Category Archives: East-West Perspectives

An Introduction to Chen Jinao

[East-West Perspective 东西方之观点] Chen Jinao — An Introduction By Alan Sims While looking downstairs in a Chinese bookstore in Flushing Queens N.Y., I happened to notice a book that I had previously seen. It was written by Chen Zi Ming, … Continue reading

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The Virtue of Patient Care

[East West Perspective 东西方之观点] The Virtue of Patient Care by Gary Greer   Technological advances in health care has led to a common belief that physicians tend to detach themselves from their patients.[i]  As a result, a paradigm shift from … Continue reading

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Yin, Yang, and Work Life Balance

[East-West Perspective] by Peter Morgan The typical soloist is a master of Yang, i.e. hard work, striving and making things happen. But what about Yin, and the magic, ease, flow and balance it offers? Most of us recognize the Yin-Yang symbol. The … Continue reading

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From the Doctor — A New Love Story

[From the Doctor] A New Love Story Nadia Linda Hole, M.D.   “Enjoy life. There’s plenty of time to be dead” – Hans Christian Andersen “From your I AM is born … the song that beautifies all” – Aramaic Lord’s … Continue reading

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Evolutionary Growth & Embodied Learning in Taiji

Evolutionary Growth and Embodied Learning in Taiji by Mauro Carboni,    Introduction. During the last decades, the Taiji practice has been the subject of a world-wide diffusion and has been known above all as “moving meditation.” In fact, this path … Continue reading

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Contribution of Daoist Yangsheng Philosophy to Modern Self-Care Movement

This essay looks into the modern self-care movement today, and at the ways Yangsheng philosophy can be of great help to those who are looking to improve their lifestyle, those looking to achieve better health and longer life, and most importantly those looking to achieve a level of balance and harmony within themselves and the environment they live in. Continue reading

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East-West Perspective: Mindfulness in a Twittering World

[East-West Perspective] Mindfulness In A Twittering World Debi Dunn, MBA and Andrea M. Delligati, Ph.D.   I admit that I am the last person who should be writing anything about technology.  Many of us “seasoned” psychologists have been catapulted into … Continue reading

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East-West Perspective – Chinese Wellness Based Healthcare System

East-West Perspective Chinese Wellness Based Healthcare System: An Inspiring Solution To Health & Economic Crisis in America by Dr. Roger Jahnke “The most profound medicine is produced naturally in the human body – for free!” This is the innovative foundation … Continue reading

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Summer Food For Fire Element

[East West Perspective] Summer Food For Fire Element by Christina Barea Young Summer is a period of growth, it is a time when nature expresses her bounty to the fullest. To be in harmony, with the atmosphere of summer, one … Continue reading

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Is Qigong For You?

Is Qigong For You? by Arthur Rosenfeld If you’ve traveled to China, you’ve likely encountered senior citizens flapping their arms early in the morning in public parks, or perhaps squatting, walking, singing or dancing in groups, twisting waists and wiggling … Continue reading

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