VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Health Systems Masters Certification

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Course Syllabus

In order to receive your Masters Certification for this program, you must take the courses for the three programs: VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Foundations of Systems™, VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Systems Medicine™, and VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Systems Care™, and successfully complete the respective three exams. The syllabus is as follows:

Course Program I – VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Foundations of Systems™

Lecture I: Introduction Journey to Systems Health(SHFSIN)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand the Truth, Freedom & Health for all, by sharing the power of systems thinking through our unique educational process of Learn, Teach & Serve.

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Lecture II: Fundamentals of Systems Theory(SHSB01)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand the key principles of all systems. This lecture also helps you to realize that we are intelligent feedback control systems, capable to heal and to achieve our health goals.

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Lecture III: Your Body, Your System Online Tool(SHSB06)

In this lecture, Dr. VA Shiva Ayyadurai demonstrates how to use Your Body, Your System® online tool, to identify your natural system state and disturbances caused to it. This lecture also helps you to understand what inputs (food, supplements, activities) you can use on a daily basis to bring you back to your natural system state.

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Lecture IV: Physics of Truth Freedom and Health(SHSB07)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand: 1. The dynamics of Truth, Freedom and Health versus Power, Profit and Control. 2. Understand the six principles at the foundation of Truth, Freedom and Health. 3. Understand the six principles at the foundation of Power, Profit and Control.

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Lecture V: Modern Systems Biology(SHSB02)

This lecture demonstrates 1. The Human Genome Project revealed that we are more than our genes. 2. Biology is an experimental science and has no fundamental ab initio laws. 3. Systems biology aims to build a whole understanding of the human body, bottom’s up, by linking molecular reactions from atom, to molecule, to molecular pathways, to cellular function, to cell, to tissue, to organ, to whole body.

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Lecture VI: The “Rosetta Stone” of Eastern and Western Medicine(SHSB05)

This lecture demonstrates 1. The fundamentals of systems theory are the foundations of ancient systems of medicine: Siddha, Ayurveda and TCM. 2. Ancient yogis and wise sages were consummate system scientists who discovered systems theory and created a language, which while perhaps foreign to us in the West, has direct correlations to modern systems theory. 3. Traditional systems of medicine recognized that body was an intelligent engineering system, based on the core elements of transport, conversion, and storage; and if given opportunity to sense itself, could be intelligent by executing its natural feedback mechanism to achieve the goal of optimal health

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Laboratory: Your Body, Your System®(SHLAB)

This laboratory demonstrates “Health begins with Knowing the Unique You. Your body is a unique system that needs the right inputs for the right conditions. Use this tool to know the unique You on Your journey to real health, and to understand the principles of ALL systems.”

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VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Foundations of Systems™ Certification Exam

In order to get certified as a Systems Health Educator, two things are required:
In order to get certified via this program, you must
  1. You must complete the courses listed above, and
  2. Complete an online exam successfully. You will be allowed to attempt the Certification Exam only once; if you wish to take the exam another time, you will have to request for approval.
Once you are certified as a Systems Health Educator, you will have full, unlimited access to the Systems Health Educator Portal as described above that provides you the gateway to starting your own business and practice as a Systems Health Educator.

Course Program II – VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Systems Medicine™

Lecture I: Turmeric: Cross-Systems Wonder Drug(SHSM01)

This lecture demonstrates 1. How the ancient systems of medicine viewed the benefits and employed the use of Turmeric 2. How Turmeric affects molecular pathways based on modern scientific research 3. The linkages between the ancient systems of medicine and modern research relative to the dynamics of Turmeric in the body

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Lecture II: Ginger: Nature’s Anti-Inflammatory(SHSM02)

This lecture demonstrates 1. How the ancient systems of medicine viewed the benefits and employed the use of Turmeric 2. How Turmeric affects molecular pathways based on modern scientific research 3. The linkages between the ancient systems of medicine and modern research relative to the dynamics of Turmeric in the body

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Lecture III: Snake Root: The Calming Herb(SHSM03)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. How the ancient systems of medicine viewed the benefits and employed the use of Snake Root 2. How Snake Root affects molecular pathways based on modern scientific research 3. The linkages between the ancient systems of medicine and modern research relative to the dynamics of Snake Root in the body

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Lecture IV: Ginseng: A Systems Adaptogen I(SHSM04)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. How the ancient systems of medicine viewed the benefits and employed the use of Ginseng 2. How Ginseng affects molecular pathways based on modern scientific research 3. The linkages between the ancient systems of medicine and modern research relative to the dynamics of Ginseng in the body

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Lecture V: Ashwagandha: A Systems Adaptogen II(SHSM05)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. How the ancient systems of medicine viewed the benefits and employed the use of Ashwagandha 2. How Ashwagandha affects molecular pathways based on modern scientific research 3. The linkages between the ancient systems of medicine and modern research relative to the dynamics of Ashwagandha in the body.

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Lecture VI: The System of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)(SHSB04)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. The Five Elements theory is the basis of TCM 2. The natural state of the body is to be in balance by mediating the forces of Ying and Yang 3. Disease occurs when imbalance occurs, and obstructs the flow of Chi.

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VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Systems Medicine™ Certification Exam

In order to get certified as a Systems Health Educator, two things are required:
In order to get certified via this program, you must
  1. You must complete the courses listed above, and
  2. Complete an online exam successfully. You will be allowed to attempt the Certification Exam only once; if you wish to take the exam another time, you will have to request for approval.
Once you are certified as a Systems Health Educator, you will have full, unlimited access to the Systems Health Educator Portal as described above that provides you the gateway to starting your own business and practice as a Systems Health Educator.

Course Program III – VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Systems Care™

Lecture I: Multiple Systems of Yoga(SHSC01)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. Yoga is not just a set of postures or contortions 2. There are five main systems of Yoga 3. Yoga systems originate from particular philosophies

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Lecture II: Yoga Asanas & Medical Benefits(SHSC02)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. The origin of yoga asanas 2. Each yoga asana was designed for particular benefits 3. Not all yoga asanas are for everyone

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Lecture III: Systems Basis of Acupuncture(SHSC03)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. The history of acupuncture 2. The various forms of acupuncture 3. The health benefits of acupuncture

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Lecture IV: From Natural Rhythms to Circadian Physiology(SHSC04)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. What is circadian physiology? 2. How our bodies are connected to internal and external rhythms 3. How ancient systems of medicine recognized the importance of natural rhythms and how modern research is validating those ancient findings.

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Lecture V: Meditation and a Resilient System(SHSC05)

This lecture is intended for you to learn and understand 1. The various forms of meditation 2. The origin of various meditation traditions 3. The health benefits of particular meditation practices.

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Lecture VI: Siddha and Ayurveda – The First Systems Biology(SHSB03)

1. Siddha and Ayurveda were the first systems biology. 2. Siddha and Ayurveda had a top-down approach to understanding life, from the cosmos on down. 3. The ancient sages who created Siddha and Ayurveda were systems scientists (they weren’t just men in saffron robes).

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VA SHIVA® Systems Health® Systems Care™ Certification Exam

In order to get certified as a Systems Health Educator, two things are required:
In order to get certified via this program, you must
  1. You must complete the courses listed above, and
  2. Complete an online exam successfully. You will be allowed to attempt the Certification Exam only once; if you wish to take the exam another time, you will have to request for approval.
Once you are certified as a Systems Health Educator, you will have full, unlimited access to the Systems Health Educator Portal as described above that provides you the gateway to starting your own business and practice as a Systems Health Educator.

Text Book for Course

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