Macrobiotics and Oriental Medicine: An Introduction to Holistic Health
Kushi and Jannetta provide a complete introduction to the techniques and theories behind the Oriental healing arts, the crux of the holistic health movement. 55 figures; 18 tables.
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Principles of Traditional and Oriental Medicine
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abdominal active active energy acupuncture application approach aspects balance basic begin bladder body's breathing cause chakra complementary concept condition consciousness create cycle diagnosis diet dietary Do-In Earth's force effects emotional energetic energy flow energy quality example excess exercise existence factors Five Transformations function gallbladder George Ohsawa hand harmony Heart Governor Heaven's force herbal medicine holistic human imbalances individual individual's influence interaction kidneys large intestine lifestyle liver lungs macrobiotic massage meridians Michio Kushi midbrain mind modern moxibustion nature needles nourishment one's opposite organ pair Oriental medicine ovum palm healing pancreas particular pattern plant practice practitioner problems produce psychological pulses reflect relationship shiatsu Small Intestine social society sound specific spiral spiritual spleen stimulation stomach structure symptoms techniques tion traditional and Oriental treatment Triple Heater tsubo Umeboshi understanding various vibrations well-being