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  • "Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing" | Volunteer
    not have been possible without the collaborated support and hard work of Friends of Tibet members and supporters who contribute humble amounts every month towards conducting camps and organising related events We thank all those who put in so much enthusiasm and effort for making the Wellbeing programme a reality We believe that Donating Time is the best way to understand and support such humanitarian initiatives One can support the Wellbeing Programme in various ways to ensure that good work is continued over a longer period of time benefiting the entire society especially those who are in need of our help and support Be a Wellbeing Volunteer by donating your time and talents in the following areas September 6 2011 Dr Lobsang Zoepa of Men Tsee Khang Dharamshala honors Shri Ahmed Shah and Smt Marykutty Cherian for the support they extended to the Kochi Tibetan Medical Camps since its beginning in September 2010 They were honoured during the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the Tibetan Medical Institute held at Ashirbhavan Kochi Wellbeing Donate Time Programme Translation We require volunteers every month to act as translators between Wellbeing Participants and Tibetan Doctors Malayalam English Malayalam and Hindi English Hindi The 3 4 day long Medical Camp begins at 9am on all days and continues till 7pm Your service is required according to needs of Participants Groups You could choose either One Day or the Entire Camp to volunteer Environmental Protection Friends of Tibet has a strong No Plastic Policy during its events and programmes In todays throw away society culture the organisation works towards medical camps with no plastic bags to pack and dispense medicines to hundreds of its participants These paper bags are reused by many of the Wellbeing Participants A joint venture between Paper Trail Design People and Friends of

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  • "Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing" | Reports: 2010-2011
    People React The Santideva Effect of Wellbeing Appu Jacob John reports on the 13th Wellbeing camp organised by Friends of Tibet in Kochi from October 7 9 2011 Details 50 Years of Wellbeing Friends of Tibet Kerala reports on 50 Years of Men Tsee Khang celebrations and the 12th Tibetan Medical Camp at Ashirbhavan Kochi from September 5 8 2011 Details A Cup Something More and a 13th Meaning Appu John reports on the 11th Men Tsee Khang Tibetan medical camp at Kochi hosted by Friends of Tibet Kerala at Ashirbhavan from August 4 6 2011 Details 10th Tibetan Medical Camp Friends of Tibet Kochi reports on the 10th Traditional Tibetan Medical Camp by Men Tsee Khang held at Ashirbhavan Ernakulam Kerala India from July 8 10 2011 Details A God Given Chance Periyar Riverkeeper VJ Jose on the 9th Men Tsee Khang Tibetan Medical Camp hosted by Friends of Tibet Kerala at Ashirbhavan Ernakulam from June 8 11 2011 Details Of Fish Healing and Freedom Yeldtho Mathew on the glimpses snippets and thoughts associated with Friends of Tibet Medical Camps and the latest camp held from May 19 21 2011 Details Ancient Wisdom for the Modern World Report on the four day long 7th traditional Tibetan medical camp organised by Friends of Tibet at Ashirbhavan Ernakulam from April 13 16 2011 Details Ramblings On A Men Tsee Khang Visit Prof Appu John writes about his experience with a Tibetan doctor during the 6th Tibetan medical camp held in Kerala from February 17 20 2011 Details The Healing Touch From Tibet 5th four day Tibetan medical camp concludes at Ashirbhavan Kochi hosted by Friends of Tibet from Jan 19 22 2011 and a dialogue between Tibetan and Ayurvedic doctors Details 4th Tibetan Medical Camp Men Tsee Khang concludes four day

