Zang/Fu and The Officials III — Xue and Qi — 2.5 CEU's
The Basic Substances: Xue and Qi
Marrying Chapter 8 of the Nei Jing Su Wen with the details of Zang/Fu theory is the essence of this course series. Part Three is the continuation of a thorough discussion of The Substances, highlighting Xue and Qi. When Yin/Yang, Wu Hsing and The Substances are seen in light of their mutually interdependent existence, each aspect reveals more about the other. This enables greater facility with clinical discrimination and critical thinking.
This course represents the core of Jack M. Daniel’s vision of the congruence of Yin/Yang and the Wu Hsing. Yin/Yang and Wu Hsing (The Five Elements) arise simultaneously in a common source. As such, they never are, nor should they have been, separated or divided from one another. These siblings, seemingly separated in recent years, have been reunited at last. Come join us as we penetrate to the heart of Jack’s detailed discourse on the essence of whole-person Chinese medicine.
The objective for this course is to become deeply familiar with the intimate relationship between the functions of The Officials, the generation and economy of Qi and the other Substances and the theory of the Zang/Fu. Part Three focuses mainly on the Substances of Xue and Qi.
This is what some of our students had to say about this course:
I am truly grateful to you for your explanation of (emotional) trauma and its effects. I found the whole session to be informative. I love all that you add to the information. Thank you for sharing your perspectives and knowledge.
This section greatly illuminated many of the patterns for current patients of mine in private practice, especially those experiencing emotional symptoms and those who have experienced severe emotional trauma. It definitely gave me confidence in giving their treatments a more rooted direction.