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Explore the development of human consciousness through the classical Chinese literature.
This book describes the fundamental principles of TCM, including yin and yang, five elements, zang fu organs, qi, and the meriidians and collaterals of the body. Explaining the principles, treatment and prevent ill-health and disease.
The author continues to inspire us by providing sound clinical information that can be used in practice. Read the complete contents of the book to understand why this work must be read by practitioners and students alike.
Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee explores the double aspect of the heart- the heart/mind that regulates emotions and acts as the dwelling place of the spirits, and the heart as governor of blood and the circulatory system which connects and protects.
Insight into the eight extraordinary meridians is well presented by the authors through their study of the Neijing and Nanjing. This book presents a full examination of the eight extraordinary meridians from the texts of the Neijing (The Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic), the Nanjing (The Classic of Difficult Issues), and their commentaries. The first section gives an overview of the eight as showing the basic interaction of yin and yang within the body, as providing the foundation for the movement of qi and as being the underlying framework for the main meridian system. Classical descriptions of points and pathways are explored in depth.
Fundamental and indispensable book for anyone interested in these elements. Each element is explored and well presented by the author's insights.
This books is based on the Suwen chapter 1, with its full exposition of the seven year cycles of the girl and woman as she commences menstruation, reaches the fullness of her fertility and then moves in menopause.
The authors turn their attention to the six extraordinary fu, which are connected with the configuration of a network of essences during the formation of the body. A valuable addition to the series.
Five elements in acupuncture A4 size laminated chart is a useful quick reference to the acupuncture clock and related meridians and organs in chinese medicine.
This is a beautifully presented guide to the practice of five element acupuncture. Nora's clear & unique approach covers many topics - from primary diagnosis to treatment.
This book presents the central position of the heart in Lingshu-chapter 8..
This book presents a close study of the paired zangfu of the heart master and triple heater. - Transcribed and editied from aseminar given in London by Claude Larre and Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee in 1986.
Jing Shen is the title of the seventh chapter of the Huainanzia major Daoist text of the early Chinese Han dynasty. It examines the origins of life and the intergral place of the human beings within the cosmos.
This is a book that deserves its place on any practitioner’s shelf, a book which reaches out to our souls. In this book, Nora Franglen offers us rich insights into how to practice Five Elements acupuncture. As in her earlier books, she writes with great passion about the philosophy that has guided her life for over 20 years.
This book presents the study of the kidneys in this classics series.A brief summary of kidney pathology with principle causes of disease, symptoms and patterns of disharmony is given, as well as an index of all Chinese characters and main concepts.
This book presents the liver and gall bladder from the Suwen and Lingshu chapters. -