Warming up for Winter

The Chinese believes in striking a balance between yin and yang. In the chills of winter, you need to take care of the yang aspect of your body. Ye Jun shares some pointers. As the coldest winter in the last 28 years pushes the mercury to dip to a low of -15 C in Beijing,…

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Medical qigong therapy and surgery

Author: Johnson Jerry Alan Conference/Journal: 4th World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong Date published: 1998 This article was originally posted by my Qigong schools founding teacher – I thought it worth a repost.. Medical Qigong Therapy is useful for treating patients before, during and after surgery. Qi extension can be used in order to reduce…

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Candida Test

How To Test Yourself For Candida by Christine H. Farlow, D.C. Some healthcare professionals believe that candida infects 89% of the US population. Many Americans don’t realize that candidiasis is caused by the overuse and abuse of antibiotics, steroids, NSAIDs and poor dietary habits. By simply following the standard of healthcare in our society and…

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An Interview with Robert Pirsig

By Tim Adams The Observer, November 19, 2006 Edited by Andy Ross Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance was the biggest-selling philosophy book ever. At 78, Robert Pirsig can look back on many ideas of himself: — The nine-year-old-boy with the off-the-scale IQ of 170 — The young GI in Korea picking up a…

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