Practice of Universal Ethics
Akasha Training is the physical practice of Universal Ethics and its underlying principle is that humans and nature are interconnected.
Akasha training has positive effects on the regeneration of one’s own body and mind as well as on the environment. It is especially suitable for people who wish to bring about a positive change to the world.
What is Akasha Training
The Akasha Training system has been developed by Tulku Khyungdor Rinpoche for reconnecting and regenerating body and mind. The training includes exercises to connect body, breath and mind based on ancient Tantric Buddhism (Vajrayana) and traditional Daoist and Chinese medicine practices. Holistic methods of western medicine are also essential parts of the training.
Serving two purposes, the training is beneficial for many health-related issues and has a positive impact on the general physical condition – at the same time it can be a preparation to the original Buddhist path of practice.
Akasha Training is taught in different workshops with specific focuses. In every workshop TK Rinpoche gives an introduction to Universal Ethics – the view as foundation of the training and its practical application through breathing, meditation and physical exercises.
Alignment and strengthening of the spine and shoulder girdle. These exercises release the blocked power in the spine and shoulder girdle. Connecting oneself with the basic strength of the body.
Building up vital energy in the centre and bringing it into movement. These exercises regenerate the lower lumbar and pelvic floor area.
The Art of Breath
Introduction into the regenerative and spiritual dimension of the original breath. This workshop includes practical breathing exercises and meditation.
The Art of Balance
Introduction into Universal Ethics – Generating balance between opposing, colliding elements, factors, or interests – beyond religion. Emphasizing fundamental basics of existence to aid to the survival of humanity.