Tibetan Art of Dream Analysis June 16th – 17th 2023

Tibetan Art of Dream Analysis June 16th – 17th 2023

Dr. Nida Chenagtsang

In the course for all those interested in the nature and meaning of dreams, we will learn about the importance of dreams, the mechanisms of their occurrence, their meanings, and their impact.

We will hear how Tibetan dream masters have been able to see the deep connection between the dream and the waking world for over a thousand years. Through them, we understand why night dreams can give clear signs of health warnings, and conflicts, or predict events that will potentially happen, be it someone’s death, birth, or events related to wealth and happiness, etc. We also learn to distinguish which dreams may be meaningful or prophetic, and which are just the relatively insignificant reflections of the everyday mind or our physiology.

In Tibetan medicine, the study of dreams is a very important aspect of diagnosis and making predictions, which doctors have used for a very long time. The goal of the course instructor, Tibetan physician Dr. Nida Chenagtsang, has been for people to gain a deeper understanding of how their dreams can heal us not only medically on a physical level, but also spiritually.

In the course, we learn:

What is a dream, important aspects of dreams;

The emergence of consciousness and its mechanisms of action;

The main components of sleep, on the basis of which dreams arise and manifest – the fine anatomy of our body, mind (consciousness) and their mutual connection;

The interrelationship between consciousness or the mind and the energy of the wind (rLung) that triggers it as an influence on dreams;

Mechanisms of dreamless sleep and dream formation; The connection between time and dreams (whether it is a dream related to the past, the current situation, or a dream referring to the future or possibly prophetic);

Different kinds of dreams in different kinds of people; Classification of dreams, dream symbols, and interpretation of dreams (colors, good and bad events either in a direct or opposite sense, dreams as an indicator of health status);

Possibilities of reducing the power of bad dreams and maintaining the potential of good dreams.

Tibetan Dream Analysis explains how Tibetan dream masters have been able to see the deep connection between the dream world and the waking world for over a thousand years. Through them, we understand why night dreams can give clear signs of health warnings, and conflicts or predict events that are yet to happen, such as death, birth or harbingers of wealth and happiness.

Dreams and the Body: How dreams occur in the mind from the perspective of Tibetan Yoga Science

Dream Interpretation: The Art of Dream Analysis, including the meaning and interpretation of dream symbols

Medical Dream Diagnosis: Using dreams to diagnose and predict diseases

Dreamwork: Dynamic techniques for overcoming energy and mind blockages

Dream Practice: Spiritual practices for developing dream clarity and the power of predictive dreams. To distinguish between ordinary, symbolic, and prophetic dreams.


The course starts on June 16th 10:00 – 12:00; 14:00 – 17:00 and ends June 17th 10:00 – 12:00; 14:00 – 17:00

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Tibetan Medicine Center Men Ling, Jõõpre, Viki talu


The course is held in English, with a translation into Estonian (if necessary, you can join different zoom groups where translation into several other languages ​​takes place in parallel).

The way from Jõõpre village to Men Ling Center

There is an “MEIE” store in the center of Jõõpre. It remains on the left hand when coming from both Tallinn and Pärnu. About 100 m from the store towards Lavassaare, a new kindergarten, and a schoolhouse stand out on the right. On the corner of the road, there is a SILVER OWL of stainless steel. From there, turn right.

You drive past the schoolhouse, over a small bridge and along the road straight ahead for a total of 1km until the road runs out in the field. All that’s left is to turn left under the Private Land sign and right after 30 meters. The yellow, red-stone-roofed house of the Tibetan Medical Center Men Ling stands out from a distance behind a spruce tree.

 58.47635, 24.34810



Possibility to participate also via ZOOM

PRICE: 120-191.- eur

COURSE: 155.- (includes attending the course on site for two days and catering — 2 lunches, 1 dinner)

COURSE + ACCOMMODATION: 191.- (includes the course fee, meals, and accommodation with breakfast on June 17, of which 36.- eur can be paid in cash on the spot)

ZOOM: 120.-




Dr. Nida Chenagtsang was born in Tibet, Amdo region. He graduated with distinction from Lhasa Tibetan Medical University, where his master’s thesis was on the rediscovery and application of Kunye and other ancient Tibetan external therapies.

Since 1999, dr. Chenagtsang was highly regarded for his teachings and research both in Asian countries and in the West. Dr. Chenagtsang is one of the founders of the Ngak-Mang Institute. The institute works to preserve the Tibetan culture of secular yogis, ngakpads. He is also the director of the International Academy of Tibetan Traditional Medicine.

In addition to his medical training, Dr. Nida studied the Vajrayana teachings of Tibetan Buddhism with teachers from all schools of Tibetan Buddhism, especially the Longchen Nyingthig of the Nyingma school with his root teacher Ani Ngawang Gyaltsen and the Dudjom Tersar lineage with Chönyid Rinpoche and Sremo Dechen Yudron.

He received full teachings from his teachers Khenpo Tsultrim Gyaltsen and Khenchen Troru Tsenam in Yuthok Nyingthig’s unique spiritual tradition of Tibetan medicine, and was asked by Jamyang Rinpoche, Rebkong ngakpa (lay yogi) to continue passing on the teachings of the lineage


Tibetan Art of Dream Analysis June 16th - 17th 2023

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