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Keepers Of The Soul

Author: Nora Franglen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857011464
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The five elements – Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water – are fundamental to Chinese medicine and metaphysics, but it can be difficult to get beyond the purely intellectual level of understanding. This rich book gets to the heart of five element theory, and offers passionate reflections on the spirit of each element, and the practice of five element acupuncture. The author provides accessible accounts of each element, explaining what it looks like, how it presents in an individual's characteristics, how it can become unbalanced and how treatment might be approached to restore balance. With profiles of various well-known figures, including David Beckham and Elvis Presley, the author explores what it means to live in harmony as a unique being and how the five elements help shape and cultivate our body and soul. The book explains how Chinese physicians understand and diagnose their patients and offers invaluable insights into how to practise five element acupuncture effectively. A valuable and thoughtful addition to any library, this book will be of particular interest to acupuncturists, practitioners and students of complementary medicine as well as anyone contemplating Chinese medicine as a treatment option or interested more generally in human psychology.

On Being A Five Element Acupuncturist

Author: Nora Franglen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857011839
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What does it mean to 'be' an acupuncturist? How does a highly experienced acupuncturist view her practice, her patients, and the world in general? Based on her widely-read blog about the wholeness of life as a Five Element practitioner, Nora Franglen's breadth of interest shows how the curiosity and life experiences of the individual lie at the heart of what makes a true acupuncturist, over and beyond the necessary knowledge and expertise in the technicalities of practice. From her penchant for coffee shops to reflections on challenges she has experienced in the clinic, Nora illustrates how the Five Elements influence, illuminate and, ultimately, enrich all aspects of her life, and vice versa. With reflections gathered from over several years of posting linked by Nora's commentary, this diary is truly enlightening reading for anyone interested in the inner workings of a practitioner at one with her craft.

The Simple Guide To Five Element Acupuncture

Author: Nora Franglen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857011472
Size: 53.17 MB
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Nora Franglen's straightforward, accessible guide introduces this ancient Chinese system of medicine. She briefly covers its history and explores the philosophy behind it, explaining how it can benefit the reader personally by addressing specific health needs and general well-being. Five element acupuncture treats the whole person by accessing the natural energy channels each of us possess and correcting the imbalances between our five elements to restore both physical and mental wellbeing. With case studies of patients throughout, the guide provides immediate insight into how an acupuncturist diagnoses and treats patients, looking at the importance of each of the five elements in turn, and how they relate to each other. This deceptively simple guide will help anyone interested in learning about the benefits and traditions of five element acupuncture, five element theory or Chinese medicine in general. It will be of particular interest to students as well as a great resource for practitioners to recommend to patients.

Blogging A Five Element Life

Author: Nora Franglen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857013289
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Based on her widely read blog, this collection includes Nora Franglen's reflections on her own continually developing five element practice, and the lived world between 2014 and March 2017, a time of enormous change. Covering everything from politics, to her penchant for coffee shops, to how to treat patients effectively, and from tips on using moxa sticks to her acerbic thoughts on the effects of technology on society, Nora illustrates how the five elements influence, illuminate and enrich all aspects of her life, and vice versa.

A Five Element Legacy

Author: Nora Franglen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857013580
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Explore Nora Franglen's insights derived from decades of practice as a five element acupuncturist in this new collection. Covering tips on patient care and the patient-practitioner relationship to advice on a deeper understanding of the elements, of the healing practice, and of humanity's links to nature, the book also touches on the spiritual aspects of the work and the need for self-awareness in the practitioner. For acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners, or anyone interested in the healing arts, this book is full of useful guidance.

Feuer Brennt Nicht

Author: Ralf Rothmann
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518743805
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Berlin, fast zwanzig Jahre nach dem Mauerfall. Kreuzberg ist gesichtslos geworden und so ziehen die Buchhändlerin Alina und der Schriftsteller Wolf an den grünen Rand der Stadt. Am Müggelsee, wo die Unterschiede zwischen Ost und West noch nicht verwischt sind, leidet Wolf aber zunehmend unter den „Details der Zweisamkeit“. Plötzlich taucht Charlotte auf, eine Geliebte aus der Vergangenheit, und er ergreift die Flucht, befeuert von ihrem offensiven Eros. Als er „die Hölle der Verheimlichung“ hinter sich hat, ist Wolf überrascht: Seine Frau akzeptiert das Verhältnis zu der anderen nicht nur, sie ermuntert ihn sogar. Ralf Rothmann hat einen Roman über das behutsame Zusammenwachsen von Ost und West und eine Chronik des erotischen Begehrens geschrieben, eine dunkel-glühende Liebesgeschichte.

Borderline M Tter Und Ihre Kinder

Author: Christine Ann Lawson
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ISBN: 9783898062565
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Menschen mit einer Borderline-Störung sind unbeständig und sprunghaft, impulsiv und selbstzerstörerisch und sie haben Angst vor dem Verlassen werden. Die Kinder von Borderline-Müttern wachsen in einer verwirrenden emotionalen Welt auf. Die Bindung zur emotional unstabilen Mutter ist unsicher. Das Buch handelt von Borderline-Müttern und vor allem von deren Kindern, welche unter den Stimmungsschwankungen und psychotischen Anfällen der Mütter leiden und verzweifelt nach Strategien der Bewältigung dieser Erlebnisse suchen. Die Autorin untersucht vier Typen von Borderline-Persönlichkeiten, wie sie von den Kindern wahrgenommen werden: die verwahrloste Mutter, die Einsiedlerin, die Königin und die Hexe. Die Autorin zeigt, wie man sich um die Verwahrloste kümmern kann, ohne sie retten zu müssen, wie die Einsiedlerin geliebt werden kann, ohne ihrer Angst Nahrung zu geben, wie man die Königin liebt, ohne ihr Untertan zu werden und wie man mit der Hexe lebt, ohne ihr Opfer zu werden.