Nathuropathy healing

Welcome, the naturopathy therapeutic healing of Sushiveda, is a system based on the synthesis of Tibetan (Sowa Rigpa), Indian (Ayurvedic), Persian (Unani) teachings of traditional medicine. The client comes to therapies from the immediate area / place where the prescribed treatments are performed. Otherwise, the client will be accommodated in an apartment-hotel facility near the area where treatments will be performed, all that depend on the condition / disease of body fluids of the client’s dosha, for at least 3 days, and more than 7, 14 to 21 days. The naturopathy therapeutic program is on integrative and holistic and are based on traditional medical modalities, including herbal remedies. In addition to offering quality patient care, we believe in sharing medical knowledge widely and generously, we seek to provide a context for establishing a cohesive intercultural and interdisciplinary field of medical research and clinical applications that will result in collaborative efforts to develop integrative models of healthcare influences in the client. The naturopathy therapeutic program of Sushiveda is successful against conditions: bone, joint and soft tissue diseases: ankylosis, arthrosis, lower back pain, Ewing’s sarcoma, gout, calcifying tendinitis, contracture, osteomalacia, osteosarrosis, osteoporosis, rheumatism, spondyloarthropathy, stiff shoulder / calcification in the body; allergic and autoimmune disorders; reduces headaches and insomnia, pelvic pain, and effectively affects the upper and lower limbs (rheumatoid arthritis, calcification…); it is effective in postoperative conditions (heart attack or stroke, acute myocardial infarction, fascia…); it has an enhancing effect on emotional stability and productivity (stress-related illnesses).

The naturopathy therapeutic program of Sushiveda is carried out on the basis of a holistic approach the health of man, paying special attention to diet and lifestyle changes also as exercising with guidance; vacuum therapy, dressings from medicinal plants, the use of medical oils for acupressure massage, magnetic therapies and the heating process (moksha), so-called thermal acupuncture. For a special process of Acupuncture, very thin disposable needles are used. The needle enters the body painlessly and connects the body / health through meridians, i.e., energy channels, which are arranged anatomically and precisely according to the size of each body depending on the problem (the body meridians and problem vitality / health) person. One direction of the therapeutic program is to direct or upgrade the client towards Spirituality, a state of consciousness. Spiritual practices include meditation, prayer / contemplation to develop the inner life / peace of the individual. Such practices often lead to experiences of connection with the general reality of man with nature and the cosmos with a source of inspiration or orientation for a quality life. Most therapeutic processes begin or end with medicinal herbal hot baths or in a reduced steam bath-sauna / svedana cabin. It is important that we only accept one client or a maximum of two patients per day. The naturopathy therapeutic program of Sushiveda is made up of approximately 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the afternoon.


Tibetan medicine Sowa Rigpa, inspired by worldviews through the oldest religion Bon, which is older than Buddhism, reveals that balance and harmony are the keys to human well-being and happiness, as well as people and nature are not set as opposites, but as one unique, organic whole. While Ayurvedic medicine focuses on the knowledge/state of body fluids, Doshas – body fluids: Vata, Pitta and Kapha; in Tibetan medicine it focuses on the knowledge/state of liquids in body: Bile, Air and Mucus – Nespa gSum (Tri-dosh/three humours). Client with Bile condition (Vata & Pitta) – shows a disease of the stomach, intestines, heart and skin. The Bile condition, in humans, causes disorders in the form of constipation, bloating, sciatica, arthritis or insomnia along with psychological symptoms such as fear, anxiety and insecurity. The client is additionally therapeutically directed by the therapist to the flow of thoughts, which bring freshness and joy. Client with Air state (Pitta & Kapha) – expresses the disease in the abdomen, heart area and nose and throat area. Air state, in a person who is critical and angry, or a perfectionist, can develop symptoms such as: indigestion, heartburn, diarrhea, dysentery, hives, rashes or acne. The client is additionally therapeutically focused on giving and receiving love and compassion. Client with Mucus state (Vata & Kapha) – expresses disease in the chest, digestive tract, oral cavity, head and joints by causing mucus conditions such as frequent congestion, colds (blood vessel overflow), allergies, as well as independence, greed and possessiveness.


