Tag: self-cultivation

Understanding Qi and QiGong

We are part of nature and its cycles. If we go against natural cycles sickness results, so it is in our best interest to follow the way of nature. This is the meaning of Tao. This is an excellent video discourse and demonstration overviewing principles of Qi, Tao, Qigong, acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Cultivating understanding […]

The Arts of Internal Cultivation

 TAI CHI  •  MIRCOCOSMIC ORBIT  •  SIX HEALING SOUNDS To understand the Tao, people of antiquity lived lives in accordance with the interplay of Yin and Yang. Eating and acting moderately, they refrained from dissipating strength through unseemly behavior, and thus, conserved Essence and lived out their years. This same timeless path unfolds today. THE SIX […]

Jeffrey Yuen on Self-Cultivation

Interview for NESA Currents Newsletter An Interview with Michael P. Arsenault Posted in exact excerpt from original text   Mike Arsenault: Historically in Chinese Medicine, what part did self-cultivation of the practitioner play in this form of medicine?     Jeffrey Yuen: Well, historically cultivation is the basis, or one of the reasons why one […]

Welcome Spring!

In Chinese medicine we are taught from the perspective of cosmological wholeness. People are understood as integral aspects of nature, the embodiment of the same life force and flow as everything else in the natural order of the universe. From this holistic perspective, the wisdom of Chinese medicine advises that people undertake behaviors befitting the […]

 
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