounds, and often using ancient words from the Sanskrit and Tibetan languages.


Mon-Tues, Oct 21-22, Time: 16:00 – 22:00.

€120 for the 2 days (10% shortage for Rigdzin memebers).


Dr. Nida Chenagtsang is the Founder and Director of the International Academy of Traditional Tibetan Medicine. His effective, comprehensive and miraculous teachings are considered by the leading Oriental medical schools and Tibetan authorities including the 14th Dalai Lama as one of the most developed, advanced and comprehensive teachings of the Traditional Tibetan Medicine.

Namkha Rinpoche, the founder of the The Rigdzin Community, has a strong connection with Dr. Nida and he has also visited the Rigdzin Community center in Switzerland in 2010.

The International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine (IATTM) was established by Dr. Nida in 2006 and currently has its active branches and representative offices in 22 countries worldwide. More info at: www.IATTM.net