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A Brief History of Qi: The Ancient Biofield Paradigm of Chinese Medicine and Its Relevance for Healthy Living Today – Distance

This presentation will explore the philosophical and cosmological concepts surrounding the topic of vital energy in China and their historical development through a systematic presentation of textual source materials. Before this cultural background, the practical applications of qi in the related domains of Chinese medicine, nourishing life practices and the martial arts will be discussed from a variety of angles. Most importantly, the presentation will highlight the problems of the current approach to public health that is predominantly grounded in the domain of materialist science, and reveal the promise that the integration of the concept of vital energy into mainstream thinking holds for the future of humankind and our planet as a whole.

Course Objectives:

  • Understand Participants will be able to integrate the ancient concept of vital energy with modern research in biophysics, bioelectromagnetism and biophotonics.
  • Participants will be able to convey the ancient concept of vital energy and its relationship to the material world to their patients (and other interested parties) in a knowledgeable manner. 
  • Participants will be able to explain the concept of energy medicine from a source perspective, by incorporating original Chinese quotations into their narrative.
  • By understanding the commonality of ancient definitions of vital energy and recent research in the domain of biophysics, participants will be able to approach the practice of Chinese medicine with a higher degree of understanding and confidence.

In this seminar presentation, Z’ev Rosenberg L. Ac. and Stephen Cowan M.D. will present the fruits of their research into channel theory in the Su Wen, Ling Shu and particularly the Nan Jing. In essence, they will be providing their own commentary, observations, and clinical cases, bringing these teachings into here and now 21st Century expression and relevance. They will focus on the Chinese concepts of tu/ mapping and circulation as in Ling Shu 12 (The Conduit/Stream Waters), where it is revealed that the channels of communication in the human organism were mapped out according to the resonance with the location and flow of rivers, streams, and other bodies of water. This provides a powerful and unique perspective that distinguishes Chinese medical anatomy and physiology from its Western biomedical counterparts. They will discuss the channel system and its physiological couples (zang/fu, xue/qi, ying/wei, jing/shen) from the perspective of different body/mind maps based on original sources in the Han dynasty classics and discuss modern applications of this knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the implications and utilization of Nanjing eco-bio-mapping in practice.
  2. Understand the holographic meanings of “circulation” liu tong and ying zhou in the Nanjing classic of difficulties.
  3. Applications of the principles of Nanjing circulation in practice.

The Taoists view the human body as a microcosm of this celestial realm. Just as a human being is a microcosm of the macrocosm, we each contain an entire universe. As the eternal light of universal intelligence, Big Shen, embodies, it has to undergo a series of steps in order to become Jing. As universal intelligence coalesces into a human genome, Jing is activated by bioelectric fields into specific materialization represented by the distribution of Jing via the back Shu points. We will blend science and Taoist wisdom as we discover these steps, and develop acupuncture treatment strategies to heighten creative potentialities.

Course Objectives:

  1. What the Taoists said about how life comes into being
  2. How to work within the realm of the subtle
  3. Treatment strategies to bring subtle energies into manifestation

This lecture delves into the profound intersections of consciousness, philosophy, and holistic health. It challenges conventional anthropocentrism by exploring the relationship between Taoism and Biocentrism, philosophies that underscore the commonalities in all life forms. By understanding life as a complex web of interdependencies, we examine how the well-being of one entity can ripple across ecosystems.

Furthermore, students will investigate the Human Biofield and its interrelation with Qi, exploring scientific and holistic perspectives. This exploration will encompass the biofield’s role as a coherent information system with the potential to influence physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual change.

We will also explore the Mind-Body-Energy Connection, delving into how emotional experiences become embodied and the profound impact stored pain has on health. Through engaging case studies and practical exercises, participants will learn techniques to promote coherence within the body and alignment with the Tao while fostering deep emotional and physical healing.

This course offers a unique opportunity to bridge philosophy, spirituality, science, and healing, paving the way for a more comprehensive understanding of health and well-being.

