For the past 9 years or so I have been a student of zen, chinese medicine, and martial arts. In regards to martial arts, I have always been more drawn to what would be called “external” martial arts and have a greater emphasis on the more martial/self-defense aspects o...

September 3, 2009

One of the aspects of the Spleen meridian is all about “movement”. It distributes the raw Qi broken cultivated by the Stomach to every corner of our body, mind, spirit… allowing us to really integrate our experiences. This is a great time of year to get something done...

Each meridian has a two-hour window of time throughout the day where our Qi is flowing the strongest through it. Our Earth meridians, Stomach and Spleen, are from 7-9am and 9-11am. If you want to truly nourish and strengthen the Earth within you, all…ow yourself a mind...

At the time of conception, there is a finite amount of this ancestral qi that gets passed down from one generation to the next… the seed of life. It is rich, super-concentrated, and powerful, but it is also precious, and should be expended mindfully… for once its used,...

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...

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