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Acupuncture Point Combinations and the Eight Extraordinary Vessels: Regulating Emotions, Stress, and Mental Health

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Acupuncture Point Combinations and the Eight Extraordinary Vessels: Regulating Emotions, Stress, and Mental Healthimmediately after purchasefor 2 years
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This is part 2 of the Acupuncture Point Combination series, which takes you on a journey through the Eight Extraordinary Vessels (Qí Jīng Bā Mài).

"These vessels are typically not taught thoroughly at Chinese medicine institutions and so it became clear to me that I needed to write a course that could access as many students and practitioners of our art as possible." ~ David Hartmann

Module 1

  • Eight Extraordinary Vessels (EEV) introduction and history.
  • EEV history, overview, and function.
  • EEV function, when/how to use, warning, additional information, and references.

In module 1, the viewer is given the platform for part 2 of this webinar series which is on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels (EEV). Once part 2 has been introduced, the focus is the history of the EEV and relevant texts, both ancient and modern.

The viewer is then given a brief overview on the EEV before a more thorough analysis of their functions is included. The use/application of the EEV has been a debate for thousands of years and so we will discuss ways that you can use them, when to use them and how I use them.

Module 1 wraps up with a warning about the flippant use of the EEV.

 

Module 2

  • Rèn Mài image, opening/coupled points, function, my thoughts, treatment 1.
  • Rèn Mài treatments 1-5, case study 1, Dū Mài image, opening/coupled points.
  • Dū Mài opening/coupled points, function, my thoughts, treatments 1-5, Rèn Mài and Dū Mài treated together, Dū Mài point combination activity, additional information and references.

Module 2 gives the viewer detailed information on the Rèn Mài and the Dū Mài. Included for each is a discussion on their image/vessel pathway, opening and coupled points (with the opening point analyzed in detail), functions, my thoughts and five acupuncture point combination treatments discussed. The Rèn Mài and Dū Mài are also discussed regarding using them together in the same treatment.

The Rèn Mài also has a case study included, whereas the Dū Mài has a point combination activity.

 

Module 3

  • 0-30 minutes – Chōng Mài image, opening/coupled points, function and spirit gate.
  • Chōng Mài spirit gate, treatment and case studies 2-3.
  • Dài Mài image, opening/coupled points, function, treatments 1-2, additional information, and references.

Module 3 gives the viewer detailed information on the Chōng Mài and the Dài Mài. Included for each is a discussion on their image/vessel pathway, opening and coupled points (with the opening point analyzed in detail), and functions.

The Chōng Mài also includes a discussion on the spirit gate points, one treatment and two case studies.

The Dài Mài has two acupuncture point combination treatments analyzed.

 

Module 4 (2 hours)

  • Qiāo Mài discussion; Yáng Qiāo Mài image, opening/coupled points, function, treatments 1-2.
  • Yáng Qiāo Mài treatment 2; Yīn Qiāo Mài image, opening/coupled points, function, treatments 1-2.
  • Yīn Qiāo Mài treatment 2; Wéi Mài discussion; Yáng Wéi Mài image, opening/coupled points, function, treatments 1-2.
  • Yáng Wéi Mài treatment 2; Yīn Wéi Mài image, opening/coupled points, function, treatments 1-2; additional information and references.

Module 4 gives the viewer detailed information on the Yáng Qiāo Mài, Yīn Qiāo Mài, Yáng Wéi Mài and the Yīn Wéi Mài. Included for each is a discussion on their image/vessel pathway, opening and coupled points (with the opening point analyzed in detail), and functions.

There are also two acupuncture point combination treatments analyzed for each of the vessels.

 

Module 5

  • Using the Eight Extraordinary Vessels (EEV) for emotions and mental health; point combinations for emotions; anger.
  • Point combinations for anger and pensiveness.
  • Point combinations for pensiveness, worry, fear, and depression.
  • Point combinations for depression and anxiety; additional information and references.