Course Objectives:

  1. Explore Taoism as a biocentric philosophy
  2. Analyze the Human Biofield and its Relationship with Qi
  3. Examine the Mind-Body-Energy Connection
  4. Understanding Expanded States
  5. Apply Knowledge to Health and Healing Practices

Everyone experiences trauma. Whether that is an opportunity for growth or a burden to suffer is directly correlated to how much awareness one can muster up. When people experience significant trauma, they frequently move into habituated states of being in order to survive that trauma. These habituated states are very useful for self-preservation in the moment and short-term. Over time there is diminishing benefit and the cost of those acts increases. At some point we need to let go of that which no longer serves us. We cannot accomplish that without increasing our awareness/consciousness.

This workshop will explore the idea that this is a transformative time. In this moment many people are concurrently stuck in 3 types of trauma; intergenerational, personal and global (societal). We have an opportunity now to help humanity by addressing Qi in such a way that it creates the possibility of increased consciousness.

We will also be looking at the 8 Extraordinary Vessels (8 EVs) as a powerful tool for increasing consciousness by activating the Observer. Using these vessels with intent allows us to offer the possibility of restoring the jing-shen relationship. This may help our patients to regain their sovereignty by supporting their ability to see themselves in the habituated states and then choose differently.

This 2.5 hour workshop is highly interactive. In addition to lecture, there will also be breakout sessions for attendees to work on case studies together.

Course Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to recognize trauma at all 3 levels of qi
  2. They will be able to see the primary trauma pathology in each of the 8 EV
  3. Participants will be able to create simple & effective 8 EV treatments

This presentation will highlight the often neglected Daoist Cosmology at the heart of Chinese Medicine. By elucidating the multidimensional holographic nature of reality, we can have greater insights and influence into its manifestations. We will explore the perspective of the Taiji Symbol as a torus, the geometric nature of Heaven and Earth, and the emergence of the imperial and ministerial fires from that underlying geometry. This course will bring to light fresh insights regarding the nature of consciousness and reality from the Dong Han Daoist Clan. We will discuss the Dong Han perspective of the ministerial fire as the electromagnetic qi of consciousness, the subsequent role of the SanJiao, and the manifestation of the 6 qi of pure consciousness into 5 elemental form.

Grounding this Daoist Theory into practical clinical practice, the course will close with the Dong Han treatment protocol for harmonizing the ministerial and imperial fires, which in turn harmonizes the subconscious and emotional mind of the patient. This protocol is termed the “new four gates” by the Dong Han clan. As the original four gates prescription was created at a time when malnutrition and poor hygiene were the primary pathogenic influences, the Dong Han contemporary four gates is an indispensable clinical tool at a time when mental and emotional disharmony is of primary concern. Pairing the theory with practice allows for a more tangible and digestible take away of the curriculum.

Course Objectives:

  1. Learn the fundamentals of Dong Han Daoist Cosmology and Numerology
  2. Understand the geometric nature of Heaven vs Earth.
  3. Demystify the Imperial vs Ministerial Fires.
  4. Learn to harmonize Shaoyin and Shaoyang through Dong Han Daoist protocol.

In this presentation, we will explore the often underestimated influence of intentional environmental design on our overall well-being. We begin by acknowledging the missing piece in the holistic health puzzle, which is the health of our physical environment, especially the spaces we inhabit most frequently. Drawing from research, we discover that the impact of environmental design extends beyond aesthetics and functionality, as shown in studies on hospital design. Furthermore, there is a crucial link between a happy home and a happy life, where a well-designed living space contributes significantly to our overall happiness. Thus, intentional design, incorporating principles from Feng Shui, biophilic, and multisensory design, is a powerful tool for shaping our spaces in alignment with our life and clinical goals. Supporting this statement, we explore the role of intention in influencing our biology and behaviors through the activation of our senses in our environment. We discuss the concepts of neuroplasticity and epigenetics, highlighting how our environment can actively shape our minds, biology, and behaviors.