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  • "Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing" | Contributors
    many of our people We thank all those who put in so much enthusiasm and effort to make these camps possible every month Below a list of individuals and organisations that continue to contribute their time and resources to sustain this programme 183 Aadi Suku Yesudas Kochi Kerala India 183 Abdul Nassar Pargana West Bengal India 183 Abraham Thomas Tripunithura Kerala India 183 Ahmed Shah Palghat Kerala India 183 Alexander Devasia Alappuzha Kerala India 183 Anandan TS Palakkad Kerala India 183 Anand V Alleppey Kerala India 183 Anne Bekemeier Quilon Kerala India 183 Appu Jacob John Kottayam Kerala India 183 Aprajita Sarcar New Delhi Kerala India 183 Arvind Iyer Mumbai Maharashtra India 183 Augustine Belarmin Edappally Kerala India 183 Bina Nayak Goa India 183 Biswadeep Gupta Mumbai Maharashtra India 183 Geetha Girija Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Girish Kumar PG Ernakulam Kerala India 183 Janaki Sankaran Dr Edappally Kerala India 183 Jayakumar PK Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Jose Antony Kochi Kerala India 183 Karuna Charitable Society Trichur Kerala India 183 Keval L Shah Mattanchery Kerala India 183 Krishna Kumar M Palghat Kerala India 183 Lakshmi Rajsankar Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Marykutty Cherian Kochi Kerala India 183 Mathew Abraham Tripunithura Kerala India 183 Mercy Yesudasan Kochi Kerala India 183 Mrinalini Gopinath Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Neil Roy Memorial Trust Mumbai Maharashtra India 183 Nicole Ngutenluorg Quilon Kerala India 183 Niranjan Das Sharma Quilon Kerala India 183 Nirmal Antony Edappally Kerala India 183 Praveen Rengaraj Secundarabad AP India 183 Ramachandran C Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Ramkumar AP Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Rajsankar Unnikrishnan Ottapalam Kerala India 183 Reshmi Siddharthan Fort Kochi Kerala India 183 Reeba Vikramadithyan Coimbatore Tamil Nadu India 183 Rinzin Choedon Washington DC USA 183 Rohit Singh Mumbai Maharashtra India 183 Sajith M Menon Palghat Kerala India 183 Samta L Shah

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  • "Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing" | FAQ
    treat various ailments and to prevent their occurrence 4 What is Tibetan medicine most effective for Answer In addition to many common ailments Tibetan Medicines also offers very effective treatment in controlling and even curing may major diseases like Asthma Arthritis Diabetes Hypertension Sinusitis Eczema Anxiety General Cardio Vascular Liver and Kidney related problems Nervous Disorders Gynecological problems Gastro Intestinal Disorders Chronic Cold and Allergic problems Psychosomatic problems Heart related issues etc The medicines also help in controlling primary cancer cases 5 Are there animal products or preservatives used in making Tibetan Medicines Answer No animal products preservatives or any artificial flavours are used in the manufacturing Tibetan medicines based on herbal formulas And Tibetan medicines and incenses are consecrated according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition 6 Is there a suggested way to take Tibetan medicine Answer Some Tibetan medicinal pills are usually hard and bitter These pills need to be crushed either with a Pill Crusher or by wrapping in clothe to crush to make powder The powdered pills are with lukewarm water only to ensure digestion If any meal is not taken then the duration between the morning and noon pills should be 4 5 hours between noon and evening 7 8 hours If it is not possible to take the evening pill half an hour after the meal then one could do this also directly before going to bed Please do not get confused between Boiled water and Hot water If boiled water is not available take crushed pills with light black tea or mineral water 7 Are there side effects for Tibetan medicines Answer The Tibetan medicines use purely natural herbal recipe that goes down to treat the root of the problem These medicines are very safe as they are prepared without adulteration and known to have no side effects 8 What is the legal status of Men Tsee Khang the Tibetan Medical Centre Answer Men Tsee Khang is a charitable cultural and educational institution of His Holiness the the Dalai Lama registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act of 1860 No 1290 79 It has exemption under section 80G of the Income Tax Act 1961 No CIT PTA 1 93 94 80 G 1813 The institution is registered under section 12A a of the Indian Income Tax Act 1961 Questions 8 11 are answered by Dr Dorjee Rapten Neshar of Men Tsee Khang as told to Gunjan Mohank in an interview for Cancer Awakens 1 What is the typical Tibetan Medicine treatment for Cancer Answer The real nature of Cancer is impure blood with infectious characteristics that creates toxins in the body and results in tumors Our typical treatment is three pronged Reduction of tumour size with heat treatment and Golden Hammer Therapy Cleansing and detoxification of the body with Chelation Therapy Support with herbal medicine and Precious pills to cleanse toxic air decrease de oxygenated blood and increase oxygenated blood Tibetan medicine works best when there are no other intervening medicines Efficacy is definitely

