INTEGRATIVE CHI KUNG RECOMMENDED BOOKS
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Integrative Chi Kung eBook English Edition
This book is genuinely eye-opening. It is an advanced comprehensive text focusing on the integration of Traditional Chinese, Ayurvedic, Tibetan and Current Western Science energy management models. It is highly useful to add to the more advanced library of complementary medicine.
Provides a complete detailed analysis of the components of Chi Kung that can be applied to everyday practice. His approach provides extra information needed to treat an energy imbalance, rather than symptoms alone. The author combines the things we learn, the way we interpret the world, and the make-up we bring to it, is practical and applicable.
There are other books out there, but few that have an easy to read format for both students and patients. This is a must read for anyone who desires to learn and understand the core of energy management. This book is an essential component to mastering Chi Kung.
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The 5 Biological Laws and Dr. Hamer's New Medicine by Andrea Taddei
The Germanic New Medicine® discovered by Dr.Ryke Geerd Hamer and systematized in the 5 Biological Laws represents a change in the understanding of what is commonly called a disease. The Germanic New Medicine is not a new method of treatment but the understanding of natural laws applicable to humans and animals.
German New Medicine (GNM), developed by Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, M.D., operates under the premise that every disease, including cancer, originates from an unexpected shock experience.
The discovery came after Dr. Hamer, the former head internist in the oncology clinic at the University of Munich, Germany, lost his son in an unexpected tragedy, then developed testicular cancer. The diagnosis led him to study the connection between stressful events and disease by investigating the histories of his cancer patients.
He found that, like himself, every one of his patients had gone through a very stressful episode prior to developing cancer, and, upon investigating other diseases found that every disease is controlled from its own specific area in the brain and linked to a very particular, identifiable, "conflict shock."
GNM is based of five biological laws that apply scientifically to each and every case of disease. They include:
Further, Dr. Hamer believes that a person cannot die of cancer in and of itself.
If someone dies during the conflict-active phase of disease, he says, it's because of energy loss, weight loss, sleep deprivation, and emotional and mental exhaustion. The stress of receiving a cancer diagnosis, or being given a negative prognosis, is often enough to deprive a person of their life-force. Conventional cancer treatments only accelerate the downward spiral.
While trying to publicize his findings, Dr. Hamer has been persecuted and harassed by German and French authorities. He is now living in exile in Spain where he is continuing his fight for official recognition of GNM
Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis by James L. Oschman
This book, written by a well-known scientist with a background in biophysics and biology brings together evidence from a range of disciplines to provide an acceptable explanation for the energetic exchanges that take place in all therapies. It addresses a growing interest in the field of mind-body medicine and the role of natural "energy forces" within the body in maintaining normal health and wellbeing. This in turn has lead to interest in how these energies or forces may be channelled to assist in healing and the restoration of normal health.
From the Publisher Energy Medicine provides an exciting and challenging read for anyone who may be interested in or curious about the therapeutic aspects of energy. It provides a stimulus to discussion among both the sceptics and those who are already convinced of the healing potential of body energy.
About the Author James L Oschman, PhD, Previously Postdoctoral Fellow, Neurobiology Lab, VA Hospital, Pittsburgh; Visiting Scientist, Dept of Zoology, Cambridge University, UK; Postdoctoral Fellow, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; Postdoctoral Fellow Inst of Biological Chemistry, University of Copenhagen; Asst Prof of Biological Sciences and Director of Electron Microscope Lab, Northwestern University, Illinois; faculty member and lecturer in anatomy and physiology at Rolf Institute, Boulder, Colorado; served as Director, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Acting President and member of Faculty at New England School of Acupuncture.
Energy Medicine in Therapeutics and Human Performance by James L. Oschman
Focusing on the wealth of information emerging in the area of energy medicine, this unique resource explores mechanisms by which mind and body processes influence the body's healing and performance potential. Content draws on an extraordinary range of sources to explore theories of human energy - from physiology and biophysics, to examples drawn from the realms of "spontaneous healing," cutting-edge athletic and artistic performance, the martial arts, and various contemplative and spiritual practices. Providing new insights and theoretical models, it offers ways to apply these concepts directly, practically, and clinically.
Provides an understanding of the nature of energy medicine by exploring science and common experience
Theories of the Chakras: Insights into Our Subtle Energy System by Hiroshi Motoyama
It is an outstanding book from both the scientific and spiritual points of view. the chakras and other components of the human energy field were largely brought to the attention of the western world by claivoyant Charles Leadbeater.
His pioneering work is discussed in detail in this fascinating exploration of the subtle body along with that of other respected seers and yogis.
Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama, a well-known Japanese scholar, was born in Japan in 1925. Dr. Motoyama graduated from the Tokyo University of Literature and Science with Ph.D. degrees in Philosophy and Physiological Psychology, and was awarded a prestigious prize for his work in the comparative study of Eastern and Western mysticism.