Moving on to practical application, we’ll explore how intentional design can be applied in one’s home and in clinical settings. We’ll discuss the importance of a central piece of furniture (the “Star of the Space”) and its placement in the Command Position. This concept, rooted in Feng Shui, empowers occupants and has relevance in clinical contexts, particularly when it comes to the positioning of the treatment table. Next, we’ll delve into multisensory design and how each of our five senses can impact the ambiance and experience of a space, whether at home or in a clinical environment. We’ll also introduce the concept of biophilic design, highlighting the benefits of nature-inspired spaces and the Five Elements in Feng Shui (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water) and how they can influence interior design, creating specific atmospheres and emotions.

In conclusion, this presentation aims to empower you with the knowledge to harness intentional environmental design to enhance well-being, whether in personal or clinical spaces.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the Impact of Environmental Design on Well-Being: Participants will gain an appreciation for the significant influence of intentional environmental design on overall well-being, recognizing its role as a crucial factor in holistic health.
  2. Grasp, in concept and practice, the “Star of the Space” and Command Position: Attendees will define and apply the “Star of the Space” and the Command Position in Feng Shui, gaining practical insights into their importance and application in both home and clinical settings.
  3. Implement Multisensory Design: Learners will explore the role of multisensory elements and Yin and Yang principles in design, understand how each sense impacts space and how to apply in practice.
  4. Integrate Biophilic Design and the Five Elements: Participants will learn how to incorporate principles of biophilic design to create healing and harmonious environments inspired by nature, and understand how to practically apply the Five Elements in Feng Shui (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water) to enhance the overall atmosphere and emotional resonance of interior spaces, particularly in clinical settings. The practice of feng shui is analogous to the practice of acupuncture and operates according to the same principles. Just as a patient can be diagnosed as having an imbalance in one or more of the five elements, an environment can be similarly analyzed. Just as you can use color, sound, and odor to rebalance a patient in a five element treatment, you can do the same thing for the environment in which the treatment is taking place. 

Two independent, but related topics, will be introduced in order to refine contemporary concepts of human anatomy and self-organization across all scales of material existence. The first is the newest concept of the human interstitium as comprising fluid channels coursing through all connective tissues of the body allowing for electrical, molecular, and cellular trafficking throughout. These concepts will enhance how we understand bodywide communication networks that may align with cross-cultural concepts of health and healing, such as the mechanisms of acupuncture. Then, basic principles of complexity theory will be described, including concepts of self-organization, emergence, the complementarity of perspective-dependent scales of observation, how the nature of the body’s boundaries are flexible and scale-dependent, and that the body is a functional holarchy rather than a hierarchy. All of these views will be used to further elaborate on the nature of biofields.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand complexity theory as the scientific way to describe and explain the origin, evolution, and self-organization of living systems
  2. Analyze living systems according to the simple rules of complexity theory.
  3. Understand the anatomy of the human interstitium and how its structures relate to physiologic effects.
  4. Understand how the language of complexity and of interstitial anatomy can provide language to bridge cross-cultural approaches to health and healing.

Dr. Wahbeh will discuss energy medicine or biofield therapy and the various studies the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) have conducted exploring its clinical outcomes and mechanisms. She will begin with a foundation of definitions and previous work in the field. Then she will review three completed studies and their results.

Course Objectives:

  1. Learn what biofield therapy is. 
  2. Discover previous clinical and mechanistic studies that have been conducted on it.
  3. Understand how medical intuitives/clairvoyant seers witness “energy”
  4. Learn recent research conducted in this area. 

Embark on a captivating journey into the hidden world of research on acupuncture points and meridians. In this enlightening lecture, we will explore the intriguing realm of electrophysiology, uncovering some of the intricate bioelectrical pathways that are being researched to understand the ancient practice of acupuncture. Gain a deeper understanding of how these points and hypothetical meridians interact with our body’s energy systems, shedding light on their therapeutic effects. we will delve into the science behind this age-old practice, unraveling its mysteries and unlocking new insights into the remarkable connection between body and energy.

