Combining the wisdom of classical Chinese medicine with modern nutritional science, this book explores the concept of Yang Sheng, which means to nourish life by nurturing body, mind and spirit in harmony with the natural rhythms and ...
Author: Deirdre Courtney
Publisher: Singing Dragon
Combining the wisdom of classical Chinese medicine with modern nutritional science, this book explores the concept of Yang Sheng, which means to nourish life by nurturing body, mind and spirit in harmony with the natural rhythms and universal laws, revealing the importance of nutrition within it and outlining how our modern lifestyle and environment challenges our ability to do that. A perfect guide for practitioners and students of Chinese medicine, the book explains modern diets and Chinese nutritional theory with a focus on prevention of illness and the impact of lifestyle and environment on our health during each stage of life. Lifestyle and nutritional advice for prevention and treatment of a range of illnesses and conditions is given for both adults and children.
In this book, Katie Brindle teaches readers how to harness this powerful natural healing system to improve every aspect of their life. Yang Sheng fits and works brilliantly in modern life.
Author: Katie Brindle
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
The concept of self-care is, in fact, thousands of years old. This buzzword is rooted in a 2,500-year old Chinese philosophy. ‘Yang sheng’ means to nourish life – fostering your own health and wellbeing by nurturing body, mind and spirit. In this book, Katie Brindle teaches readers how to harness this powerful natural healing system to improve every aspect of their life. Yang Sheng fits and works brilliantly in modern life. Some of the techniques may seem unusual, but they are all simple, quick and effective. Even more appealing, a key principle of Chinese medicine is balance; that means not being perfect or excluding foods or having too many rules or pushing yourself to exhaustion with overwork or over-exercise. And so, Yang Sheng encourages you to have the green juice and the glass of wine, a full-on day at work and a night out dancing. For people who are overtired and overtaxed, stressed, lacking a sex drive, or who feel anxious or hopeless, the practice of Yang sheng restores balance. Our bodies are designed to self-heal – Yang Sheng knows the mechanics of how to activate this.
Yang Sheng Herbal Bath.... 170 Yang Sheng Herbal Bath, 184-191 Yang Sheng
Herbal Tea, 140-141 Yang Sheng Herbal Wine, 160-169 Yang Sheng in Four
Seasons, 54-55 Yang Sheng Milk.... 136 Yang Sheng Milk, 136-139 Yang Sheng
Publisher: Hu House Publishing International
Food and traditional medicine (herbs) come from the same source. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) food therapy is prescribed to heal sickness, restore the body to its maximum well being and optimize longevity. This effective therapy has played an important role for ordinary folks throughout Chinese history and culture for centuries. Dr. Helen Hu has studied medicine, science and biochemistry throughout her life. She holds a Medical Degree, Oriental Medical Degree and is a licensed practicing acupuncturist in San Diego. As a TCM practitioner and author of “Body Without Mystique”, Dr. Helen Hu has compiled and revealed hundreds of Traditional Chinese Food therapy prescriptions in her new book: “Chinese Food Therapy R x for Self Healing (Volume I )”. These natural recipes are then clearly organized and paired to systemic disorders utilizing the integration of both Western and Eastern diagnostic approaches. “Chinese Food Therapy RX for Longevity and Beauty (Volume II)” not only provides hundreds of natural recipes to promote well being and beauty but is the collection of thousands of years of wisdom relating to the core questions of how to best achieve well being and longevity. “Definitely one of most comprehensive and landmark frontier publication in the West, an original blockbuster and a definitive “How to book”, beautifully illustrated photography.” “This book will coach and teach the public practical self healing and well being methods. It is a stand out work for the medical professional field as well” Jamie Reno, Award winning journalist, author and cancer patient advocate quoted: “Dr. Helen Hu is a true healer and a gifted writer whose remarkable new books, “Chinese Food Therapy Rx for Self Healing (Volume I)”, and “Chinese Food Therapy Rx for Longevity and Beauty (Volume II)”, provides hundreds of recipes to promote well-being and beauty based on thousands of years of wisdom. “These books are unquestionably the most comprehensive and pioneering works I’ve ever read in terms of educating the public about natural healing with food, and coaching people to achieve the ultimate goal of longevity and a healthy mind, body and spirit. Yes, folks, listen to Dr. Hu”. “Food really can save your life, and it can even fight and prevent cancer”.
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Lu to summon Noble Scion Yang-sheng. Yang-sheng went to Ch'i, and secretly
hid in T'ien Ch'i's household. On the wu-tzu of day of the tenth month,” T'ien Ch'i ...
Author: Ssu-Ma Ch'ien
Publisher: Indiana University Press
With Part I of the two-part fifth volume of Ssu-ma Ch'ien's Shi chi (The Grand Scribe's Records), we enter the world of the shih chia or "hereditary houses." These ten chapters trace the history of China's first states, from their establishment in the 11th century B.C. until their incorporation in the first empire under the Ch'in in 221 B.C. Combining myth, anecdote, chronicle, and biography based on early written and oral sources, many no longer extant, the narratives make for compelling reading, as dramatic and readable as any in this grand history.
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Chang , Tsu - yung , ed . Yang Sheng - an shih pai - shou H N Ě . Hsin - tu : Yang
Shengan Po - wu Kuan , 1988 . Lin , Ch ' ing - chang # and Chia Shun - hsien et ...
Author: William H. Nienhauser
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
"A vertitable feast of concise, useful, reliable, and up-to-date information (all prepared by top scholars in the field), Nienhauser's now two-volume title stands alone as THE standard reference work for the study of traditional Chinese literature. Nothing like it has ever been published." -- Choice The second volume to The Indiana Companion to Traditional Chinese Literature is both a supplement and an update to the original volume. Volume II includes over 60 new entries on famous writers, works, and genres of traditional Chinese literature, followed by an extensive bibliographic update (1985-1997) of editions, translations, and studies (primarily in English, Chinese, Japanese, French, and German) for the 500+ entries of Volume I.
Release on 1996 | by United States. Patent and Trademark Office
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Author: United States. Patent and Trademark Office
The present collection of survey and research articles comprises a current overview of research in several complex variables in China.
Author: Chung-Chun Yang
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.
Today, there is increasing interest in complex geometry, geometric function theory, and integral representation theory of several complex variables. The present collection of survey and research articles comprises a current overview of research in several complex variables in China. Among the topics covered are singular integrals, function spaces, differential operators, and factorization of meromorphic functions in several complex variables via analytic or geometric methods. Some results are reported in English for the first time.
Yang Sheng (Nurturing Life) is an ancient philosophy of achieving wellness and longevity. Yang Sheng techniques include making appropriate food choices (based on season, individual constitution, and nature of illness), meditative exercise (Qi Gong), and utilization of holistic therapies such as acupuncture and herbal medicine. This book explains Yang Sheng, and suggests ways to incorporate the principles into modern living.
The two texts in question are the "Ho yin yang" (Uniting yin and yang) and the "T'
ien- hsia chih-tao t'an" (Discourse on the highest tao under heaven); two others,
the "Shih wen" (Ten questions) and "Yang-sheng fang" (Prescriptions for ...
Author: Douglas Wile
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Social Science
An anthology of over two millennia of Chinese treatises on the use and practice of sexual intercourse