Degree of Buddhist Environmentalist

Degree in Buddhist Environmentalism

 

Program

 

First Semester

Module 1. Bodhisattva Vow

Module 2. Tribal Peoples and the Environment

Module 3. Capitalist civilization and environmental destruction

Module 4. Anthropocentrism and Ecocentrism

Module 5. Systems theory

Module 6. Green movement

Module 7. Environmental Engaged Buddhism

Module 8. Political ecology

Module 9. Deep ecology

Module 10. Global warming

Module 11. Ecocide

Module 12. Pollution

 

Second Semester

Module 1. Deforestation

Module 2. Extinction of species

Module 3. Genetic manipulation

Module 4. Animal rights and Animal Liberation

Module 5. Plant rights

Module 6. Ecosystem Rights

Module 7. Rights of the Earth

Module 8. Gaia theory and planetary medicine

Module 9. Sustainable development and environmental Justice

Module 10. Social Ecology, Counterculture and Ecosocialism

Module 11. Ecovillages and Anarchism

Module 12. Radical ecology, Activism and direct action

Degree of Buddhist Scientist

Degree in Buddhist Science

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester

Module 1. Alternative scientific paradigm

Module 2. Contemplative and Spiritual Science

Module 3. Metarreflexion

Module 4. Emptiness, relativity and quantum

Module 5. The Big Bang and the Universe without beginning of Buddhism

Module 6. Karma and Causality

Module 7. Bioethics and genetics

Module 8. Beyond materialism and metaphysics

Module 9. Intuition and beyond the mechanistic objectivity

Module 10. Empiricism and rationalism

Module 11. Physics and Consciousness

Module 12. Common ground of mind-matter

 

Second Semester

Module 1. Parallels between quantum physics and mysticism

Module 2. Heisenberg, David Bohm and Buddhism

Module 3. Science, creativity and Implicate Order

Module 4. Buddhist Cosmology and String Theory

Module 5. Evolution of life and autopoiesis

Module 6. Contemplation of the Totality

Module 7. Indeterminism in the knowledge of the Real

Module 8. Interconnected, multidimensional and holographic universe

Module 9. Beyond spacetime

Module 10. Multiverse

Module 11. Integral vision

Module 12. Systemic Perspective of the Cosmos

 

Degree of Buddhist Ethicist

Degree in Buddhist Ethics

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester

Module 1. Path of Spiritual Love: tenderness and passion without attachment

Module 2. Pathway of Detachment

Module 3. Meditation and deep vision of life

Module 4. Solitude, silence and just behavior

Module 5. Present Being: being in the here and now

Module 6. Beyond pain and pleasure

Module 7. Ethics of Sublimation

Module 8. A new culture

Module 9. Contemplative research method

Module 10. Satisfaction in everyday life

Module 11. Humility and Being: Having without accumulating

Module 12. Being and Becoming

 

Second Semester

Module 1. Metaphilosophical therapeutic tool

Module 2. Wellbeing in spite of suffering

Module 3. Appropriate Happiness and Labor

Module 4. Virtues and Factors of Enlightment

Module 5. Experiencing peace and the miracle of existing

Module 6. Meditation, Theory and practice of subjective equilibrium

Module 7. Overcoming good and evil

Module 8. Freedom is Responsibility

Module 9. Angst and Openness of Being

Module 10. Knowledge of oneself

Module 11. Righteous communication and cooperation: helping others

Module 12. Free and ethical consciousness: the true good

Degree of Buddhist Artist

DEGREE IN BUDDHIST ART

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester

Module 1. Poetry and Literature

Module 2. Painting

Module 3. Music and Singing

Module 4. Sculpture and Architecture

Module 5. Dance and Theater

Module 6. Photography

Module 7. Film

Module 8. Calligraphy and Grammar

Module 9. Crafts and Gardening

Module 10. Rhetoric and Dialectics

Module 11. Martial Arts

Module 12. Philosophy of Art

 

