Kan Li Method: balancing Water and Fire and going back to the roots

Language: English

Field: Acupuncture, Herbal Therapy, Classics / Philosophy

This Lecture is suitable for All levels

 

Kan (☵ Water) and Li (☲ Fire) will be presented as the classical basis for the application of Yin and Yang, for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.

It will be explored, reviewed and presented different possibilities and integration on going back to the roots, as also in Su Wen 5: 阴阳者, 天地之道也, 万物之纲纪, 变化之父母, 生杀之本始, 神明之府也, 治病必求于本 “Yin and Yang are the Way of Heaven and Earth, the guiding principle of the ten thousands of things, mother and father of transformations, root and beginning of generation and death, residence of Shen Ming. On the treatment necessarily search on the root.”

Balancing up and down, front and back, left and right is the basis of a good acupuncture treatment, as in Nan Jing 67 阴病行阳, 阳病行阴 Yin Disease moves to Yang, Yang Disease moves to Yin.

Kan Li Method integrate the Classical principles into daily clinic application, as a deep understating on how to use these principles is extremely useful for improving the therapeutic effects of Chinese Medicine

 

President of EBRAMEC College: Brazilian School of Chinese Medicine

Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy, Postgraduate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Therapy

PhD in Acupuncture and Moxibustion at Shandong University of Chinese Medicine;

Associate Professor, World Federation of Chinese Medicine – WFCMS

Visiting Professor, Shandong University of Chinese Medicine

Visiting Professor, Chengdu University of Chinese Medicine

Member of the current Executive Committee of the Presidency of WFCMS (World Federation of Chinese Medicine);

Member of the current Executive Committee of WFAS (World Federation of Acupuncture);

Responsible for International Sino-Portuguese Standard of Basic Nomenclature of Chinese Medicine of the WFCMS;

Editor in chief of the Brazilian Journal of Chinese Medicine;

 

  1. (Understanding the Classical meaning of Kan (Water) and Li (Fire
  2. The importance of the Center for balancing Yin and Yang
  3. Balancing methods of Channel Based Acupuncture
  4. Ba Gua Acupuncture application on different parts of the Body
  5. Clinical examples on integrating Kan Lin principles to different branches of Chinese Medicine

 

  1. Classical Chinese Medicine (Sikao Zhongyi); Liu Li Hong
  2. I Ching Acupuncture; David Twicken
  3. Huang Di Nei Jing Ling Shu: The Ancient Classic on Needle Therapy; Paul U. Unschuld
  4. Huang Di Nei Jing Su Wen: An Annotated Translation of Huang Di’s Inner Classic – Basic Questions; Paul U. Unschuld
  5. Micro-Acupuncture in Practice; Wang Yajuan

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