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  • Friends of Tibet: Global | Activities (July 2002 - August 2003)
    March 10 2003 Read Poetry Reading on Tibet Friends of Tibet Bombay organises a first hand account of Tibet by Tibetan poet activist Tenzin Tsundue at the IDC Indian Institute of Technology IIT Bombay on March 12 2003 100 m Black Flag Unfurls For Tibet Friends of Tibet Bombay unfurls a 100 m long banner at the Marine Drive Bombay to commemorate the 44th Anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising on March 10 2003 Read One Day Fast Candle light vigil and one day fast in Bombay to protest the execution of Lobsang Dhondup Tibetan freedom fighter organised by Friends of Tibet Bombay and BTRA on February 1 2003 Read Launch of Boycott Made In China Products Friends of Tibet India launches a nation wide campaign from Dharamshala HP from January 1 2003 to Boycott Made In China MIC products Read Human Rights Day 2002 Friends of Tibet Bombay in association with the Bombay Tibetan Welfare Association organises a candle light vigil on on December 10 2002 at the Azad Maidan Bombay Non Violent Action For Tibet 12 Friends of Tibet s Seven day long workshop on Non Violent Action For Tibet at the Norgyeling Tibetan Settlement Bhandara Maharashtra from September 30 2002 Read Non Violent Action For Tibet 11 Friends of Tibet s Seven day long workshop on Non Violent Action For Tibet at the Phendeling Tibetan Settlement Mainpat Chattisgarh from September 20 2002 Read Non Violent Action For Tibet 10 Friends of Tibet s Seven day long workshop on Non Violent Action For Tibet at the Phuntsokling Tibetan Settlement Chandragiri Orissa from September 9 2002 Read Hind Swaraj Reading Four day long Hind Swaraj reading by Rajiv Vora of Gandhi Peace Foundation Prof Samdhong Rinpoche and Dr Ramu Manivannan at Dharamshala from August 19 2002 Read Heart Of

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  • Friends of Tibet: Global | 'Tibet In Darkness' by Acharya Rajneesh (Osho)
    thing to make you aware of yourself Thousands of devices have been created down the centuries so that your lotus can blossom and you can find your ultimate treasure the diamond These are just symbolic words but the destruction of Tibet should be known in history particularly man becomes a little more aware and humanity a little more humane This is the greatest calamity of the twentieth century that Tibet has fallen into the hands of materialists who don t believe that you have anything inside you They believe that you are only matter and your consciousness is only a by product of matter And all this is simply without any experience of the inner just logical rational philosophising Not a single communist in the world has meditated but it is strange they all deny the inner Nobody thinks about how the outer can exist if there is no inner They exist together they are inseparable And the outer is only a protection for the inner because the inner is very delicate and soft But the outer is accepted and the inner is denied And even if sometimes it is accepted the world is dominated by such dirty politicians that they use even the inner experiences for ugly ends Just the other day I came to know that America is now training its soldiers in meditation so that they can fight without any nervous breakdown without going mad without feeling any fear so they can lie down in their ditches silently calm and cool and collected No meditator may have ever thought that meditation can also be used for fighting wars but in the hands of politicians everything becomes ugly even meditation Now the army camps in America are teaching meditation so that their soldiers can be more calm and quiet while killing people But I want to warn America you are playing with fire You don t understand exactly what meditation will do Your soldiers will become so calm and quiet that they will throw away their weapons and they will simply refuse to kill A meditator cannot kill a meditator cannot be destructive So they are going to be surprised one day that their soldiers are no longer interested in fighting War violence murder massacre of millions of people this is not possible if a man knows something of meditation Then he knows the other whom he is killing He is his brother They all belong to the same oceanic existence If humanity were a little more aware Tibet should be made free because it is the only country which has devoted almost two thousand years to doing nothing but going deeper into meditation And it can teach the whole world something which is immensely needed But communist China is trying to destroy everything that has been created in two thousand years All their devices all their whole spiritual climate is being polluted poisoned But they are simple people they cannot defend themselves They don t have anything

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  • Friends of Tibet: People's Movement for an Independent Tibet
    about September 2012 Wellbeing Tibetan Medical Camp organised by Men Tsee Khang and the Friends of Tibet at Kochi Kerala Details The Cosmic Vision of Wellbeing Ravindra Ranasinha dramatist sociologist journalist and the head of Friends of Tibet Sri Lanka writes the Vision Statement of Friends of Tibet Wellbeing Details Stay Blue for Health and Go Green to Keep It Appu Jacob John reports on the 20th Wellbeing Tibetan Medical Camp by Men Tsee Khang and the Friends of Tibet at Kochi from June 6 9 2012 Details Wellbeing Crosses 1000 A report on the 19th Wellbeing Tibetan Medical Camp organised by Men Tsee Khang and Friends of Tibet Kerala at Ashirbhavan Ernakulam from May 9 12 2012 Details A Family That Stays Together Appu Jacob John reports on the 18th Wellbeing Tibetan Medical Camp by Men Tsee Khang and the Friends of Tibet meet at Ottapalam on March 11 2012 Details A Volunteer for Being a Drug and Doctor Appu Jacob John reports on the 16th Wellbeing Camp organised by Men Tsee Khang and Friends of Tibet Kerala at Kochi from January 4 7 2012 Details The Secrets of Being Well Appu Jacob John reports on the 15th Wellbeing Camp organised by Men Tsee Khang and Friends of Tibet Kerala at Ashirbhavan Kochi from December 5 7 2011 Details 2 Days for Tibet Nitesh Mohanty reports on the 2 Days for Tibet event organised by The Roots in association with Friends of Tibet at TIIS and Kitab Khana Mumbai from November 9 10 2011 Details Reuse Recyle Not Reduce is the New Mantra Appu Jacob John reports on the 14th Wellbeing camp organised by Men Tsee Khang and Friends of Tibet at Ashirbhavan Kochi from November 2 4 2011 Details TRAI Regulates People React The Santideva Effect of Wellbeing

