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Item #J033

Vol. 3, No. 3: Autumn 1993


Features: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Medicine: Bringing Back the Soup Pot by Rachel Albert-Matesz; The Origin and Development of: The History of Chinese Qigong, a lecture by Gan Zhen-yun, edited by Charlotte Sun, PhD.; Human Emotions in Chinese Medicine by Dr. De Ying Huang, OMD; A Master Came...But Did Anyone Listen? re: a visit by Wang Pei-Sheng by Steve Rhodes; Circle Walking of Baguazhang (part 2) by Dan Miller.


Item #J034

Vol. 3, No. 4: Winter 1993-94


Features: Chinese Medicine in the Treatment of Cancer by Walter Gelles; Five Flavor Theory of TCM by Don Matesz; Qi Healing: Can It Be Explained Scientifically? by Dr. Craig D. Reid; Dit Dah Jow Liniment and It's Effct on Bio-electric Nature of Human Tissue by Dr. R. Lindsay Anglen; Qigong: The Essence and Foundation of TCM by T.K. Shih.


Item #J041

Vol. 4, No. 1: Spring 1994


Chinese Steam Cuisine by Rachel Albert-Matesz; Raw Meal, Raw Deal, a look at raw foods from the perspective of Traditional Oriental Medicine by Don Matesz; The Stages of Evolving and Self-Cultivation by Eo Omwake; Disease and Senility: Two Enemies of Longevity by T.K. Shih; Lotus Flowers in Winter, an ancient story by Pu Songling.


Item #J042

Vol. 4, No. 2: Summer 1994


Features: Eight Extra Vessels and Shiatsu by Sunny Cooper, OBT; The Physiology of Qigong by Tang You-yue and Charlotte Sun; The Use of Intuition in Traditional Chinese Medicine by Geoffrey Levens, Dipl.Ac; Kumar Frantzia: An Information Dicussion on Taoist Meditation (part 1), an interview by Sara Barchus


Item #J043

Vol. 4, No. 3: Autumn 1994


Features: Qigong Elicits Latent Energy and Promotes Intelligence (cont. from previous issue) by T.K. Shih, DOM; Going With The Grain by Rachel Albert-Matesz; Improve Your Shape with Yoga by Marejorie Drake; Kombuche: A Fungi You Will Want to Know by Dr. Lindsay Anglen; Kumar Frantzis: An Informal Discussion on Taoist Meditation (part 2), an interview by Sara Barchus


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