The Lessons of the Master Jeffrey Yuen, a cura di Emilio Simongini and Leda Bultrini, this is a series that collects the lectures given annually, since 1997, by the Master Jeffrey Yuen at the centro Studi Xin Shu of Rome.
The relevance of the series is increased by the circumstance that the Master Yuen has chosen not to fix his thought and his teaching in written works, entrusting their distribution exclusively to the interpretation of his disciples.
Tenth lesson: ENDOCRINOLOGY in the Chinese Classic Medicine
- Endocrinology in Medicine Classical Chinese
- Model fisiopatlogico
- The relationship between fluids and blood
- Orbit microcosmic taoist
- Working with the pathology of the fluids in Mecina Classical Chinese
- The etiology of the hormonal imbalances
- Recommendations therapeutic base
- Appendices - The card of Dr. Simongini
The introduction of the curators:
The endocrinology can be a useful bridge between the two drugs so different. Indeed, it is the branch of modern medicine in which the more we approach, in the west, to the overall vision that you have as a rule in oriental medicine. The hormonal system is, by definition, a system of functional relations and sophisticated mechanisms of adjustment, equilibrium and homeostasis, in which an organ produces substantial effects in a zone far away of the body and change in an interdependent. The matter, therefore, lends itself naturally to the explanations in the key energy and functional, without encountering the resistance of the part “scientific”, in any western doctor, it is always surveying with suspicion the flow of information.
The master Jeffrey Yuen teaches us to consider the hormones such as the constituents of a particular form of bodily fluids, which circulate in the body and determine the most important effects on the nutrition and maintenance of tissues.
The therapeutic strategies, therefore, will be oriented to ensure adequate production of these fluids and their proper circulation, paying close attention to all the symptoms that may reveal where the mechanism is altered, and to all the phenomena of compensation that the body puts in the work.
Pantry, and. Xin Shu 2009, 111pp.