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Yin and Yang

One of the basic principles of Chinese philosophy and medicine is the understanding of yin and yang, the neverending movement, traction, and transformation of the energy (qi).

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Diet is a way of life

What does “I am on a diet” mean to many? Restriction, fatigue, difficult portion calculations, are often associated with discomfort and attachment to seeing a number on the scales.

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The book of the month – Tao made easy

When I first bought this book I hadn’t noticed that it is a modern book referring to our time. It was a surprise when I discovered in the first pages that it refers to life as we experience it today with the intense rhythm, the technology being an integral part of our lives for good, and the general confusion that prevails as something normal.

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