Course Objectives:

  1. Explain electrophysiology of acupuncture points and channels and understand it’s importance
  2. Challenges in Research
  3. Possible Research topics
  4. Study of the Biofield and its relevance to channels

Bill Bengston is a well-known researcher and energy healer who has been investigating and teaching a method he developed for many years. In recent years, his attention has been very focused on how to make the healing energy associated with his hands-on method available to the vast number of those suffering around the world whose numbers far exceed the numbers of those who would ever be able to administer the technique manually. Two conditions must occur in order to move energy healing into the mainstream: healing must move from one-on-one applications (healer/healee) and be made both storable and scalable. There are innumerable experiments demonstrating the storability component using both organic and inorganic materials, including water, but the scalability of healing has remained somewhat elusive. This talk will briefly summarize some experimental work on storability, and then transition to questions of scalability. During this presentation, you will learn about some astounding peer-reviewed research using water imprinted with healing energy to improve the outcome of hospitalized patients suffering from an infectious respiratory illness.

Course Objectives:

  • Describe the difference between storing and scaling.
  • Describe the two methods of storing healing currently under investigation.
  • Discuss the current research arms, pros/cons of each and potential uses.
  • Discuss how these methods compare to hands on healing.
  • Discuss the drawbacks and advantages of the methods in storing/scaling healing being investigated.

Lonny Jarrett’s latest book, Deepening Perspectives on Chinese Medicine, presents Chinese medicine as an integral science of human development. “Integral” means that we strive to practice a medicine that leaves no significant part of the self behind. Thus we awaken to the inner collective, emptiness, luminosity, soul, psyche, spirit, authentic self, ego, super ego, conscience, mind, and have a living and embodied relationship to them. It means we have an evolving appreciation of the forces at work within us, genetic, karmic, cultural, eros, agape and a creative relationship to them. Lonny will outline the key aspects of integral theory emphasizing distinctions between state and stage development, lines of development, typing systems and the four quadrants of human experience and expression. Participants will learn to distinguish between state and stage development, how to assess development in separate lines of the self, the strength and limitations of differing methodologies and the worldspaces they reveal, and how to develop the capacity to identify what dimension of the self is speaking in any moment.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understanding Chinese Medicine as an Integral Science of Human Development.
  2. Be able to discern state from Stage Development.
  3. Understanding Lines of Development
  4. Distinguish between the gross, subtle, and very subtle dimensions of human expression and experience. 

In this presentation, you will learn about the subtle body in Ayurveda, Yoga, Chinese/Daoist Medicine and how to address imbalances using pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy. You will also learn how to integrate PEMF therapy into your own daily life or wellness practice. You will insights into the definitions of the subtle body as understood in Ayurveda/Yoga and Chinese/Daoist Medicine. You will learn about the relationship between the Biofield, Subtle Body, and Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and discover how they interact and influence our well-being.

Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses electromagnetic fields to stimulate healing and promote overall well-being. It is one of the most widely researched forms of biofield technology, with thousands of publish studies to date. Many researchers believe that the fields generated by these devices are directly affecting the subtle energy of the body, thereby connecting this modality to the Chinese concept of Qi. In this presentation, you will receive a comprehensive overview of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy, including its principles, mechanisms, and potential benefits. You will learn about the practical applications of PEMF therapy and devices and how to seamlessly integrate them into a healthcare practice.

Course Objectives:

  1. Describe the definition of subtle body in Ayurveda and Yoga
  2. Describe the definition of subtle body in Chinese/Daoist Medicine
  3. Understand the relationship between Biofield, Subtle Body, and EMF
  4. Gain understanding of PEMF therapy and devices
  5. Learn integration of PEMF therapy in Ayurveda/Yoga and Chinese Medicine

In Chinese medicine, the primary internal causes of disease are mental and emotional. Disturbances in one’s mental state are disturbances in the movement of qi. Extensive research over the past few decades has shown that there is a clear relationship between mental states and health and healing. During the same period of time, a new branch of biological research has been developing. This branch is now generally referred to as biofield science. The findings of biofield science appear to support the ancient Chinese concept of qi. Specifically, that there is an energetic aspect of physiology that has a regulatory effect on gene expression and biochemistry. The evidence is growing that these biofields play a key role in the connection between the mind and the physical matter of the body. 

