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Let There Be Light!!

Let there be light! The quantum physics light behavior experiment, that has been repeatedly conducted since the very first time by Prof. Bohr, shows: light particles rearrange themselves differently depending if they are" being watched". What does it mean? The viewer influences the behavior of the light? The implication of this statement might have profuse meaning as well as change how we look at the life. Looking with intent of love, gratitude and compassion can change the 'object' that is being observed. In essence, the Buddism and other Philosophies suggest, the fabric of life is made of compassion and love. Please watch Gregg Braiden Ph.D. series of Missing Links on if you want to know more! Acupuncture Energy Channels, as proven by Dr. Manaka, can conduct the ions (positive and negative), collect them and distribute them, this means they must conduct light as well. Again we know that with infrared producing techique, called Moxibustion. We can see

Shonishin Children's Needle - The Story

The beauty of Shonishin treatment is we do not need to use needles. When did I really realized the therapeutic power of the Shonishin was observing world reknown Ikeda Sensei treating a boy for scull deformity. It is designed to find a childs constitutional weakness and treat just that, like jiksa puzzles everything corrects itself. It looks a bit like waving a magic wand (enshin needle with round tip) that touches, massages, and gently presses on the acupuncture points. It is a very gentle and fun event. Children often want to participate in pressing and probing trying out my paediatric tools, that frankly look like toys!   The most significant changes I have seen with Shonishin was a girl I treated for Turner syndrome years ago in Morocco. She has improved so much that her Doctor requested a DNA test to prove that  she has had a Turner syndrome in the first place! Her diarrhea subsided, her BM became regular, she started to excel at school and sh


Qi According to Classical Chinese Philosophy,  qi  is the force that makes up and binds together all things in the universe. It is paradoxically, both everything and nothing. Here is a step by step guide to calm your Qi and create flow... Qi Flow in the Anterior Body Region   Calming the Qi Flow Through Movement and Mindfulness:          To begin, make sure you are standing in a comfortable position and place your tongue gently to the roof of your mouth. Taking a breath, raise your arms slowly over your head As you release your breath, lower your arms, bring them in front of your body until you reach your beginning position.      As you perform this exercise be mindful that you are breathing naturally. During the release of your breath be aware of leading Qi from the top of your head through your centre to the bottoms of your feet.     

Dear Diary,

Are you keeping track of your: Diet - Mood - Creativity - Supplements - Clinical Herbs - Energy levels & Quality of sleep? Dr. Katrine suggests keeping  a wellness diary or a pocket calendar with some of your health facts; ladies probably most, keep a note  of their cycles, however, what about: food and nutrition intake, bowel movements, mood changes, exercise and sleep?  What supplements are you taking, what herbs, does it feel overwhelming to take so many, or do you forget to take them at all? It might be quite an eye opening process to keep a tab on those activities and reflect upon them to access how we feel! These are critical things to be monitoring to ensure optimal health and well being! From the desk of Dr. Hegillman: Studying Functional Medicine, chapter by chapter I see how much Chinese Medicine and Functional Medicine have in common. Both practices are searching for a template that views body as a living, constantly evolving mechanism