I Ching: throwing coins to follow your path

Not quite Hansel and Gretel but almost…  The I Ching [Yi (E) Jing] is also known as the Book of Changes. It is likely written in 2000-3000 BC and is one of the bases for Daoism. I find it a wonderful help in guiding me through some of life’s questions. It is meant to assist


These are some papers I have written during my graduate studies at World Medicine Institute. I am including them for your educational pleasure: Atherosclerosis: The link between sugar, stress, high cholesterol, and the formation of atheromas (plaques). Androgenetic Alopecia: Exploring causes and psychological effects of pattern-baldness with a Western and Chinese Medicine approach.

Four Pillars of Health

            Four pillars of health In Chinese Medicine there are four pillars of health. A good practitioner will start from top and work down, guiding the body to heal itself. Chinese Medicine is all natural, using your body’s immune system to help heal itself. There are no side effects or

More on the Eight Spiritual (Extraordinary) Meridians

More on the Eight Spiritual (Extraordinary) Meridians.  I love the spiritual (extraordinary) meridians, and I have been introduced to some great resources. –This is a wonderful PDF excerpt from a conversation with Jeffrey Yuen, world reknowned Chinese Medicine practitioner and educator: Jeffrey Yuen discusses eight Extraordinary Spiritual Meridians —Article of how the ying qi cycle is used

The 12 Main Meridians

Chinese Medicine  is based on an intricate system of meridians. These meridians are similar to energy highways or rivers flowing throughout our body. There are 12 main meridians and eight extraordinary/spiritual meridians. The eight extraordinary meridians are spoken about here.     The 12 main meridians are: Lung Large Intestine Stomach Spleen Heart Small Intestine