History, Sociology & Classics
This major Daoist text examines the origins of life and the integral place of human beings within the cosmos
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Raising the Dead and Returning Life: Emergency Medicine of the Qīng Dynasty is essentially a first aid manual based on the practices of the common people of Southern China during the mid-nineteenth century.
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A linguistically accurate, succinct list of the key statements of fact in TCM in English and pinyin with Chinese characters.
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The Zhēn Jīu Zī Shēng Jīng (The Classic of Supporting Life with Acupuncture and Moxibustion) by Wáng Zhízhòng as translated by Yue Lu (with editing by Lorraine Wilcox) is an absolutely phenomenal resource for the clinical use of acupuncture and moxibustion.
Within Chinese medicine the heart is presented as having a double aspect – two functions, two energetic qualities, two meridians. Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée explores this double aspect of the heart – the heart/mind that regulates emotions and acts as the dwelling place of the spirits, and the heart as governor of blood and the circulatory system – the system which connects and protects.
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