Second Semester

Module 1. Astronomy

Module 2. Politics

Module 3. Sociology of Art

Module 4. Anthropology of Art

Module 5. Contemplative and authentic art

Module 6. Religious art

Module 7. History of oriental art

Module 8. Buddhism and Surrealism

Module 9. Aesthetics

Module 10. Fundamental beauty

Module 11. Art in everyday life

Module 12. Humor

Degree of Buddhist Philosopher

DEGREE IN BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY

 

PROGRAM

First Semester:

Module 1. The Meaning and Purpose of Existence

Module 2. Dissatisfaction, Impermanence and Insubstantiality

Module 3. Life as an art of fullness

Module 4. Logical Philosophy

Module 5. Philosophy of Nagarjuna

Module 6. Buddhist Discourse of Emptiness and Nothingness

Module 7. Buddhist Phenomenology and Ontology

Module 8. Interpretation and Construction of the Truth

Module 9. Life and Enlightment of Siddharta Gautama

Module 10. Knowledge through meditative pathway

Module 11. Karma and Nirvana: liberation and penetrating vision

Module 12. Mental calm

 

Second Semester:

Module 1. Spiritual Values

Module 2. Initiation and Awakening

Module 3. Satori and beyond knowledge

Module 4. Wise Master and philosopher

Module 5. Beyond faith

Module 6. Philosophy of Martial Arts

Module 7. Multidimensional Philosophy of the Real

Module 8. The True Human Being

Module 9. Overcoming the subject-object dualism

Module 10. Cosmos and Mind

Module 11. Poetic Freedom and Koan

Module 12. Meta-thought and spiritual masters’ language

 

Degree of Buddhist Educator

DEGREE IN BUDDHIST PEDAGOGY

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester:

Module 1. Education of Inner Peace and Social Peace

Module 2. Education for Human Rights and Peace

Module 3. Education with Equanimity and Tolerance

Module 4. Education for Solidarity and Equality

Module 5. Education for Creativity and Mindfulness

Module 6. Education on Friendship and Fraternity

Module 7. Responsibility, Freedom and Detachment

Module 8. Environmental education for sustainable development

Module 9. Education on Democracy and plural Justice

Module 10. Pedagogy of Liberation

Module 11. Compassionate Wisdom

Module 12. Awakening of potentialities

 

Second Semester:

Module 1. Peak Knowledge

Module 2. Master-Apprentice Relationship and the School of Life

Module 3. Self-realization and self-transcendence

Module 4. Spiritual counseling and direct perception of the real

Module 5. Teaching with listening and empathy

Module 6. Consciousness in the present and the here-and-now

Module 7. Overcoming Resistances against learning

Module 8. Transformation, Development and evolution of learning

Module 9. Education with Values, Intuition and Altruism

Module 10. Emotional Intelligence against destructive emotions

Module 11. Education for the transformation of consciousness and society

Module 12. Education of Reconciliation and commitment to the fellow beings

 

Degree of Buddhist Psychotherapist

DEGREE IN BUDDHIST PSYCHOTHERAPY

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester:

Module 1. Mental Health and compassionate life

Module 2. Truth and Sublimation

Module 3. Beyond pleasure and passions

Module 4. Encounter of the Meaning of Being

Module 5. Buddhic Nature of mind

Module 6. The tranquility of loving consciousness

Module 7. The ethics of letting go and emptying the mind

Module 8. Pacification of daily stress

Module 9. Curing from addictions of Ego

Module 10. Psychotherapy of spiritual traditions

Module 11. Liberation: beyond the psychological adjustment

Module 12. Psychotherapy of meditation

 

Second Semester

Module 1. Care of the Self Therapy

Module 2. Training of Wellness of the Self

Module 3. Mind in balance, serenity and equanimity

Module 4. Contemplation and Structure of consciousness

Module 5. Awakening: Wise and compassionate mind

Module 6. Mindfulness and awareness of the everyday

Module 7. Dynamic meditation: Emptiness, freedom and happiness

Module 8. Attention and deep Listening

Module 9. Getting out of alienation

Module 10. The Spiritual Cure of the Mind

Module 11. Vanishing greed, hatred and deceit

Module 12. Inner and outer integrity

Degree of Buddhist Medical Practitioner

 

