Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Comedy Moment (03/2012)

[Good humor is a philosophic state of mind; it seems to say to the Nature that we take her no more seriously than she takes us] Bholaji finds himself in dire trouble. His business has gone bust and he’s in … Continue reading

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Qigong Master: My Life and Secret Teachings

[Book Review] Qigong Master: My Life and Secret Teachings by Robert Peng with Rafael Nasser Softcover. 332 pp. $28.00 Rainbow Tree Publishing, New York.  2010 ISBN:  978-0-9828465-9-9 Reviewed by  Salvatore Casano, R.N., Ph.D. This is a beautifully written and illustrated … Continue reading

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Joy in Recalibrating Bio-Energy Fluctuations

Energy Healing Through Science and Spirit Joy in Recalibrating Bio-Energy Fluctuations by Don E. Brown II, MSIS   The need to “recalibrate” is a catch phrase often used by the instructors of the Chi Energy Heals method in relation to … 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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Scientific Qi Exploration (18): Relations Between the Yin (Zhang) Organs

[Scientific Qi Exploration] By Martin Eisen, Ph.D. 1.  Introduction Chinese medicine regards the body as a unified whole. It is not enough to just understand the different functions of individual Organs, but also how they interrelate. Health depends upon the … Continue reading

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Happiness in Your Life – On Changes

by Doe Zantamata When we’re young, everything is new. We’ve tried no foods before. We’ve played no games yet, we’ve made no friends. New things and experiences are a part of our daily lives, and we welcome them with excitement … Continue reading

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Heart Qi: Some Clinical Vignettes – Body Mind Spirit… Heart!

[From the Doctor] by Nadia Linda Hole, M.D. The root of all disease is in the mind, in the emotions –Tae Woo Yoo, OMD, founder KHT Love Love Love – The Beatles Case #1: One day, a young woman came … Continue reading

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TCM Food Therapy for Asthma

[TCM Food Therapy] By Helen H. Hu, OMD Asthma is a disease of diffused airway inflammation caused by a variety of triggering stimuli, resulting in partially or completely reversible bronchi constriction. Symptoms and signs include dyspepsia, chest tightness, coughing, and … 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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Investing in Ourselves

East-West Perspectives Investing in Ourselves by Arthur Rosenfeld One worrisome development among many in the consumptive frenzy of our so-called culture is that our innate desire to improve ourselves has been transformed into a desire to improve our material position. … Continue reading

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