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Guarding the Three Treasures by Daniel P. Reid

Guarding the Three Treasures

Description : 'The body is the temple of life. Energy is the force of life. Spirit is the governor of life. If one of them goes off balance, all three are damaged. When the spirit takes command, the body naturally follows it, and this arrangement benefits all Three Treasures. When the body leads the way, the spirit goes along, and this harms all Three Treasures' - Wen-tzu Classic (first century BC) Inspired by the enthusiastic response to the TAO OF HEALTH, SEX AND LONGEVITY, GUARDING THE THREE TREASURES is a companion volume which can be read independently as an introduction to the philosophy and practice of Taoist health care. Bestselling author Dan Reid acquaints the reader with the three treasures of Taoist medicine - essence, energy and spirit. The Way of Tao is the way of harmony with nature, a dynamic balance of yin and yang. Maintaining this balance in your own mind and body will strengthen your immune system and build up your general health. Whereas Western medicine attempts to fix the affected body part or organ when something goes wrong, Chinese medicine takes a holistic and preventative approach and lets you take charge, through diet and exercises, of your mental and physical wellbeing. GUARDING THE THREE TREASURES will steer you onto the 'Great Highway' of health, longevity and spiritual discovery.

Subtitle : The Chinese Way of Health

Authors : Daniel P. Reid

Published Date : 1993

Publisher :

ISBN : 074340906X

Page : 484 Pages

Categories : Medicine, Chinese

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Filesize: 2 MB

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