Dr. Motoyama is both a scientist trained in empirical methodology and a psychic who has experientially gained deep philosophical knowledge. He is the head Shinto priest of the Tamamitsu Shrine in Tokyo, and a yogi well-versed in the yoga treatises. His scientific endeavors resulted in the establishment of the Institue for Religious Psychology, a research facility (1960), and the International Association for Religion and Parapsychology, an international organization whose members are not only composed of scientists in theses and related fields, but are from diverse professions (1972). For the purpose of specialized research in the field of life physics, the Motoyama Institute for Life Physics was established in 1990. Dr. Motoyama is the author of over 50 books (Japanese and other languages) and numerous monographs and papers, and has traveled widely throughout the world, participating in conferences and workshops, and presenting his work.
The Medical I Ching: Oracle of the Healer Within by Miki Shima
I firmly believe that this volume is the first of its kind in the West and will further the understanding of this ancient book of wisdom. I have no problem in recommending Dr. Shima's work on the I Ching to anyone interested in practicing medicine, Western or Oriental.
For the first time in English, Dr. Miki Shima has synthesized the age old wisdom of the I Ching and the vast body of Chinese Medicine. I strongly recommend this exciting, original work.
As a professional practitioner of Chinese medicine, I and my many patients have found this book invaluable for helping to clarify otherwise hazy situations. The I Ching needs to be interpreted no matter what use it is put to. So you have to contemplate the hexagrams and moving lines from several points of view: trigrams, yin and yang lines, map of the body, image, and commentary. For me, this book provides a new and different starting place to think about my patients' problems. It is not a simple cook book for "looking up" precise medical diagnoses and what to do for them.
Medical Chi Kung Exercise Prescriptions (Paperback) by Suzanne Friedman
Medical Chi Kung is one of the four main branches of Chinese medicine, and it is the energetic foundation upon which the others (acupuncture, herbal medicine, and medical massage) are based. Medical Chi Kung and tai chi exercises are becoming more popular, but there are few books that discuss how they can be used to help address specific disorders. This book is the first medical Chi Kung book that does not simply introduce a set of exercises that are a part of a general Chi Kung routine. Rather, the exercises provided are those prescribed to patients at Chi Kung hospitals in China.
Medical Chi Kung doctors and Chinese medicine hospitals have used these exercises for hundreds of years and yet they are relatively unknown in this country. The first half of the book introduces medical Chi Kung theory from a modern Western scientific perspective as well as from the traditional Daoist and Chinese medicine perspectives, so that the reader will understand why and how medical Chi Kung exercises work. The second half is practical exercises for self-healing. The book introduces guidelines for selecting appropriate exercises, and then the exercises themselves. There are general tonification (strengthening), purgation (sedating), and regulation exercises for health maintenance, followed by sections on specific organ and health disorders. This book targets health care practitioners as well as "patients," meaning anyone interested in taking an active role in the healing process.
The Yijing Medical Chi Kung System (Hardcover) by Suzanne Friedman
Yijing (I-Ching) theory is the foundation of Daoism and Chinese medicine, and this book explores the deep roots that they both share. Daoism and Chinese medicine both view the human body as a microcosm of the universe around us; what is happening outside affects us inside. Medical Chi Kung is based on the premise that we can energetically affect something outside based on our intention inside. Much of medical Chi Kung, one of the main branches of Chinese medicine, originates from the practices of Daoist shamanic healers. This book introduces a Chinese medicine healing system based on the principles of the Yijing that serve as the foundation of medical Chi Kung and Daoist spiritual practices.
The Yijing Medical Chi Kung System is a compilation of self-healing exercises and qi emission therapeutic treatment techniques based on Daoist medical Chi Kung and Yijing theories. This system's approach is unique in that it focuses on the meanings of the trigrams rather than the hexagrams of the Yijing. The eight trigrams are used in innovative ways for healing the body, mind, and spirit. The Yijing Medical Chi Kung System is based on the premise that the Yijing theory that infuses Chinese medicine and Daoism is just as relevant today for healing and spiritual guidance it was three thousand years ago.
The Healing Art of Qi Gong: Ancient Wisdom from a Modern Master by Hong Liu
A Chinese Chi Kung expert joins a bestselling writer to bring a powerful, ancient healing art to a Western audience. Trained at the most prestigious hospitals in China and at the mountain cave home of a Chi Kung master, Master Liu is the first person to fully integrate extensive apprenticeships in both Eastern and Western medicine. Now, with this ground-breaking book, he tells his extraordinary story, and shares the energizing, health-enhancing therapies that have been used in China for over three thousand years with near-miraculous results.
This is different from most of all other Chi Kung books. In addition to the Chi Kung exercises, it also gives an detailed experience of what Mr. Hong Liu has to go through to become a Chi Kung master.
Chinese Medical Chi Kung Therapy by Professor Jerry Alan Johnson
This unique and innovative Institute is attracting interest from Energetic Healers, Acupuncturists, Allopathic Doctors, Psychotherapists, Chiropractors, Naturopathic Doctors, Physical Therapists, and potential Medical Chi Kung students from all around the world.
