Category: Oriental Medicine

Superperfect: 64

They all share the superperfect number: 64

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Qi Resonance

  With no human consciousness to reflect themselves in, good and evil simply happen, or rather, there is no good and evil, but only a sequence of neutral events, or what the Buddhists call the Nidhanachain, the uninterrupted causal concatenation

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Old Freinds

Ordinarily, you are under a spell: two, not one. But when you look into your lover’s eyes, you fall into another enchantment: one, not two. You look and look Yet never see her. She whispers a spell: The mirror clears

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The Heart and Stillness

Stillness (स्थिर Sthira) is considered as the key ingredient of all holistic healing modalities, it is often considered as the source of inner work and transformation. Stillness is not about fighting with mind or destroying thoughts or forcing mind to

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Correlativity And Causality

Most Holistic Medicines (Ayurveda, Classical Chinese Medicine, Thai Traditional Medicine, …) requires practitioner to use correlative thinking. In fact, Chinese language did not have word or concept for ’cause-and-effect’, until the arrival of Buddhism (which was after the fall of

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Tao, Tilopa and Yoga Sutra

You are not too old and it is not too late to dive into your increasing depths, where life calmly gives out it’s own secret. ~Rainer Maria Rilke

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Use the Force, Harry.

“In every culture and in every medical tradition before ours, healing was accomplished by moving energy.” ~Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (Nobel Laureate – Medicine, 1937.)” Use the Force, Harry.” ~Captain Gandalf, Commander of The Enterprise.  

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Cherish our innate-nature

“If Ayurveda were a religion Nature would be its Goddess, and overindulgence would be the sole sin She would punish. Ayurveda is meant to allow you to enjoy the pleasures of life up to the point that such enjoyment interferes

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The 17th Miracle!

The 17th miracle from Dr. Oz: Forskolin! It is an extract of an Ayurvedic herbal medicinal: Makandi; Latin name: Coleus Forskohlii. This plant grows in abundance on dry and semi-dry plains of lower Himalaya region. The root has medicinal properties

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Sit and Forget

  In Tang dynasty China (618–907 AD), Buddhist and Daoist ways of realizing ‘luminous emptiness’ were integrated and incorporated into various Mystery schools of Daoism (Twofold Mystery, Highest Clarity).  One of the outcome of this confluence was the Daoist path of

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