There is wonder in what we can find when we feel the pulse in the practice of traditional Chinese medicine. The information that is there in the pulse to be conveyed, in such an elusive form of conversation between patient and practitioner, is as practical as it is profound.
Each channel has a pulsation, a vibration that implies the status of the channel and it’s network of correspondences. But more essentially, pulse, its rates, rhythms, and dichotomies are the measures of one’s life. Where else in the human form do we find that which measures a person’s past, present, and future than within the pulsations of a person’s life blood? Each pulse speaks of intrinsic questions and the potential nature of each patient.