Degree in Buddhist Medicine

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester

Module 1: Introduction to Buddhist Medicine

Module 2: Integral Holistic Medicine

Module 3: Tibetan Medicine

Module 4: Chinese Medicine

Module 5: Oriental Medical Diagnosis

Module 6: Ayurvedic Medicine

Module 7: Yogi Medicine of Breathing

Module 8: Yoga Therapy

Module 9: Tibetan Yoga

Module 10: Integral Yoga

Module 11: Meditative Healing

Module 12: Taoist Medicine

 

Second Semester

Module 1: Acupuncture

Module 2: Phytotherapy and Medicinal Herbs

Module 3: Natural Medicine and Naturopathy

Module 4: Indigenous Medicine

Module 5: Thai Massage and Digitopuncture

Module 6: Qi Gong and Tai Chi

Module 7: Vibrational Medicine and Music Therapy

Module 8: Reiki Therapy

Module 9: Iridology, Reflexotherapy and Auriculotherapy

Module 10: Homeopathy

Module 11: Floral Therapy and Aromatherapy

Module 12: Anthroposophic Medicine

 

Degree of Buddhist Psychiatrist

Degree in Buddhist Psychiatry

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester

Module 1: Buddhist exploration of the lucid dream

Module 2: Near-death experiences

Module 3: Therapy and psychiatric science of Zen Meditation

Module 4: Science of mystical experience

Module 5: Transreflective thinking, Rationality and irrationality

Module 6: Hypnosis, Meditation and brain waves

Module 7: Non-ordinary states of consciousness

Module 8: Physiological control

Module 9: Healing process of contemplation

Module 10: Religious experiences, neuroses and psychoses

Module 11: Normality and Abnormality

Module 12: Transpersonal Psychology and Spiritual Emergencies

 

Second Semester

Module 1: Beyond the dualism of mind

Module 2: Chakras and brain

Module 3: Schizophrenia and abstract, aesthetic, psychodynamic, perinatal and transpersonal experiences

Module 4: Trances, Dreams, Myths and Mysticism

Module 5: Body-mind and self-healing

Module 6: Mindfulness

Module 7: Transformation of the inner world

Module 8: Neurology, Meditation and Brain Transformation

Module 9: States of ecstatic regression and dynamic creative states

Module 10: Psychedelics and transcendental experiences

Module 11: Shamanic experiences and depersonalization

Module 12: Illness as a failure of the spiritual development

Module 13: Awakening of the kundalini, ascetic phenomena and psychic disturbances

 

Degree of Buddhist Psychologist

Degree in Buddhist Psychology

 

PROGRAM

 

First Semester

Module 1: The Health of the True Being

Module 2: Buddhism-Western Psychology Dialogue

Module 3: Analytical mindfulness of the unconscious mind

Module 4: The fundamental basis of consciousness and the Maya

Module 5: Wellbeing, intrinsic dignity and original goodness

Module 6: Reconciliation and Compassionate Love

Module 7: Meditative therapy and healing of trauma

Module 8: Scientific study of Spirituality

Module 9: Compassion and transformation of consciousness

Module 10: Brain functioning of meditation

Module 11: Liberation, Wisdom and Detachment

Module 12: Emptiness and Illusion of the Ego

 

Second Semester

Module 1: Roots of psychological suffering, attachment, aversion and ignorance

Module 2: Integration and Sublimation of Desire

Module 3: Waking from the dream of neurotic life

Module 4: Liberation from the repetition of suffering

Module 5: Psychology of ethics and salvation

Module 6: Theravada Buddhist Psychology

Module 7: Vajrayana Buddhist Psychology

Module 8: Zen Buddhist Psychology

Module 9: Conscious Attention and Higher States of Consciousness

Module 10: Cultivation of the awakened mind and free subjectivity

Module 11: Patience, attitude change and contemplative life

Module 12: Transcending the Ego and Openness of the Self