About ABS



irst 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


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: Trans-reflective 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


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

Amitabha Buddhist Society

Amitabha Buddhist Society is a non-profit making, non-government organization registered under Bombay Public Act dated 27/10/2010 (Reg. No. E-5597 Pune). It is also registered u/s 80G of income tax act 1961 (Reg. No. PN/CIT-I/80G/359/2010-11).

Amitabha Buddhist Society is the Headquarters of the World Association Of Buddhism; 7th, No, 1595, Templo Budista, Costa Bonita, Necochea CP 7631, Buenos Aires, Argentina, since 2013 for India – Asia area. It is a official Representative of the Maitriyana Buddhist University, has the office in Pune area, to organize varied kind of study, practice, and meditation courses in Buddhism. It is a institutional member and insistently working for the Maitriyana Spiritual Movement. ABS is also a jury member in International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights, UBNO (United Nations Buddhist Organizations).

We provide all the required assistance, guidance, direction, co-operation, motivation, and everything required for the development of Education, Ecology, Humanity and world Peace. In addition, we also organize regular programs for the spiritual development by the way of Buddhism. We guide our students and seekers in concepts of ultimate truth, happiness, satisfaction, inner contentment etc., for this we are taking massive efforts. We are trying to propagate the Buddhist vision to the masses by organizing and coordinating programs from time to time.

Buddhism is a science of Living, propounding the values of Humanity, showing importance of the basic principles of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity for the humankinds.