Tao Shiatsu: Revolution in Oriental Medicine

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Insomniac Press, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 148 pages
Human beings in the modern age are increasingly wired into a global computer network that surrounds and interconnects the whole earth. Yet ironically, the distortions and stresses of urban living cut people off from the direct experience of the earth as one single living entity. The healing that Tao Shiatsu brings is for all who suffer and wish to be healed. It is for everyone.
 

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This book allows us to see beyond Shiatsu techniques, and into the world of non-duality, into the heart of sesshin as taught by Master Masunaga and other masters, and into the source of Tao Shiatsu, where there is no separation between therapist and patient, between giver and receiver. It provides a glimpse of the heart of Tao, a way to enter into the Ki world by awakening the primal sense, and see meridians. This book is, as Lyall Watson states, truly is "for everyone". 

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