Shadow Resolution in Chinese Medicine: Streaming

The 七 情 qi qing/seven emotions of humanity originate from attraction and aversion; if there is excessive inclination towards one of them there is imbalance, the prevailing of one and defeat of the other;
神 shen and 志 zhi easily end up in disorder. If 神 shen and 志 zhi are imbalanced evils establish themselves as a result, and 鬼 gui/ghosts are generated in the heart. Therefore one who has aversion inside sees
aversion, he who has envy sees envy, he who has suspicion will see suspicion. He who has trepidation will see trepidation, and this not only in illnesses, but in dreams. This means if 志 zhi has aversion for
something it thinks is on the outside, qi and blood are disordered internally, and it is as though there were spirits and ghosts.” Zhang Jing-yue (1563–1640)

We may understand repression as resistance to wholesome integrative change. The consequences of denial are written as symptom in both flesh and function. Shadow as stasis in early developmental
stages impedes the healthy consolidation of later stages of development.

In this Online class we will examine the dynamics of repression as they manifest in multiple forms of shadow in the terms of Chinese physiology. We will focus on identifying shadow and its resolution through the
therapeutic relationship, herbal medicine, and acupuncture. Shadow will be differentiated according to the Five-Elements and their related pathogens.

We will take a deep dive into the subtle realms of Chinese medicine and this course will be developmental for those who edge with it.

YOU WILL LEARN:

1. To identify shadow and discern the difference between introjects, projects, and split-ego states.

2. The dynamics and physiology of repression in terms of the diaphragm, pathogens, and the Five-Elements

3. How to resolve Shadow through the Therapeutic relationship, herbs, and acupuncture.

4854. Locating shadow in the body by developmental stage and accessing it with Chong, Ren, and Du.

5. How to work with resistance.

6. Chinese medicine as an Integral art and science of human development.

Dates: Friday Through Sunday, October 21st, 22nd, & 23rd, 2022.
Time: 9am-5:30 PM Eastern Time

CA Provider 774
21 CA PDA Applied for accepted by the NCCAOM.

COST

Practitioner: $575.    Early Bird by 9/12/22: $485.

Student: $495.          Early Bird by 9/12/22:  $425. 

Students must be currently enrolled in a degree program leading to professional licensure.

PAYMENT OPTIONS:

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Refund Policy
Course fee less 20% administrative charge is refundable if written notice is received two weeks prior to program date. No refunds will be made after that date.

Shen Ming Seminars reserves the right to reject any registration for any or no reason as long as it is not an unlawful reason.