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  • Media On Friends of Tibet (INDIA)
    Cause By Bhawani Negi Hindustan Times November 28 2004 Middle Path Approach Under Scrutiny Hindustan Times June 3 2004 Exiled Tibetans Reject China s White Paper ANI News Dharamshala June 4 2004 A Rebel A Cause by Pratima Asher The Hindu April 29 2004 Drawing Attention to Tibet by Anand Haridas The Hindu April 13 2004 First Tibetan Passport Found after 15 Years by Pawan Sharma Hindustan Times April 2 2004 First Tibetan Passport Found in Nepal by Baldev S Chauhan The Hindu April 2 2004 Other Stories 2003 Tibetans Gather to Celebrate Dalai Birthday Times of India Calcutta July 7 2003 Letter from Kathmandu by Ajit Baral Kathmandu Times December 13 2003 Friends of Tibet Pictorially State Their Case by Huned Contractor Times of India November 27 2003 Tibet Cry of Snow Lion Festival in Mangalore Showcasing a Freedom Struggle by Jaideep Shenoy The Hindu October 9 2003 Tibetan Children Face An Identity Crisis Says Writer The New Indian Express Mangalore October 9 2003 Tibetan Youth Urged To Carry On Their Freedom Struggle Deccan Herald Mangalore October 9 2003 The Snow Lion Cries In Mangalore Vijay Times Mangalore October 7 2003 Tibetans Urged To Preserve Culture Deccan Herald Mangalore October 7 2003 Tibet Festival In Mangalore Times of India Mangalore October 6 2003 Tibet National Uprising Day Commemoration Tibet Has a Voice In Kolkata Statesman Calcutta March 11 2003 Tibetan Protesters Remember Uprising Day Express News Service March 10 2003 100m Black Flag Unfurls For Tibet by D Chaudhuri The Asian Age March 10 2003 To The Point by Prachi Karnik The Afternoon March 10 2003 Boycott Chinese Goods Tibetans Call For Boycott by Mid Day Correspondent Mid Day March 10 2003 Tibetans To Boycott Chinese Goods by Express News Service Indian Express January 10 2003 Campaign in India To Boycott Chinese Goods AP December 30 2002 Drive To Boycott Chinese Goods Being Re Launched by Pawan Sharma Hindustan Times December 13 2002 Other Stories 2002 India s 50 Most Stylish People The ELLE Hotlist Elle July 2002 Tibetan Struggle Needs a Boost To Achieve Its Goal by Pawan Sharma Hindustan Times May 14 2002 I Live And Dream Only Of a Free Tibet by Pritish Nandi Bombay Times March 26 2002 Tibetan Nun Recounts Horrors of Chinese Torture by Dilnaz Boga Times of India March 17 2002 The Tibetan Triangle by Major Genral Eustace D Souza Freedom First March 2002 Don t Fight Terror With Terror Dalai Lama by Ramananda Sengupta Rediff com February 7 2002 Mumbai Protest January 2002 Height of Dissent Outlook January 28 2002 Reaching Up Out by Farida Shaikh Hindustan Times January 27 2002 My Week Rebel With a Cause by Tenzin Tsundue Mid Day January 20 2002 Climb Every Crane by Dilip D Souza Rediff com January 20 2002 Tibetan s Daredelivery Has Cops In a Lather by Staff Reporter Bombay Times January 18 2002 Poet In Exile Prisoner Of Conscience by Muhammed Wajihuddin Indian Express January 17 2002 Security Breach By Tibetan

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