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1. BRIEF EXPLANATION AS A PREFACE
2. BRAIN STRUCTURE
2.4. TTM explanations from ancient texts
3. BRAIN FORMING AND DEVELOPMENT
4. BRAIN MODELS
4.2. “Map” model
4.3. Holographic model
4.4. Just physics .... (?)
5.1.2. Stress, uneasiness, fear diminish
5.1.3. Pain and inflammation diminish
5.1.4. Aging delay
5.1.5. Delay of brain degradation
5.1.6. Addiction disposal
5.2. Right meditation posture
5.5. Signs of a successful practice
5.6. Treatment at the mind level
5.6.1. Mantra healing
6. BRAIN DISEASES
6.1. External reasons
ii). concussion of the brain
6.1.2. Temperature damage of the brain
ii). alcohol, smoking, drugs
6.1.4. Parasites (helminths and protozoa)
6.1.5. Demons gdon
6.2. Congenital pathologies
6.2.1. Prenatal brain infringements
6.2.3. Cerebral palsy
6.2.5. Congenital epilepsy
6.3. Internal reasons
6.3.2. Tumors and neoplasm
6.3.5. Psychiatric diseases
6.3.6. Degenerative changes
7.1. ТТМ diagnostic methods
7.1.1. Whether to accept or refuse patient
7.1.2. «Examination on three basis»
7.1.3. «Three methods of examination»
7.1.4. Diagnosis of rlung disorders
7.2. Modern methods of brain diagnostic
7.2.2. Hardware methods of diagnostics
8.1. ТТМ healing main principles
8.2. rlung diseases
8.3. Head diseases treatment
8.3.1. rlung head diseases
8.3.2. mkhris head diseases
8.3.3 Head diseases related to Blood disorder
8.3.4. bad-kan head diseases
8.3.5. bad-kan and rlung head diseases
8.4. Diseases negatively influence for brain
8.4.2. Fight of Blood and rlung: stod-‘tshangs
8.4.3. Toxins diseases
8.4.4. “White channels” diseases
8.5. Trauma and injuries: klad-pa-‘khyom-pa
8.6. Brain infections: gnyan, klad-gzer, rtsa-sbrid, “dog’s poison intoxication”, srin
8.7. Tumors 'bras and skran
8.8. Insults: grib-skyon, klad-khrag-‘khar-ba, klad-khrag-‘khar-‘gags, gz’a
8.9. Epilepsy: brzhed-byed, brgyal-gzer, mir-khi
8.10. Psychiatric disorders
8.10.3. srog-dzin rlung
9.4. External procedures
9.5. gso-rig points
9.5.1. Points for heating (hor-me and moxibution)
9.5.2. Bloodletting points
9.6. Nasal medicines
10. THERAPY ETHIC
13. ATTENDED COURSES.
What is the difference between alive and mort?
Suppose we make the exact copy of the human body, including all organs, all vessels, every cellular, - this body would not be alive. Even in the case we make blood and liquid circulating, intestine working, body moving, heart beating, it still would not be a person. To be an alive creation this doll need a consciousness.
There is no definition of consciousness, but it can be recognized by some functions. One of those functions is a brain activity.
To think, to move, to eat, to make sex, to build a conception, to fall in love, to be a realist, to be a dreamer, to became Buddha, - we need our brain functioning.
There is no chance to use a human body without a brain, we can ignore any other organ, even heart might be artificial, but not brain.
Brain defines personal features. If your sick grandfather, would be transplanted a heart of another person, after transplantation you’ll meet the same grandfather, but who would you meet after a brain transplantation whether it happens?
BRAIN: How does it work?
Among other brain models, Holographic Brain model is the most close to a Buddhist vision.
The author if this theory – American scientist Karl Pribram made a hypothesis that brain – is a type of holographical decoder, working as a player for a mind. The theory is based on a scandal, but logical conclusion of the Quantum Physics made in 70-th:
The Universe – is a huge hologram - it has got a wave structure and it’s every tiny part contains all Universe information as holographic picture does.
To decode this information for our mind we need a Consciousness as a ray and Brain as a player.
In brief, there are two important points in the Theory of Holographic Universe:
1. Everything in the Universe is interconnected and inter-influenced.
2. The reality does not exist (at least at the form we see it) until we begin to look at it
This both conclusions (interdependence of everything and the fact that we create a reality with our own mind) – are the main points in Buddist cosmogony and surely it’s understanding is the key factor for a realization achievement.
BRAIN: what are it’s functions?
Actually every body and mind activity is filtered through the brain or is generated by brain.
Body activity, memory, emotions, analyzing, habits, experience storage, zones of interest, preferences – this is not full list of brain functions
Clinically brain is divided into two main functional parts – part which is for based functions and part for the highest mental activity. But practically this division is quit nominal. There are a lot of experimental and clinical provements of a compensation ability of brain. So brain works similar to hologram plate.
On the other hand, it happens that brain does not work correctly due to some disease.
Sometimes this is a visible reason (means visible by modern medical devices), some tumor or irregular blood circulation.
In other case there is no changes in brain structure, but there are sick changes in behavior or motor functions. Here we can speak about energy disorder.
To heal brain diseases we surely can use methods of Tibetan Medicine, based on diagnoses of 3 nye-pa disorder, but Tibetan doctor must be also familiar to western medicine approach.
Moreover, there is a strong ethical component in the healing of brain disorders: during the healing process doctor must be very careful for a personal features of the patient. At the same time doctor must be brave enough to make a difference between sick emanations and original psy-constitution of the patient. This is very high responsibility to understand what in this personality can be changed or influenced.
BRAIN: How to influence?
In this work I‘ll speak about
=Tibetan Medicine healing methods