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Lebanon: Health professionals to begin Phase I of extensive training in Maharishi Ayur-Veda
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20 November 2010
Next month's training course in Lebanon—Ayurveda For Health Professionals: Principles of Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment in Maharishi Ayurveda—is an introductory course consisting of several 2-3 day blocks.
Starting 3 December in Beirut, the course is offered to health professionals from throughout the Middle East. Please see Part I, Part II, and Part III of this article.
This introductory course is Phase I of a planned thorough and extensive training programme in Maharishi Ayurveda, the course description explains. The planned complete training will require over 1,500 hours of classroom theory and practical teaching, professional examinations, and about 500 hours of internship training. The final degree will be a Master's in Maharishi Ayurveda or a postgraduate diploma in Maharishi Ayurveda.
Topics of the next several phases will include:
∙ Human Physiology: Expression of Veda and the Vedic Literature;
∙ Total Knowledge of Health (integration of modern science and Vedic science, common origin of all streams of medicine, Unified Field-based medicine, total Natural Law—the Constitution of the Universe);
∙ Transcendental Meditation (theory and practice of neurophysiological health, brain development and higher states of consciousness);
∙ Ayurvedic diagnosis, prevention, and therapy of chronic and severe stages of disorders (all the organ systems and diseases discussed in Phase 1 are covered again, but now in increasing detail and depth);
∙ Ayurvedic pathology, pathogenesis, differential diagnosis;
∙ advanced pulse diagnosis;
∙ phytotherapy/materia medica, pharmaceuticals (Dravyaguna, Rasa Shastra, Bhaishajya Kalpana);
∙ Sanskrit of the Ayurvedic terminology;
∙ Yoga therapy (Asanas and Pranayama), music therapy (Gandharva Veda), aroma therapy, gem therapy, Vedic astrology (medical Jyotish and Yagya), Vedic architecture (Sthapatya Veda);
∙ Vedic approach to clinical practice, community health, health education and collective health of the society;
∙ principles of evidence-based medicine including how to conduct scientific research;
∙ Maharishi Integrative Medicine (integrative treatment programmes covering modern medicine, Maharishi Ayurveda and other natural health care systems);
∙ Pancha Karma training (optional)
The training programme is offered jointly by the Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon and the International Training Centre of Maharishi College of Perfect Health, Netherlands.
For further information and to apply for Phase I, please contact:
Maharishi Ayurveda Association of Lebanon - Beirut, Lebanon
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