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Characters of Wisdom: Taoist Tales of The Acupuncture Points

KAATZ Debra [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9780954916619

The Petite Bergerie Press 2012 3rd Edition

AU $150.00
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 Characters of Wisdom: Taoist Tales of The Acupunct (Characters of Wisdom: Taoist Tales of The Acupuncture Points)

Over 4000 years ago the great Chinese Emperors knew that life was regulated by energy meridians running through the body. Along each of the energy channels were special points that could be stimulated to bring life into balance and harmony. Each of the points was given a very particular name that told a story about how the energy flowed and how it could be used to bring harmony to our lives. Acupuncturists stimulate these points in various ways to bring energy back into balance.

Each of the acupuncture points has a special Chinese character that tells a story about healing our mind, body and spirit. This book elaborates on the Taoist tales of each of these points and their healing energy. It is an inspiring addition to all traditions of acupuncture.

In this revised and updated third edition, Kaatz expands further on the spiritual dimension of the points and their healing qualities. It also clearly introduces the protocols from the Nei Jing and Su Wen of rebalancing the five elements within and there is additional information on using Acutonic crystal gem tipped tuning forks instead of needles.

Reviews:

Kindred Spirit (UK mind,body, spirit journal),
Characters of wisdom is an heirloom of a book that will nourish everyone with the evocative and poetic Taoist tales of the acupuncture points.

Alan Hext, Lecturer in Acupuncture, UK,
Characters of Wisdom takes us further into the therapeutic value and ancient background of the acupuncture points and their natural power to heal. It will deepen any acupuncturists practice of this ancient art.

About the Author
Debra Kaatz lives in rural France in a stone house she build herself that is surrounded by magical gardens. She works as a Chinese Medicine healer, teacher and musician. She is invited to teach in countries around the world.

Harrison Xinshi Tu is a master Chinese calligrapher devoted to his art form. He exhibits internationally in the USA, Japan, Singapore and Europe. He is also a devoted proponent of exchange and mutual understanding between East and West.

245 x 172 mm

575pp

(For this item please quote stock ID 30908)

Related Subject Areas:

Acupuncture      Five Element Acu      Point Location/Names      Tao/Taoism      TCM History     

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