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Nourishing Destiny has become a classic text in the field of Chinese Medicine... Nourishing Destiny examines Chinese medicine as a science pertaining to the evolution of consciousness. Equating health with open awareness and illness with habitual functioning, Lonny Jareertt examines the Chinese notion of destiny as it applies to the practice of acupuncture and herbal medic Nourishing Destiny has become a classic text in the field of Chinese Medicine... Nourishing Destiny examines Chinese medicine as a science pertaining to the evolution of consciousness. Equating health with open awareness and illness with habitual functioning, Lonny Jareertt examines the Chinese notion of destiny as it applies to the practice of acupuncture and herbal medicine. The text is grounded in the Classics and extends their view into the treatment room today.


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Nourishing Destiny has become a classic text in the field of Chinese Medicine... Nourishing Destiny examines Chinese medicine as a science pertaining to the evolution of consciousness. Equating health with open awareness and illness with habitual functioning, Lonny Jareertt examines the Chinese notion of destiny as it applies to the practice of acupuncture and herbal medic Nourishing Destiny has become a classic text in the field of Chinese Medicine... Nourishing Destiny examines Chinese medicine as a science pertaining to the evolution of consciousness. Equating health with open awareness and illness with habitual functioning, Lonny Jareertt examines the Chinese notion of destiny as it applies to the practice of acupuncture and herbal medicine. The text is grounded in the Classics and extends their view into the treatment room today.

30 review for Nourishing Destiny: The Inner Tradition of Chinese Medicine

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pesuri

    Currently studying Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and found myself reading this in the non-study time I had to remind me of the bigger picture of why I'm in this field to begin with. This is exactly what I needed to read to begin to understand how TCM's inner tradition of emotions, spirit and individual constitution are significant to one's health. "From the point of view of the inner tradition, the suppressing of physical symptomatology in chronic conditions is to perpetuate ignorance and is Currently studying Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and found myself reading this in the non-study time I had to remind me of the bigger picture of why I'm in this field to begin with. This is exactly what I needed to read to begin to understand how TCM's inner tradition of emotions, spirit and individual constitution are significant to one's health. "From the point of view of the inner tradition, the suppressing of physical symptomatology in chronic conditions is to perpetuate ignorance and is seen as contrary to the highest purpose of medicine as presented in this text. The presence of pain is often the result of having lost touch with some fundamental aspect of self. Pain may be interpreted as heaven's attempt to draw out attention toward the aspect of self-expression that has been lost. To suppress pain predicted on our suppression of true self, without simultaneously educating patients regarding the relevance of this pain to their life, is to perpetuate the underlying habitual patterns on which the pain is based. Heaven will always find a way to express its will, and pain suppressed in this way will always manifest elsewhere in the body and usually in a more serious way."

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ahil Ganesan

    Fantastic text. As a final year student of TCM this text has opened my eyes to very deep healing far beyond patients chief complaints. Grateful for the wisdom and the fantastic read!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brianna

    This was assigned for my final class in my shiatsu training, and was the most valuable text in the entire program. This is necessary reading for any practitioner of Chinese medicine. It is dense reading, diving into the deepest aspects of healing, and the heart of what all of us are here for. I would recommend it to everyone as a guide to understanding their constitutional type and individual destiny... except that I do think some understanding of Chinese medicine is necessary before undertaking This was assigned for my final class in my shiatsu training, and was the most valuable text in the entire program. This is necessary reading for any practitioner of Chinese medicine. It is dense reading, diving into the deepest aspects of healing, and the heart of what all of us are here for. I would recommend it to everyone as a guide to understanding their constitutional type and individual destiny... except that I do think some understanding of Chinese medicine is necessary before undertaking this text.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    I learned more about healing from this book than from any other source I've encountered. Countless quotes and concepts from it are permanently lodged in my head. It's a hardcore approach to healing, and empowers the individual to take responsibility for their own healing. This book will not coddle you, and will not sugarcoat matters. That's the way I like it. I learned more about healing from this book than from any other source I've encountered. Countless quotes and concepts from it are permanently lodged in my head. It's a hardcore approach to healing, and empowers the individual to take responsibility for their own healing. This book will not coddle you, and will not sugarcoat matters. That's the way I like it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    I'm not embarrased to say this took me over a year to read! This is a heavy, theory-laden book and, even though I'm an acupuncturist, some parts flew right over my head no matter how many times I read them. Therefore, a deep bow from me to all those who were able to get through this who are not Chinese medicine practitioners. It is indeed a great resource for practitioners and Lonny is an incredibly deep well of wisdom we could all benefit drawing from. I'm not embarrased to say this took me over a year to read! This is a heavy, theory-laden book and, even though I'm an acupuncturist, some parts flew right over my head no matter how many times I read them. Therefore, a deep bow from me to all those who were able to get through this who are not Chinese medicine practitioners. It is indeed a great resource for practitioners and Lonny is an incredibly deep well of wisdom we could all benefit drawing from.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kath

    This is a hefty dose of Chinese philosophy mixed with practical applications of treatments. I don't understand half of it, as I'm not an acupuncturist or herbalist, but the half I do understand is fascinating. This is a hefty dose of Chinese philosophy mixed with practical applications of treatments. I don't understand half of it, as I'm not an acupuncturist or herbalist, but the half I do understand is fascinating.

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

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  29. 5 out of 5

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