Chopsticks Acupuncture

Chopsticks Acupuncture Author Shmuel Halevi
ISBN-10 9781553956105
Release 2002-03-01
Pages 295
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Chopsticks Acupuncture is the ultimate self-treatment technique. It makes use of acupuncture, probably the most sophisticated medical system ever invented, in a way that has never been tried before. In this book, Shmuel Halevi details a comprehensive self-treatment program, for many disease syndromes, ranging from simple backache to heart conditions. There are many acupuncture-profession inner-chamber secrets too in this book, being exposed to the public. The knowledge of how to invert your fetus position in case of a "breech" mal-position, or how to resuscitate from drowning or syncope, and more. All these are being brought forward to the wide public in a detailed, illustrated format, that can turn every reader into an efficient self-healer. Dr. Halevi is a well known Chinese medicine expert. His articles for professional acupuncture practitioners, have been published in the past 20 years both on the internet as well as high leading acupuncture magazines. He is reputed for his unique medical approach, and for his outstanding innovations in the practice of acupuncture. His innovation on acupuncture eye treatments by snail-shell-moxibustion, for instance (http://www.acumedico.com/eye1/html), or his special technique of fire-needling acupuncture (http://www.acumedico.com/female.html), are being used today by many acupuncturists throughout the world. Also Chopsticks Acupuncture is a unique contribution to the field, invented by Shmuel Halevi. This time though, the development of this technique is aimed at the wide public, rather than the professional circles. By this method, people are given an amazingly effective tool, enabling them to take care, by themselves, of many painful syndromes, as well as other functional disorders. The system makes use of the most effective acupuncture points, manipulating them powerfully to a degree of effectiveness surpassing by large other existing forms of acu-pressure. The method is very easy to master, no prior medical education is required, and the results, at least for painful syndromes, are usually immediate. At the beginning of his book, Shmuel presents a few explanatory chapters about Chinese medicine. These introductory chapters acquaint the reader with the history and development of acupuncture, and with the basics of Chinese medical philosophy and physiology. This knowledge is brought forward in simple language, for the benefit of the interested lay person. Still, it encompasses (in short) most of the basic concepts and terminology of Chinese medicine, necessary for the lay-reader to take a full advantage of this practical book. The main body of the book is organized in anatomically ordered chapters. Head and senses disorders, upper limbs, trunk and internal organs, lower limbs and systemic and general health problems. Every disease syndrome has an introductory section, explaining the disorder in terms of Chinese medicine energetic concepts. Then a prescription of acu-points for treatment is suggested, to be used with the Chopsticks stimulation. Every acu-point is summarized for the sake of general knowledge, as well as for its appropriate utilization by the Chopsticks Acupuncture technique. The points are fully illustrated, showing their exact anatomical locations, as well as their proper handling with the stick stimulation. This book is undoubtedly a must-have for people who wish and are able to take full responsibility for their health and well-being. It is also a jewel for those interested in acupuncture and Chinese medicine, as a general predilection. And, above all... it will teach you how to resolve your lumbago problem in such a short time that will cause your G.P. puzzlement and disbelief... For More Information, Click Here



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ISBN-10 9780968632383
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Vibrational Energy Healing

Vibrational Energy Healing Author William R Ellis
ISBN-10 9780968632376
Release 2008
Pages 272
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Chinese Whispers Author Jan Wong
ISBN-10 9781848875517
Release 2012-08-01
Pages 300
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In 1972, Jan Wong became one of only two Westerners admitted to Beijing University at the height of the Cultural Revolution. One day, a student, Yin Luoyi, sought Jan's assistance in going to the United States. Wong, then a starry-eyed Maoist, reported Yin to the authorities. Yin promptly disappeared. Now, thirty-three years later, Wong returns to Beijing to search for the woman who has haunted her conscience. She hopes to apologise, perhaps somehow to try to make amends. At the very least, she wants to find out whether Yin has survived. Preoccupied by the past, fascinated by China's present and future, Jan Wong searches out old friends, foes and comrades in this half-familiar city, finally uncovering the truth about the woman she wronged. Chinese Whispers tells a unique and unforgettable story of communism and capitalism, of guilt and atonement, of remembering and forgetting.



