The Tibetan Art of Living

Wise Body, Mind, Life

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Tibetan Bön medicine is one of the world's most vital, sophisticated systems of healing -- an ancient, detailed approach that aims to unite the mind, body, and spirit to restore a dynamic balance and create patterns of health. In The Tibetan Art of Living, Christopher Hansard -- the leading Western practitioner of Tibetan medicine -- introduces you to Bön's uniquely empowering worldview, and guides you to a new and enlightened level of discovery. His is the first book to reveal how to apply the wisdom and principles of Tibetan medicine to daily life.

The Tibetan Art of Living provides clear and practical techniques and advice that will lead to:

  • A greater knowledge of yourself
  • An understanding of the origins and causes of illness, and how we all hold illness in our bodies as well as in our minds
  • The awareness that we are our own best healers
  • A life of physical, emotional, and spiritual health


From dietary guidelines, massage, and rejuvenation techniques to mind-strengthening skills, soul medicine, and herbal remedies for common ailments, Hansard presents many simple ways of inviting Tibetan Bön wisdom and spirituality into everyday life.

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Christopher Hansard is the author of The Tibetan Art of Living. Trained in the spiritual and healing traditions of Tibetan Bön medicine from the age of four, he is now the leading Western practitioner in the field and the director of clinical affairs at the Eden Medical Centre, Chelsea, London. He is married and has a young daughter.

Product Details
  • Publisher: Atria Books (June 2003)
  • Length: 304 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780743233163

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Marianne Williamson author of Illuminata Christopher Hansard has written an eloquent yet practical guide to a soulful integration of all aspects of our lives. He contributes a wise and powerful voice to contemporary spiritual thought.

Vogue As life becomes more hectic, it¹s important to stop and think about the way we are living. [This] book is the best possible starting point.

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