2 days ago I had the honor of working with a woman who shared a brief experience that really touched me. With her permission, I wanted to put it out there into the world. Because it is something I’ve heard before in various ways from many people, but for whatever reaso...

More of Nature is showing herself through the Spring season and energy of the Wood Element. Many people are experiencing major shifts in their life right now… as Nature opens its seeds and pushes through the ground to share it’s newfound glory, as should we! One of the...

December 22, 2008

Jennifer Dubowsky L.Ac, a wonderfully experienced practitioner out of Chicago, does a great job of talking about the esoteric concepts of Yin and Yang:

"The concept of Yin and Yang is said to date back nearly 6,000 years and has been attributed to a philosopher named Fu...

After the harvest, the time of bringing in nourishment and filling our storehouses, Nature continues its decline and starts to let go… into the season of Autumn. The air is cool and crisp accompanied by misty rains falling from the Heavens. The leaves turn from greens…...

August 25, 2008

One definition of a symptom is stated as: A change from normal structure, function, or sensation as would be experienced by the patient and indicative of disease.

This is very interesting. The first thing that stands out to me is, what is considered “normal”? And what i...

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