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Your Yin Yang Body Type: The Korean Tradition of Sasang Medicine

June 15, 2015

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Your Yin Yang Body Type: The Korean Tradition of Sasang Medicine by Gary Wagman, Ph.D., L.Ac. — Deeply rooted in the classics of Oriental medicine, the ancient Korean art of Sasang medicine explains how we each are born with a specific body “type” that establishes our physical and emotional strengths and weaknesses. These traits have […]

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From ego to wholeness

December 8, 2014

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From ego to wholeness by Nancy Murbach —  Our minds are full of feelings and emotions that surround our negative and positive thoughts. When a positive thought clashes with a negative thought, think about jump-starting a car. We put the positive and negative cables on the dead battery and then do the same on the […]

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Good feng shui begins at your front door

June 30, 2013

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by Joy Abrams —  The art of feng shui brings together a wonderful mix of good interior design, the Chinese five element theory, Taoist principles of yin and yang based on the I-Ching and ancient folk wisdom from China. At its very core is the belief that all things on the planet are imbued with […]

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Classical feng shui and Western feng shui — A world of difference

April 19, 2013

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by Denise A. Liotta-Dennis —  Feng shui, introduced to America about 28 years ago, continues to be well-loved; there are more than 1,000 books on the subject, worldwide. However, even many of those who are well-read on the subject are unaware that there are different types of feng shui. There is the authentic, classical and […]

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Yin and yang, quartz and lungs

December 6, 2012

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by Isabelle Morton —  All life is connected, sometimes in mysterious ways. Let us take a look at the fascinating relationship between yin and yang, and the mineral quartz and the lungs. If you have a respiratory condition, knowing their associations can be helpful. The Earth’s most abundant mineral is quartz, which embodies the principles […]

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Nourishing health by harmonizing yin and yang

September 8, 2012

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by Don Matesz —  Have you noticed that we can divide every aspect of experience into simple opposites: hot/cold, inside/outside, male/female, dry/wet, rough/smooth, peak/valley and so on? These represent the complementary, ever-present forces of yin and yang. Oriental medicine identifies yin-yang imbalances, and uses modalities like nutrition, herbal medicine and acupuncture to harmonize these forces. […]

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