One of the most astounding discoveries of the early quantum physicists was the central role of the observer in the outcomes of their research. The role of the conscious mind appeared to be having a direct impact on what had been previously thought to be an independent external reality. It was once thought that this effect was limited to particle interactions at the quantum level. However, there is now growing evidence that these quantum effects also occur in biological systems. In other words, what the early quantum physicists observed in their laboratories now appears to also be at play within the human body itself. In this presentation, Menas Kafatos will explore the relationship between the nature of consciousness and the human biofield from the perspective of quantum physics with clear implications for a new paradigm of healing.

Course objectives:

  1. Understand the research showing that consciousness is the fundamental aspect of reality 
  2. Learn about the connection between consciousness and the human biofield 
  3. Learn about the research correlating the concept of the human biofield with the Chinese concept of Qi 
  4. Explore the implications for healing implied by the connection between consciousness and the human biofield

In this presentation, we will explore several foundational frameworks to provide a unifying view of how we can use Heart Rate Variability (HRV) to evaluate and monitor our health and that of our patients. The presentation will start off with an overview of why we as practitioners and health leaders should be familiar with HRV as a set of biomarkers. We will then take a closer look at what HRV is and how our body creates it. We’ll then take a broad view of how the Universe functions according to both a modern translation of the Neijing, a 2,000 year old core text of Classical Chinese Medicine, as well as according to modern physics.

We’ll continue on to look at how cells function in health and disease through the lens of the Cell Health Cycle and the Cell Healing Cycle, a 3 step process that all cells go through when stressed, infected or injured. All biochemistry lies downstream of these cycles and we will explore how heart rate variability is intimately connected with connecting biochemistry to our behavior and overall health state. We will explore Polyvagal theory and how this helps us understand paradoxes in HRV as well as how HRV is intimately connected to human development, evolution and trauma. Finally, we’ll finish with some practical ways to use HRV in everyday life to monitor our health.

Course Objectives:

  1. The clinical relevance and importance of heart rate variability (HRV) as a biomarker for health, longevity and performance
  2. The basics of heart rate variability and what it tells us about our health and that of our patients
  3. How HRV points to first principles of the cosmos and biology
  4. How HRV is connected to cellular biochemistry and human development
  5. How to use HRV to assess and track autonomic balance in themselves and their patients

Reiki is one of the most widely researched forms of biofield therapy. It has been shown to be highly effective in many studies. Equally important, research on Reiki has played a major role in demonstrating the reality of subtle energies in healing. The subtle energy activated in Reiki is known by the Japanese term Ki. Ki is a direct translation of the Chinese term Qi. In this presentation attendees will gain an understanding of what Reiki is, what it is not and how it can be used as an adjunctive modality in their practices as well as a tool for self-care and personal development. A brief history as well as the various levels of Reiki will be discussed. Attendees whether live or recorded will be attuned to the first level of Reiki often referred to as Reiki Level 1. Reiki Level 1 can be used for self-care and personal development as well as enhancing the efficacy of treatments with patients and/or clients. Lastly some strategies will be shared for effective ways to offer Reiki to patients and/or clients.

Course Objectives:

  • An understanding of what Reiki is, what Reiki is not and how it can be used
  • Attunement to Reiki Level 1
  • Specific ways to incorporate Reiki into a treatment session
  • Specific ways to incorporate Reiki into self care and personal development
  • Specific strategies on offering Reiki to patients and/or clients

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is a form of acupressure. It’s also referred to as tapping or psychological acupressure. The process involves focusing on a specific issue or fear while going through the process of tapping on certain acupuncture points. Because EFT is non-invasive, it is something that can easily be taught to acupuncture patients for home care between treatments. As EFT is designed to be performed on oneself, it is also a valuable self-care technique for healthcare practitioners.

There are over 100 studies demonstrating that EFT Tapping is effective. Whether it’s physical challenges like pain or autoimmune diseases, or mental challenges like anxiety and depression, EFT has a proven track record of success. EFT is used in the Veterans Administration, while the non-profit Veterans Stress Project has treated over 21,000 veterans with PTSD.

