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Mind-Body Medicine Research Update

(November 2011) Mind-Body Medicine Research Update   Tai chi exercise for treatment of pain and disability in people with persistent low back pain: A randomized controlled trial .  Athritis Care Res. 2011 Nov;63(11):1576-83. by Hall AM, Maher CG, Lam P, … Continue reading

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Method of Self Healing

Healing and Transformation by Martin Brofman, Ph.D.   Every symptom has a certain way of being with which it is associated. In order to release a symptom, one must release the way of being associated with it. Thus, the process … Continue reading

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Chinese Bigu (避谷) for Yang Sheng

Chinese Bigu (避谷) for Yang Sheng by  Martin Eisen, Ph.D. What is Bigu? In Chinese “Bi” means to stop or avoid, and “Gu” means grain, including rice, corn or wheat. Therefore, Bigu means to avoid grain or stop eating. One … Continue reading

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Some Like It Hot, Others Do Not

Some Like It Hot, Others Do Not by  Yuan Wang, OMD, Warren Sheir and Mika Ono “If there’s too much heat, cool it. If there’s too much cold, heat it. If there’s too much fullness, empty it. If there’s too … Continue reading

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Mind Matters: The Role of Intent in Healing

From the Master Mind Matters: The Role of Intent in Healing by ©Kenneth S. Cohen An abridged version of this article was printed in Bridges. (Journal of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine) 10:3, … Continue reading

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Qi Cultivation and Dao

Healing Chronic Health Conditions Guan-Cheng Sun, Ph.D. and Jill Gonet, M.F.A.  Today, the nation’s greatest contemporary health challenge is chronic illness. While modern medicine and public health have dramatically improved our ability to survive acute threats like heart attacks and … Continue reading

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