By Jerry Alan Johnson ; edited by L. Francesca Ferrari, Gideon B. Enz, Suzanne B. Friedman.
V. 1. lively anatomy and body structure --
v. 2. full of life alchemy, dao yin remedy, and qi deviations --
v. three. Differential prognosis, scientific foundations, remedy rules, and medical protocols --
v. four. Prescription routines and meditations, therapy of inner illnesses, pediatrics, geriatrics, gynecology, neurology, and lively psychology --
v. five. an brisk method of oncology
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The ancient Chinese believed that within the "space," or Wuji, located behind and between the cells and tissues of all things, exists the energy of the eternal Dao. Finding harmony within the energetic essence of the Dao and expressing that harmony through the interrelated patterns of the body's Jing, Qi and Shen brings health. In ancient China, the Three Treasures (Essence, Energy, and Spirit) were believed to have two existing properties, one half (Yin) existing on Earth, the other half (Yang) existing in Heaven.