Zhang Yanhua’s book, Transforming Emotions with Chinese Medicine, is a genuine mesh of anthropological, contemporary analytic, and Chinese Scholarship. It […]
These are the last two months. Enjoy. https://soundcloud.com/spring-stream-acupuncture/spring-stream-herbal-podcast-horse https://soundcloud.com/spring-stream-acupuncture/spring-stream-acupuncture-herbal-podcast-sheep
Lately, I’ve been doing an herbal podcast, that puts together a classical chinese viewpoint of how herbs were categorized and […]
As mentioned before in the previous blog, harmony of the emotions is essential for health in Chinese Medicine. The paired […]
Life can be rather traumatic. The uncertainties of daily living can be triggers for anxiety, depression, fears, and constant grief. […]
Part One We’ve seen many a movie where the main character goes through a drinking binge or some sort of […]
In questioning how to attain a long life, The Yellow Emperor, is given a series of responses on the lifestyles […]
I am surprised that this thing is still here. I has been quite some time since I have last touched […]
The Life of Pi The immense beauty of this film touched the superficial grandeur of living on this small habitable […]
Mu or Mo points associated with the Zang-fu or visceral organs of the body, are surface points on the yin […]
The three treasures known in Qi gong are Jing, Qi, and Shen. They are stored in the three fields of […]
The way one’s own body is perceived, is a very curious daily experience. We tend to hold our bodies in […]
Ear Acupuncture: A Tool for Recovery > Psychiatry | Yale School of Medicine.
Next Door is a nice little gem tucked away in the borders of Lakeview, and Lincoln Park. It is a […]
http://www.bluepoppy.com/blog/blogs/blog1.php/should-herbs-be-taken-with Eric Brand gives a guide line when to take herbs.