Join the author of The EFT Manual, Dr. Dawson Church, for an interactive workshop on releasing stress. Learn EFT to incorporate into your own self-care routine, or for helping others.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the theoretical framework of EFT
  2. Become familiar with the extensive research on EFT
  3. Be able to teach clients how to use EFT on themselves
  4. Be able to perform EFT on oneself for self-care

In recent years, the biological field or biofield has emerged at the frontiers of biology and health science as a scientific concept that may help explain the modus operandi of energy medicine. In 1992, my team brought the concept of “biofield” to the then Office of Alternative Medicine at NIH. The US National Library of Medicine accepted “biofield” as a medical subject heading in 1994, and in 2002, the NIH funded grant initiatives on “biofield science in frontier medicine.”

The biofield is an invisible energy field of the organism that has been proposed by some scientists to be an organizing field that may fundamentally regulate the biochemistry and physiology of the body. According to ancient Oriental medicine, “Where the mind goes, the qi (energy) flows, and blood follows qi,” suggests that mind is the master of this life energy field.

Although the human energy field is complex and dynamic, various components may be measured using scientific or medical instruments including the ryordoraku, electrodermal devices, thermography devices, and electrophotography, among other methods. Such biofield assessments show that each person has a unique energy signature that may be influenced by states of consciousness and level of wellness. Studies shows that the human biofield shows changes—typically improvements—following energy therapies and certain mind-body practices such as qigong and yoga. Research on the biological effects of electromagnetic stressors shows unhealthy changes in the biofield, especially in those who claim electrosensitivity. The human biofield also extends from the body into the surrounding space and is thought to “entangle” each person with one another and the biosphere.

The biofield is central to understanding life’s integral wholeness and to the development of an integrative health science and medicine that includes indigenous healing methods such as energy healing. It is thought to be involved fundamentally in many types of therapies, sometimes called biofield therapies, including laying-on-of-hands healing modalities, energy psychology, chiropractic, classical osteopathy, and homeopathy. This presentation will discuss the biofield concept and its consequences for energy medicine and integrative health.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the history of the biofield
  2. Understand how biofield is central to understanding life’s integral wholeness and to the development of an integrative health science and medicine
  3. Understand the biofield concept and its consequences for energy medicine and integrative health

The idea of Heaven and Earth are not only woven throughout the rich history of East Asian Medicine as a foundational truth. .This central motif also serves as an organizational depiction of this reality (and all of its dependence on the higher vibratory states that construct this densest of worlds in the Multiverse). Through guided meditation and an explicit evocation of Channel Theory, the amalgamation of both ancient and modern will coalesce. Technology and Spirit, ever enmeshed in their tantric embrace, will unveil. By allowing the motherboard of Yin within our physical bodies to attune to the Higher Octaves, greater health outcomes may emerge, and Yang will conjoin within Yin.

In this course, electroacupuncture and connective tissue theory are used as a means of depicting the activation of the body in the physical plane. This Yin-type attunement prepares the consciousness and heart-mind for the reception of Heaven – the upper dimensional inputting that ascends the physical self into a vibrational resonance with the divine. By allowing the physical sub-self to prepare for the encoding of higher vibrational energies, we aspire to the optimal functionality and integration with our highest state of health. A series of lessons will be presented to activate the Five Elements and the acupuncture channels that correspond with them, using archetypal visualizations, healing tones and the modern modality of electroacupuncture to increase the likelihood of best possible outcomes. Between Heaven and Earth, moving through the Five Phases, Essence to Qi to Spirit.

Course Objectives:

  1. The student will learn the importance of electroacupuncture in treatment systems that include more esoteric forms.  
  1. Students will learn the theory of the connective tissue matrix, fascial planes and fibroblast upregulation in order to fully activate the channel system in conjunction with their use of electroacupuncture.
  1. Through guided visualizations and qigong, students will learn point combinations and acupuncture techniques in the traditions of both TCM and Five Element systems to incorporate both electroacupuncture and needle manipulation.

All cells in the body are bioelectric, meaning that they have a particular charge and they communicate with one another via those charges. There are many contributing factors to the charge of each cell, including their metabolic state, their ion channel expression, their outer membrane proteins, and the extracellular matrix in which they reside. Just like memories and behaviors can be stored in neurons, the morphology of an organism can be stored in the connections between the non-neural cells of the body. Changes in the communication between these non-neural cells can change the shape of an organism and cause disease states like cancer. There are a variety of ways to manipulate the bioelectrical communication of cells so that craniofacial defects can be repaired and disease states can be reversed. The work of the Levin lab is focused on exploring how cells use bioelectricity to form anatomical features during development and regeneration; but more importantly, how to manipulate that bioelectrical communication for greater control of disease states.

