Category Archives: Acupuncture, Herbs & Other modalities


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Structure, Function, and Information Transfer: Chinese Medicine through the Eyes of Stuctural Integration

Author’s Note: What I’m about to present to you is my honest, educated opinion, informed by years of study and clinical practice. I am not an academic researcher, nor an accomplished master. Still, the ideas presented below have deepened and broadened my practice so profoundly, that I feel I would be remiss in not sharing […]

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Book Review: Li Shizhen’s Exposition on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels (Chace and Shima)

Reading Chinese medical classics is always a mixed bag. Premodern Chinese medicine writing does not conform to our modern Western ideas about how information should be presented, and frequently there is a sense of complete disorganization about the material. In my experience, the more ancient the text, the more this is the case. Back when […]

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