Monthly Archives: October 2011

Book Review-Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain

Embrace Tiger , Return to Mountain The Essence of Tai Ji by Chungliang Al Huang Paperback 224 pp. $19.95 Singing Dragon, Philadelphia PA( 2011) ISBN: 978-1-84819-052-8   This book will bring a smile to your face, a feeling of peace … Continue reading

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Meditation in Motion

Taiji – Stage of Development by Eric Borreson There is an old saying in tai chi that says, “The first 10,000 times don’t count”. You should expect that you need to practice your forms that many times to move through … Continue reading

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Stress Less

Introduction to Trypnaural Meditation and Brainwave Entrainment by Niraj Naik,  M.Pharm I am a pharmacist and natural health consultant to several large blue chip companies, and dare I say it, including Walmart, where I have seen all kinds of clients … Continue reading

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How Can Bio-Energy be Measured? Part 2

How Can Bio-Energy be Measured? by Cindy Cicero This article is about my visit to the Rhine Center’s Bio-Emissions Lab in Durham, NC.  The recent invitation to the Center was extended by Executive Director John Kruth and Bill Joines who … Continue reading

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The Sexual Dynamic-Healing Through Gender Awareness

Healing Through Pleasure The Sexual Dynamic Healing Through Gender Awareness by Felice Dunas, Ph.D. “Those who understand the nature of sex will nurture their vigor and prolong their life.  Those who treat its principle with contempt will injure their spirit … Continue reading

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Women’s Empowerment in an Age of Illness, Part 2

~Breathing in this life~ Women’s Empowerment in an Age of Illness, Part 2 What Yoga Can Do for You by Ginger Garner MPT, ATC Last month, I wrote about the health related reasons that cause women to be put at … Continue reading

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TCM Food Therapy

TCM Food Therapy for Diabetes by Helen H. Hu, OMD, L.Ac. Diabetes Mellitus is a syndrome characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from impaired insulin secretion and /or effectiveness. There are many complications of diabetes such as retinopathy, nephropathy, atherosclerotic coronary and … Continue reading

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Proverbs of Yang Sheng

QIGONG SAYINGS Proverbs of Yang-Sheng 养生格言 “When genuine energy is stored within, diseases cannot invade the body” .Li Dongyuan (1180 – 1251) “The energy is the basis of life. Everything in the Universe changes and develops thanks to qi.” Zhang … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Medicine Research Update

Mind-Body Medicine Research Update   The effect of supervised Tai Chi intervention compared to a physiotherapy program on fall-related clinical outcomes: a randomized clinical trial. Disabil Rehabil. 2011 Sep 29.  By Tousignant M, Corriveau H, Roy PM, Desrosiers J, Dubuc … Continue reading

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On Eating

On Eating by Solala Towler The Master was traveling with some of her students. At one of their stops they were served the meat of a pig. The students were horrified to see the Master calmly eating this forbidden food. … Continue reading

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