Course Objectives:

  1. Explain what a resting membrane potential is and what influences it.
  2. How is non-neuronal cellular communication like neuronal communication?
  3. How is the bioelectric nature of cancer different than non-cancerous cells?

This is an experiential class that provides health practitioners with overview and specific methods within a healing system based on accessing a pure state of consciousness referred to as the Quantum field. Application of this system, Quantum Catalyst healing can renew the body and mind in short amounts of time, in a way that is analogous to the clearing effects of rebooting a buggy computer. It has shown high effectiveness in helping clients with difficult, complex or resistant conditions experience positive results after other methods have failed. This modern system is based in Quantum science, and reflects the ancient Taoist roots of Chinese Medicine.

Attendees will gain an overview of this system, discover a set of simple practices to attune to the Quantum field and gain instruction in the specific method called Quantum Block Clearing. The class will conclude with case histories and a discussion of other powerful methods. The instructor will also facilitate a live group experience of Quantum healing.

Course Objectives:

  1. Attune their body to the Quantum Field, which is grounding, centering and raises consciousness. Practicing this method will upgrade the body through the epigenetic pathways.
  2. Use a one minute ritual to create a safe, clear space for any kind of therapeutic session, and that supports elevated clinical results.
  3. Work with the Quantum Block Clearing method, which supports rapid, profound shifts in clients who have felt held back by long-term mental-emotional issues.
  4. Gain an overview of other Quantum Catalyst healing methods

In this one-hour talk, Dr. Neal will introduce the Neijing description of the cosmos, nature, and the human body arising from 20 years of classical text research. These descriptions create a new model of the universe, natural world and human body, which, in turn, has led to the development of a new understanding of human health and illness and a new model of healthcare. These developments have widespread implications for both Western and Chinese medicine and our human condition by retelling the original story of Chinese medicine from the ground up.

Course Objectives:

  1. Will gain a basic understanding to the Neijing description of the universe.
  2. Will gain a basic understanding of how these patterns create and govern the patterns of the natural world and the human body. 
  3. Will gain an understanding of how these descriptions provide compelling new models for healthcare and our human condition. 

The Huang Di Nei Jing describes the dynamic biofield that creates and maintains life in great detail. In it, the Yellow Emperor converses with physicians as they explain how we need to orient to the Yin Yang integration of Heaven and Earth to grasp these dynamics within the human body. The Six Conformations are the Six Great Sweeping Motions that work within us to create and maintain our lives. The Yellow Emperor’s conversations speak of nothing other than the Biofield. Zhang Zhongjing then wrote the manual on how to apply this orientation to the practice of herbal medicine, calling it the Shang Han Lun. When we view the Six Conformations through the lens of the Biofield described in the Huang Di Nei Jing, they spring to life, and we can see into the way the formula architecture restores our relationship to the healing Biofield.

This 2.5 hour workshop is highly interactive. In addition to the lecture, there will also be breakout sessions for attendees to work on case studies together.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understanding Chinese Medicine as an Integral Science of Human Development.
  2. Be able to discern state from Stage Development.
  3. Understanding Lines of Development
  4. Distinguish between the gross, subtle, and very subtle dimensions of human expression and experience. 

In this conceptual and experiential presentation, we will explore the diagnostic, therapeutic and transformational potential of the intersubjective fields that form during the clinical encounter. Information will be drawn from classical Chinese medical and Taoist texts, as well as Jungian depth psychology, alchemy, my own work with wushen – the Five Spirits – as well as my four decades of clinical experience as an acupuncturist, therapist, and healer. Moving beyond the limitations of dualistic, mental consciousness, we will discuss how these non-quantifiable yet palpable fields of subtle energy directly affect the practitioner/patient encounter as well as how they are operative in pulse diagnosis, CSOE elemental diagnosis, and the needling of acupuncture points.

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