Module 5 starts by tabling each of the EEV with the emotions they treat. This is then swapped around by tabling each of the emotions with the EEV that can be used to treat. Yáng and Yīn emotions are also separated into the Yáng and Yīn Vessels.

Acupuncture point combinations are then discussed for six emotions – anger, pensiveness, worry, fear, depression, and anxiety. These are discussed in two different ways:

For anger, worry, fear, and depression there is a discussion on the key elements, main/secondary organs, type of emotion, Zàng Fǔ patterns, treatment/explanation, along with a combined point combination using the emotion treatment with one of the EEV.

For pensiveness and anxiety, the structure is the same apart from the combined emotion treatment with the EEV. For these two emotions, they each get a Yáng and Yīn point combination. The Yáng combination is for the acute phase and the Yīn combination is for the chronic phase.

 

Module 6

  • Review of module 1 including the Eight Extraordinary Vessels definition, overview, function, when to use, opening and coupled points and warning; module 2 review including Rèn Mài and Dū Mài images, opening/coupled points and functions; module 3 review including Chōng Mài and Dài Mài images, opening/coupled points and functions; module 4 review including Yáng Qiāo Mài images, opening/coupled points and functions.
  • Module 4 review including Yáng Qiāo Mài, Yīn Qiāo Mài, Yáng Wéi Mài, and Yīn Wéi Mài images, opening/coupled points and functions; module 5 review including the Eight Extraordinary Vessels for regulating emotions, stress and mental health, specifically anger, pensiveness, worry, fear, depression, and anxiety.

The Eight Extraordinary Vessels and the associated acupuncture point combinations will be reviewed. With so much content discussed in the first five modules, this final module gives the viewer a chance to process and consolidate the knowledge shown. This will also guide the viewer towards the focal points that will be assessed in the short answer and multiple-choice questions.

D7 Presenter: 
David Hartmann

Working with Dreams in Chinese Medicine: Therapeutic Application of Dreams

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$75.00
Price: $75.00
Live Event
07/12/2020 - 08:00 to 12:30
Pacific Standard Time PST/PDT (Vancouver BC, Los Angeles CA)
Live Online Webinar

Early-bird price $75 until July 12th. Regular rate $99.99.

Even if you cannot make the scheduled time for the live webinar, you will still be able to watch the recordings. Video recordings of the live webinar are placed into your account within 48 hours of the class, so the course will be waiting for you to watch when you are ready.
Live webinars fulfil all 50 hours of live CEUs for California. You have 2 years access to the recording to complete for CEU/PDA.
 

Live Webinar: 8:00 am PDT, Sunday, July 12th, 2020.
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Working with Dreams in Chinese Medicine: Therapeutic Application of Dreamsimmediately after purchaseuntil 07/12/2022 - 23:59
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Program Description
Dream interpretation has been an integral part of Classical Chinese Diagnosis as evidenced in the Neijing and Ling Shu.
Through dreams, the Hun-Ethereal soul helps release accumulated pathogenic factors from external climatic causes, dietary or internal non-expressed emotions.

The ancient Chinese understanding of dreams combined with modern concepts of neuroscience and psychiatry provide a very powerful diagnostic and therapeutic tool.

Goals and Outlines

  • Neuro-science of Dreaming
  • Chinese energetics of Dreams: movement of Wei Qi; Hun ≈ Ethereal soul; Shen ≈ Spirit/ mind; state of Blood
  • Dreams in the Chinese medical tradition: Su Wen and Ling Shu
  • Dream categories according to Daoist and Confucian traditions
  • The role of the Liver and Hun in the dreaming process
  • Processing Emotions through Dreams
  • Physiological and psychological interpretation of dreams and proposed acupuncture protocols
  • Overview of TCM patterns involving Sleep and Dreams
  • Non-Rem dreams; parasomnia: sleep walking, sleep talking, etc.
  • D7 Presenter: 
    Hamid D. Montakab