Karma is one of the causes of chronic diseases and the spiritual knowledge of astrology Jyotish is included in the naturopathy therapeutic program of Sushiveda for karmic influences in the client. Awareness and knowledge of reincarnation (birth and death) for both the practitioner and recipient of traditional medicine plays an important role in therapeutic programs. Basic treatments focus on: diet, lifestyle changes, medications and adjunctive therapies such as massage (pressure, kneading), various baths, including bloodletting and minor surgeries. Through spiritual activity and rituals, diseases caused by karmic causes are stimulated – bringing awareness to stimulate – balance forgiveness and create mutual warmth. Herbal medicines / preparations are systematically widely used, depending on the disease / condition of Dosha, i.e., state of body fluids / humours: Bile, Air and Mucus. Some medicines also contain crystals and gemstones. Naturopathic healing offers many possibilities for interaction – medicines / health are found in the environment where “a person lives aware of Prana.” naturopathy therapeutic program of Sushiveda principles of are based on Jung-wa-lna (five elements): air, ether, fire, water, earth; Nespa gSum (tri-dosh/three humours); Luszung-dun (sapta dhatu – state of tissues and cells). Through the program the client receives written dietary guidelines which are also subject to seasonal changes (dinacaryā prana – daily routine). Additionally, the client receives exercises and meditative techniques for healing, i.e., for a good feeling of mental state. The sensor-driven therapies alter what we put into our minds, and this, in turn, changes negative states with the help of natural medicine i.e., its traditional branches and without the need for analysis. Today Indian medicine Ayurveda as well as Tibetan medicine Sowa Rigpa hold a significant place in the field of future medicine. Sowa Rigpa is one of the classic examples described through Gyud-zi (four types of tantra), originally translated from India and enriched in Tibet with its own folklore and other medical traditions such as Chinese and Persian Unani. The term Sowa Rigpa, which comes from the word Bhoti “knowledge of healing”, dates back more than three hundred years and it mentions the use of medicinal plants – and today it is compatible with other systems as a complementary medical treatment in the treatment of chronic diseases. Sowa Rigpa was formally promoted as an integrative medical system at the World Health Organization (WHO) by the Indian government – AYUSH. Nadi Pariksha – pulse examination, as well as Ayurvedic medicines Triphala, Ashok, Ashwagandha, Guggulu, Haridra, etc., are also often used in Tibetan and Indian medicine.


Through the naturopathy therapeutic program of Sushiveda you can improve the quality of your life and step by step bring peace to your soul, which also says the psychological state. The success of the program depends on the duration of the (chronic) problem and the general psychophysical condition of the person. Discord/illness condition is symbolized, through treatment, by the name “three poisons” – desire, anger and ignorance – and it is seen as the cause of all human misfortunes, whether physical, spiritual or mental. During a therapeutic program, we do not discourage treating a client in the conventional manner prescribed by their doctor or specialist. Through the therapeutic naturopathic program of Sushiveda, the client receives, that is, becomes aware of/gets to know the program for “Happy Life”. Basic learning or superstructure of learning: breathing technique, pranayama; various meditation techniques, naturopathic exercises for greater immune energy of the organism, prakruti; uses spices and teas (plants and herbs) in nutritional guidelines for a better state of health, vikruti and awareness of guidelines on how to balance mutual relationships, i.e., by learning or upgrading learning to get out of the pile of pictures in which we will never find answers to important questions concerning of our identity and mental health – who I am; where am I going and where do I belong?


In addition, the educational program for a “Happy Life” is intended for people who are in the process of Naturopathic therapeutic program in order to improve the quality of their lives. The goal of the program is for the client to reach a state of happiness and joy, i.e., to get rid of fear and tension. Neurotransmitters are synthesized in nerve endings (sympathicus), and in the brain they act as transmitters of electrical signals between neurons. They create a feeling of pleasure that directly affects the immune and hormonal system, and thus the whole body. Therefore, the body does think as well! It is actually a network (Shruti) of impulses of intelligence that constantly communicate with each other, i.e., structure the body. Shruti are quantum fluctuations in the field that the ancient Rishis (wise people) experienced as sounds. To be in harmony with the quantum body (Shruti) means to remember it constantly (Smriti). Having perfect health means maintaining the memory of a proper quantum body pattern that is immutable and eternal. The way we “metabolize” our reality is especially important. Traditional medicine knows a number of methods that help to “remember” and one is through the senses – smell, taste, touch, seeing and listening. It is one of the methods that we “pack” into the body as essential information and as energy that we “digest” and include in our being. The educational program directs each individual through calming the senses, applying special exercises, daily routine and diet, to heal their body and if it is old to rejuvenate it.