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Japanese Acupuncture 101 Author Carl Wagner
ISBN-10 9781453575116
Release 2011-03-11
Pages 122
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Carl Wagner, DOM, Dipl.Ac. He started his education in Oriental Medicine at the age of forty-six and received his master of Oriental medicine degree from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in 1994. He completed his National Boards and became licensed in New Mexico the same year. Concurrent with his last two years in school, Dr. Wagner apprenticed in the Kototama style, working daily in his teacher's clinic. Since his graduation over sixteen years ago, Carl has devoted himself to the study of Japanese Acupuncture. He trained in the Toyo Hari method with Koei Kurahara in 1999 and has been training with Masakasu Ikeda since 2002. He has studied with various other teachers including Shudo Denmei, Jake Fratkin, Miki Shima, Nigel Dawes, Stephen Brown, and Peter and Akiko Thompson. Dr. Wagner has twice attended the Annual Meridian Therapy Summer Seminar in Tokyo, Japan, and was a member of the first group of foreign students to attend in its forty-nine-year history. This annual event presents many of the most outstanding Meridian Therapy practitioners of Japan.



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Acupuncture Medicine Author Yoshiaki Omura
ISBN-10 0486428508
Release 2003
Pages 287
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Starting with historical background, including the origins and meanings of concepts essential to the practice of acupuncture, the text proceeds to a discussion of the anatomical and pathophysiological concepts of Oriental medicine, concluding with a detailed review of diagnostic methods. A practical guid for lay practitioners as well as healthcare professionals. 114 black-and-white illustrations.



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ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105016969466
Release 1995
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Ancient China

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ISBN-10 9781629692999
Release 2015-01-01
Pages 112
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The legacy of past civilizations is still with us today. In Ancient China, readers discover the history and impressive accomplishments of the people of ancient China, including their technological wonders and feats of construction. Engaging text provides details on the civilization's history, development, daily life, culture, art, technology, warfare, social organization, and more. Well-chosen maps and images of artifacts bring the past to life. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Essential Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing.



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Clinical acupuncture Author Katsusuke Serizawa
ISBN-10 UOM:39015014491347
Release 1988
Pages 231
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Minerva

Minerva Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105017120143
Release 1997
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Essentials of Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturists  Clinical Experiences Author Youbang Chen
ISBN-10 0835122670
Release 1989
Pages 639
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Ancient China Author Kathleen W. Deady
ISBN-10 9781429668293
Release 2011-07-01
Pages 32
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Fourth Uncle in the Mountain Author Marjorie Pivar
ISBN-10 9781466800991
Release 2006-10-03
Pages 368
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Set during the French and American wars, Fourth Uncle in the Mountain is a true story about an orphan, Quang Van Nguyen, who is adopted by a sixty-four year old monk, Thau, who carries great responsibility for his people as a barefoot doctor. Thau manages, against all odds to raise his son to follow in his footsteps and in doing so, saves his son, as well as a part of Vietnam's esoteric knowledge from the Vietnam holocaust. Thau is wanted by the French regime, and occasionally must flee into the jungle, where he is perfectly at home living among the animals. Thau is not the average monk; he practices an ancient lineage of Chinese medicine and uses magic to protect animals and help people. As wise and resourceful as Thau is, he meets his match in his mischievous son. Quang is more interested in learning Cambodian sorcery and martial arts than in developing his skills and wisdom according to his father's plan. Fourth Uncle in the Mountain is an odyssey of a single-father folk hero and his foundling son in a land ravaged by the atrocities of war. It is a classic story, complete with humor, tragedy, and insight from a country where ghosts and magic are real.



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Travel guide to the People s Republic of China Author Ruth Lor Malloy
ISBN-10 068808690X
Release 1980-01-01
Pages 366
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Ethnic information sources of the United States

Ethnic information sources of the United States Author Paul Wasserman
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106020399421
Release 1983
Pages 1380
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ISBN-10 975160771X
Release 1995
Pages 484
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The Church Under the Cross

The Church Under the Cross Author Wendell P. Karsen
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105215518254
Release 2010-06-15
Pages 434
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Wendell Karsen's missionary memoir provides an eyewitness, behind-the-scenes account of Christian witness for civil and religious rights in Taiwan and Hong Kong and for Christian presence through decades of militant Communist atheism in China. The intertwining of personal reflection with historical, cultural, and religious developments provides not only fascinating insight into the joys and dangers of missionary life during the era of the Cold War, but also a new perspective on the challenges facing churches in Asia today. Eugene P. Heideman (Reformed Church in America)