Founded in 1985 by Professor Jerry Alan Johnson, the International Institute of Medical Chi Kung (IIMQ) has been educating Westerners in Chinese energetic medicine for over 20 years. The IIMQ currently has branches in 8 countries and 13 states.
The information contained within the Chinese Medical Chi Kung Therapy textbooks are composed of both modern and ancient knowledge, graphics, and expanded techniques, guaranteed to fascinate and intrigue the reader. Never before in the history of Chinese Medicine has a textbook series been made available to the public that includes such comprehensive and thorough understandings on ancient Chinese energetic healing techniques.
Written by an internationally recognized Grand Master of Martial, Medical, and Spiritual Chi Kung training, this five textbook series (often referred to as the "Medical Chi Kung Encyclopedia") provides the first complete explanation of ancient Chinese esoteric theory that has for centuries eluded and confounded the West.
Nourishing Destiny: The Inner Tradition of Chinese Medicine – Lonny S. Jarrett
Nourishing Destiny has become a classic text in the field of Chinese Medicine... Nourishing Destiny examines Chinese medicine as a science pertaining to the evolution of consciousness.
Equating health with open awareness and illness with habitual functioning, Lonny Jareertt examines the Chinese notion of destiny as it applies to the practice of acupuncture and herbal medicine. The text is grounded in the Classics and extends their view into the treatment room today.
The Unobservable Universe: A Paradox-Free Framework for Understanding the Universe by Scott Tyson
The beauty and uniqueness of the book is that is represents a perfect marriage of scientific thought and lyrical prose. It is a remarkable contribution to humanity, which is ready for a shift in scientific philosophy. ~Catherine J. Rourke, Editor911
I found it to be the most entertaining and enjoyable physics book in sixty years... An entirely new picture emerges from [Tyson's] thoughtful reasoning and bold imagination. Read it! ~Alan Chodorow, PhD
... Fascinating, thought-provoking, mind-blowing, and controversial, but it does offer a coherent explanation for observed phenomena and provides a path to the holy grail of physics, The Theory of Everything... ~Jonathan DuHamel, tucsoncitizen.com
...Tyson has written a fascinating new cosmology book... This book is more than just space science--it's a sweeping look at how we think about ourselves and the cosmos. ~Lou Varricchio, Managing Editor, New Market Press
Product Description Were ancient Greek philosophers right about reality being only an illusion? What was really the biggest blunder of Einstein's life? Is everything we've been taught about the universe incorrect? In The Unobservable Universe, visionary scientist and engineer Scott M. Tyson successfully unravels cosmology from the level of rocket science and brings it down to Earth, demystifying the universe in terms that laymen can comprehend and enjoy, splitting atoms but not hairs on this magical mystery tour of the outback of time and space.
Tapping nearly three millennia of scientific philosophy and drawing upon his three decades as a prolific researcher, brilliant scientist and inspiring writer, Tyson artfully deconstructs key misunderstandings that modern science inadvertently continues to embrace − unraveling the inconsistencies and paradoxes emerging from contemporary science and science philosophy, dissecting complex principles and debunking long-held premises with illustrative examples to expose vital new insights. His provocative theories, supported with pragmatic anecdotes and symbolic metaphors, translate quantum physics into a master blueprint for all cosmology readers to examine, explore and contemplate.
Tyson effectively illustrates the meaning of perceptions in a way that will prompt scientists to fundamentally rethink preconceived notions and consider new possibilities. He guides readers in a bold, new direction that provides a coherent framework in which they can truly understand the universe and the underlying Theory of Everything. Informative and illuminating, this groundbreaking book's lively style provides an enlightening and entertaining page-turner, laced with a brilliant combination of compelling theory, solid research, simple analogy, contagious enthusiasm and enough humor to break a smile on the faces of even the most serious cosmologists. Tyson propels readers toward a new state of thinking, with a greater awareness and understanding of the mysteries of the universe that more accurately reflects its truths and realities. As a benchmark for cosmology, The Unobservable Universe will forever change the way we look at our world.
Trail Guide to the Body: How to Locate Muscles, Bones and More 5th Edition by Andrew Biel
Before you can assess or treat a muscle, you first must be able to locate it. This acclaimed book delivers beautifully illustrated information for learning palpation and the musculoskeletal system. It makes mastering the essential manual therapy skills interesting, memorable and easy. With 504 pages and 1,400 illustrations covering more than 162 muscles, 206 bones, 33 ligaments and 110 bony landmarks, this text provides an invaluable map of the body.
This new edition includes an extensive 56-page appendix that describes the common trigger point locations and pain patterns of 100 muscles.
Trail Guide to the Body is a highly recommended textbook for the state licensing tests administered by both the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) and the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB) and is one of only five books on their official examination reference lists. In addition, the Board of Certification program for athletic trainers in the U.S. uses our high-quality Trail Guide to the Body illustrations in their various products, including exams.
Whether you are a massage therapist, physical therapist, sports trainer or student in any bodywork modality, Trail Guide to the Body is for you!
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Anatomia Para El Movimiento I (Spanish Edition)– Blandine Calais-Germanin