The experience of Ayus(r) psychotherapy is that cognition in man reveals an unchanging, healthy, divine essence, which creates an extremely constructive mood and gives great motivation for problem solving and healing. In their development, a person should indulge in the guidance of natural intelligence and not allow it to be suppressed by the external influences of samskaras – deep-rooted patterns in the mind or by the overly egoistic part of us – the illusion (Maya). These adverse influences take our original nature, prakruti, out of balance and cause disharmony, vikruti, which blocks the healthy development of a person. Otherwise, by nature a person develops harmoniously and healthily. The mind is always united with the soul, which is consciousness itself. Thus, the perception of the mentioned object became a conscious act. Then the soul sends an impulse to the motor-bodily organs (karmendriyas), these organs connect with the object in question and perform a certain bodily action. Feelings are interdependent, from someone or something. Expectations are natural in all people, if they do not exceed certain limits. Strong emotions block the power of reason and spirit. The six main mental illnesses in Ayurveda and Sowa Rigpa are: Kama (excessive desires); Krodha (anger, aggression); Lobha (greed); Moha (attachment); Mada (selfish pride); Matsarya (jealousy, envy). The feelings that most affect the psychosomatic state of each individual are: Harsha (euphoric joy or anger); Kama (sensual desires and wishes); Shoka (sadness, grief); Lobha (greed); Dainya (helplessness); Krodha (anger, aggression); Irsya (intolerance, rudeness; Matsarya (envy, jealousy); Asuya (evil, gossip); Vishada (depression); Bhaya (fear, phobia).


The meaning of the name Sushiveda Veda is a set of knowledge, procedures and methods that are used to study and develop knowledge about a certain topic, things. The word Sushi is invoked in my naturopathy therapeutic healing practice of Sushiveda inspiration from the book “Liberation of Fish”, which describes a group of Tibetans who buy live fish from the market to release into the river to save lives and gain merit. This group was taught and led by Lama Rinpoche whose family owned a Sushi restaurant. Lama Rinpoche inspired his family to donate much of the money earned by the Sushi restaurant. They donated a lot of money to monasteries and charities for the blind in Tibet and Nepal. They probably “balanced the conscious life action of karma energy” with a donation to the monasteries to balance at least some of the bad karma from running the Sushi restaurant. They probably “balanced the conscious life action of karma energy” with a donation to the monasteries to balance at least some of the bad karma from running the Suhi restaurant. The principle of compensating good deeds with bad ones is apparently very widespread, at least it seemed very familiar to me through meeting the Tibetans who eat fish. Until a few years ago, some (relatively) well-to-do Tibetans really enjoyed the fish restaurants in the Chinese parts of Lhasa. They stopped going there only after the Dalai Lama made some statements about eating fish. In today’s practice of the “Liberation of Fish”, it has a very strong good energy in Saga Dawa (Buddhist celebration commemorating the birth of the Buddha) which is considered the most auspicious time to release the fish so that it can fulfil the request / prayers. Something like eggs for Easter or turkey for Christmas. My naturopathy therapeutic healing practice of Sushiveda (sushi is also the aim / point of competitive archery shooting an arrow at a triangular earthen target invented by the Tibetans some 1,300 years ago) is inspired in part by the story and meaning described in the “Liberation of Fish” which takes place in real human coexistence through five elements (transformation) whose life rhythm is dictated by nature, changing seasons, day and night… colors, taste, feelings and psyche, various parts of the human body, senses, tissues, organs… mutual relations in the company, mind-thoughts, socialization… through the element ether / space (akash-angushtha) which balances man in spring (liver, gall bladder, senses eyes, feelings of anger, sour taste, color green and coexistence according to the law of jyotisha planet Jupiter); the element of fire (agni-madhyama) which balances man at the beginning of the solar flight (heart, small intestine, sense of language, sense of joy, bitter taste, color red and coexistence according to the spiritual law of jyotish planet Mars); the earth element (prithvi-kanishtha) that balances a person at the end of the solar flight (spleen, stomach, senses of the mouth, feelings of obsession, sweet taste, color yellow and coexistence according to the spiritual law of jyotish planet Saturn); the element of air (vayu-tarjani) that balances a person in autumn (lungs, large intestine, sense of the nose, feelings of sadness, bitter taste, white color and coexistence according to the spiritual law of jyotish planet Venus); the element of water (jala-anamika) which balances a person in the winter period (kidney, bladder, senses ears, sense of fear, salty taste, color black and coexistence according to the spiritual law of jyotish planet Mercury).

Let’s enjoy health when health is good, and be patient when health is bad.
Smajo Safić Gupta, Vaidya – Manpa