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In China, the rhythms of time and nature are understood to affect the body and general health and wellbeing. Traditional Chinese medicine incorporates the ebbs and flows of time into achieving and maintaining good health. The cycle of four seasons is a complete circulation and the same is true of the 24-hour day. Understanding this kind of "body clock" is what The Body Clock Guide is all about, regardless of whether or not you are a practitioner of TCM.
In ancient China, a day was divided into 12 two-hour periods. In each two-hour period there is a different channel or collateral with vital energy "on duty." This book uses descriptive illustrations and texts to clearly explain how to utilize the theories of collaterals and channels, including:
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Zhang Jiaofei, a graduate of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, is a vice-chief physician of Henan Province Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine and editor-in-chief of Classic Foot Therapy for Common Diseases among other books.
Wang Jing, a graduate of Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, is also a vice-chief physician of Henan Province Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as editor-in-chief of The Self-Help Classic with Illustrations for Family Doctors and Moxibustion Therapy of Special Effects for Common Diseases along with other books of popular science.
"The Body Clock Guide walks you through the seasons of the year, and then goes further down to dividing up each 24 hour daily cycle into 2-hour periods." —Castle View Academy
"Aiding the novice practitioner of TCM are numerous color sketches of the human body showing appropriate postures, techniques and massage points, along with plentiful colorful photographs of recommended foods." —The Examiner
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