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The Taiji Examiner – Tai Chi For Pain Relief

The Taiji Examiner Top Pain Management Doctor Recommends Tai Chi For Pain Relief by Violet Li Dr. Daniel Richman is a board-certified anesthesiologist who has specialized in pain management since 1991. Some of the honors he has received include “One … Continue reading

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Push-hands: A Means To Increase Your Gong

[From The Master] Push Hands: A Means For Increasing Your Gong by Yang Yang, Ph.D Push-hands is a measure of a person’s gong. In the meantime, push-hands can also be a safe and efficient means to enhance the gong. Below … Continue reading

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Integrating Theory with Experience: Medical Qigong For Healing And Healthcare

[Qi Cultivation and Dao] Integrating Theory With Expereince: Medical Qigong For Healing and Healthcare by Jill Gonet, MFA and Guan-Chen Sun, PhD Brief Introduction Medical Qigong functions to activate, cultivate, balance, harmonize, transform and manage the qi/energy-information for self-healing, self-care … Continue reading

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The Yin-Yang of True Health

[Quantum Healing With Dr. Lu] The Yin-Yang of True Health by Nan Lu, OMD Question: I’ve been working on my health for over six years with natural healing practices, including acupuncture and herbs. It took years for me to start … Continue reading

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Daoist Cultivation & Behavioral Kinesiology (2)

[Learn about Dao] Daoist Cultivation and Behavioral Kinesiology (Part 2 of 2) by Livia Kohn, Ph.D. (Cont. from March/April  Issue) ENERGY CENTERS The key factor in behavioral kinesiology, as described in detail by John Diamond in a 1979 publication, is … Continue reading

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The Bioenergetic of Basic Life

[Cultivating the Mind] The Bioenergtic of Basic Life by Tom Rogers, President of Qigong Institute The fundamental principle of Western medical science has been that the basis of life is biological and the combination of biochemistry and molecular biology defines … Continue reading

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Happiness in Your Life – Human Energy Systems

Human Energy Systems by Doe Zantamata There are two types of energy within each person. They are known as masculine and feminine, and often incorrectly thought to be men and women, separately. Throughout the past few hundred years, societies have … Continue reading

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An Era of Openness through Raising the Kundalini

[Experience Exchange] By Raven Cohan Is it time?  Can there be an era of openness?  Can many people now begin to consider practices that have remained hidden?  The practices of raising sexual-spiritual energy known as Kundalini are detailed practices that … Continue reading

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Seasonal Harmony – What’s Your Food’s Nature?

[Seasonal Harmony] By Ellasara Kling Last issue we talked a little bit about the flavors of foods and some of the effects that those flavors have on the function of the various organ systems. Also based on Five Element Theory … Continue reading

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Cardiomyopathy and Congestive Heart Failure

TCM Food Therapy Cardiomyopathy and Congestive Heart Failure by Helen Hu, OMD Dilated (congestive) cardiomyopathy is a group of heart muscle disorders in which the ventricles enlarge but are not able to pump enough blood for the body’s needs, resulting … Continue reading

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