The Book of Changes In Traditional Oriental Medicine

The Book of Changes In Traditional Oriental Medicine 
An edited transcript of classes taught in 1983 and 1984
by Peter Eckman, M.D., Ph.d., M.Ac. (U.K.)

"One of the fundamental principles of traditional Oriental medicine is the original unity of all of creation in the oneness of the Dao. I like to think of this image as being mirrored in the history of the development of traditional Oriental medicine itself - so that from the myriad theories and styles that constitute today's "tradition", we can trace our way back in time to a common root. This common root is usually taken to be the two parts of the book called the Huangdi Nei Jing (Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic). What I propose to do in this discussion is to make a case for there being a still deeper root in the I Jing (Classis of Changes). This is not merely a drab question of ancient history, but a living one that can help us understand some of the puzzling branches that have developed on the tree of traditional Oriental medicine."

Paperback: 18 pages
Publisher: Traditional Acupuncture Institute, Columbia, Maryland (1987)
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 7 x 10 x 0.25 inches
Shipping Weight: 2 ounces

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