Posts Tagged ‘ Chinese medicine ’

A Fast Four Hours

September 21, 2009
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A Fast Four Hours

September 20, 2009: Santa Cruz, California: A wide range of people and training came together to spend a few hours learning a very special approach to the practice of Qigong.

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Interview: Narrye Caldwell L.Ac.

September 5, 2009
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Interview: Narrye Caldwell L.Ac.

Our whole site is built around the ancient Qigong method known as Blossoms in the Spring. We asked the co-author of the new book on Blossoms to share her experiences as an acupuncturist, her insights into Qigong and her view of medicine, East and West. HARMONY: Is there anything you might like to say...

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What Happened to Chinese Medicine?

August 27, 2009
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What Happened to Chinese Medicine?

Is Chinese Medicine still what it purports to be or has it become something else?

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The Most Radical Health Program

August 25, 2009
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The Most Radical Health Program

No one should feel bad that the Chinese did it first. After all, they’ve had 5000 years to noodle with these things. But before we go on we have to take a simple test. If you still believe that the quality and kind of health care we have is dependent only on the attempt...

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Entelechy

August 20, 2009
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Entelechy

A meditation on life purpose.

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No Practice

August 19, 2009
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No Practice

A Chinese pug may have one of the key answers...

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Baskin Robbins 3000

August 18, 2009
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Baskin Robbins 3000

The Chinese government has estimated that somewhere around three thousand (yes, 3000) forms of Qigong still exist in China. It’s true they may be disappearing faster than the rain forest but, as of now, there is still a great inheritance. Martial arts fans of Kung Fu may know that Kung Fu used to boast...

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A Free World Inside

August 17, 2009
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A Free World Inside

Over fifty million people practice it now.

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