The Nei Jing, a classical Chinese medicine text written several thousands of years ago, states: “Men are born on the Earth, but Life itself is held in the hands of Heaven. When the Qi of Heaven and Earth harmonize, this is called a human being.” In other words, the beautiful material forms of human beings enter this reality filled with life force and Heaven’s unconditional love. Just as sure as you are the child of your mother and father, you are also a child of the Universe, created from this source and connected to it every day and forever. You’re… Read more.
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Nan Lu, OMD, a Grand Master of Wu Ming Qigong, is the country’s foremost spiritual leader, practitioner and teacher of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). He is the founder of NYC’s Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) World Foundation, the leading U.S. educational organization for TCM. For several decades, the Foundation has inspired tens of thousands of individuals with health and wellness programs that have allowed them to discover their self-healing abilities. Master Lu is also founder of the educational forum Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine for integrative healthcare professionals. He holds a doctorate from Hubei College (University) of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hubei, China, and is a New York State-licensed acupuncturist. In addition to his latest work, Digesting the Universe: A Revolutionary Framework for Healthy Metabolism Function, he is the best-selling author of three TCM books published by HarperCollins. He is a clinical associate professor at the State University of New York (SUNY), School of Social Welfare, as well as a founding advisory board member of and contributor to IntegrativePractitioner.com. His Tao of Healing, one of the country’s leading TCM practices and health centers, is based in NYC.
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