Contact: Lamp On The Path
99 Bronte Road. #314
Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 3B7
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Phone: +1-905 634 8412
This self-healing website was created to offer safe, simple methods of changing your mind and consequently problems that affect your health so that they are available to anyone, for free, without limitation, anywhere. Once people have confidence with the methods, we eventually hope to support and train them, in as unlimited a way as possible, using the web as an on-line training and support community. As they develop programs in their area of expertise, we would like to help them to become trainers themselves.
The creators of this website are Dekyi-Lee Oldershaw, Dave Gould, Judy Horsley, Andrea Pilati and Bob Smyth. It is inspired by His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama and Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche, both Tibetan Buddhist teachers who have benefited 100’s of thousands of people of all philosophical backgrounds.
In 1999, Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche advised Dekyi Lee to make her self-healing methods, which change the mind and consequently the body, available to anyone of any philosophical belief.
This work is also the result of a discussion Dekyi-Lee had with one of the Dalai Lama’s personal physicians, Dr. Wangyal, a Doctor of Tibetan Medicine in Dharamsala, India. This is the home of many Tibetans in exile and Dr. Wangyal’s famed Men Tse Kang, Institute for Tibetan Medicine where this ancient natural medicine system is preserved. He urged her to focus her work on ways to heal the psychological causes of illness when disease has become too complex for medical systems alone.
Dekyi-Lee Oldershaw developed Transformative Mindfulness methods and has been the international trainer since 1989. She is presently Co-Director of the Inter-professional Certificate in Applied Mindfulness Meditation at the University of Toronto, contributing author of Medical Marriage: The Marriage of Orthodox and Complementary Therapies and co-author of 16 Guidelines for Life, now in 23 countries and 6 languages. 16 Guidelines is book and program of the Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom, UK whose patron is The Dalai Lama, where she also serves as a board member. Before founding The Centre for Compassion & Wisdom in Burlington, Canada, she was an ordained nun in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for seven years.