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Scientific Qi Exploration – Horary Cycle’s Qi Pathways from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Part II)

[Scientific Qi Exploration] Horary Cycle’s Qi Pathways from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Part II)   The Horary Cycle with Exit and Entry Points        Recall that each Organ and its corresponding Meridian energy is at its peak during the … Continue reading

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Scientific Qi Exploration – The Jingluo

Scientific Qi Exploration The Jingluo: Part 1 – The Horary Cycle by Dr. Marty Eisen 1.  Introduction Jing can be translated as “to pass through” or “pathway” and refers to the vertical channels or meridians.  Luo means “network” and refers … Continue reading

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Qi Cultivation and Dao – Balanced Emotional Flow with Qigong

Qi Cultivation and Dao Balanced Emotional Flow with Qigong by Dr. George Love We all have emotions. Emotions are meant to be expressed and when expressed in a healthy manner contribute to our overall well-being. What happens too often is … Continue reading

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The Relation Between Fu (Yang) and Zang (Yin) Organs

[Scientific Qi Exploration] The Relation Between Fu (Yang) and Zang (Yin) Organs by Marty Eisen Introduction The Yin Organs are classified as internal relative to the external Yang Organs (1, 2, 3, 4).  They are connected in pairs, as indicated … Continue reading

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Scientific Qi Exploration — The Fu (Yang) Organs

  1. Introduction The six Yang Organs are the Gall Bladder, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Bladder and Triple Heater or Burner will be studied (1,2,3). The Triple Heater does not have a physical structure and is considered a functional … Continue reading

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Digestion Weakness and Chinese Rice Ginger Zhou (Congee) by Michael Rinaldini (Li Chang Dao) This past summer was a digestive nightmare for me. [I have a history of Spleen Qi deficiency or the clinical manifest as Irritable Bowel Syndrome by … Continue reading

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