by Cathy Margolin
Millions of kilos of this herb are sold throughout Asia every year, yet most Americans have never heard of it. It is Astragalus Membranaceous, also know as Huang Qi, and it’s one of the greatest immune boosting, fatigue fighting herbs in the world...
Editor's Note: Here's a nice introduction to Huang Qi, Astragalus, a qi tonic and immune boosting herb in Chinese herbology, commonly used world wide.
by Julianne Victoria
There are many different types of energy work, incorporating a broad range of often ancient techniques. Energy work may be one of the oldest forms of healing and many types of energy work stem from ancient shaman and seer practices from centuries ago...
Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: In this article, Julianne Victoria reviews 5 energy healing practices that include, Reiki, Polarity Therapy, Shiatsu, and Qigong. These methods work to balance, clear, and support the energy flow through the body which allows healing to take place.
Healing 24/7: One of the beauties of AIM is that the participant is healing non-stop, 24/7, while they continue their busy life. A participant selects, through their innate knowing or higher consciousness and as a matter of basic instinct or survival, whatever balancing energies they personally need via their hologram, their energetic footprint - anything unique to them and their consciousness, in this case, their photograph. That hologram is their 24/7 connection to hundreds of thousands of vibrating balancing energies transmitted to metal plates or "trays" via EMC²'s QID data banks on which digital copies of their photo are placed. View the Virtual Tray Tour Video, a 2.5 minute review of the process of doing a life force evaluation on a new participant, using their photo, and the subsequent digitizing of the photo for placing on the AIM trays into which all the balancing vibrations or frequencies are transmitted 24/7, via computer. AIM participants are adults, kids, and pets of all types, all over the world...
Editor´s Note from Nancy Burnett: Leslie Morgan Steiner was in “crazy love” -- that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the dark story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about victims of domestic violence, and explaining how we can all help break the silence. Steiner calls us all to action to help stop abuse for ourselves and others.
by Steve Alpern
Modern Chinese medical theory is based on the zangfu (vital and hollow organs), especially as they generate, distribute, and manage the physical humors that conduct life (qi, blood, ﬂuids).Practitioners learn to differentiate excesses and deﬁciencies of those humors relative to one or more of the zangfu, and formulate treatment strategies that counter those manifest imbalances.Most diagnostic patterns reference zang which contain inﬂuences, rather than fu which conveythem through the individual. The primary channels function as extensions of the zangfu, and are treated with acupuncture or moxa to address their imbalances...
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