The Spirit of the Channels and their Points

This 3-day exploration will examine the design of the 12 primary channels and the potentials inherent in these meridians through their pathways, points, and connections that can provide insights in “spiritual” development and individual growth.

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Date: 

06. – 08.11.2020

Day/Time: 

Fr./Sa./So., 9:00–17:00

Hours: 

21 hours

Teacher: 

Jeffrey Yuen

 

Language: 

English

Cost:

CHF 690.– or CHF 275.–/per day

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About this course

Historically, one aspect in the practice of Chinese medicine involves self-cultivation by which the channels reflected the “pathways” undertaken by humans and their motivations toward life — rooted in survival, intimacy, and identity.  Rather than understanding the channels for the treatment of diseases, they could be perceived as encoded “realizations” that are activated upon actualization through consciousness by which such awareness can foster, manage, and treat issues challenging human existence (and medical conditions that evolved as somatization of such conflicts). This 3-day exploration will examine the design of the 12 primary channels and the potentials inherent in these meridians through their pathways, points, and connections that can provide insights in “spiritual” development and individual growth.

«I am fascinated by the depth of Jeffrey’s lectures!»

Sonja., Participant

About the teacher

Jeffrey C. Yuen is one of the most sought-after teachers of Chinese medicine throughout the world. He is an 88th generation Daoist priest from the Jade Purity School, Lao Tzu sect, and a 26th generation priest of the Complete Reality School, Dragon Gate sect. He apprenticed for more than 20 years in Classical Chinese Medicine and other Daoist healing arts with Master Yu Wen, who transmitted his lineage to Master Yuen before Master Yu Wen’s death at the age of 108. He also studied under the direct tutelage of Lu Xin-Zu, a Daoist priest of the Long Men tradition.