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from May 15, 2020

Self-Compassion: Softening Into Our True Nature

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Thomas Richardson
Thomas Richardson
 

Self-Compassion: Softening Into Our True Nature

with Thomas Richardson

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from May 15, 2020

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Overview

In response to the suffering and trauma that is inherent in life, many of us create defense mechanisms that can harden into deeply conditioned patterns of how we relate to ourselves, others, and the world around us. To return to our true nature of compassion, wisdom, and love, we must cultivate self-compassion through consciously deciding to soften – softening our physical body, emotions, and minds. As we do so, our innate nature effortlessly arises. This is a talk followed by a guided meditation.



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Thomas Richardson

Thomas Richardson

Thomas Richardson is a practitioner, scholar, and teacher of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. His first book, Extraordinary Chinese Medicine: The Extraordinary Vessels, Extraordinary Organs, and the Art of Being Human, examines the relationship of the Extraordinary Vessels and Organs to Daoist cosmology and the evolution of consciousness.


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Meditation & Qi Gong



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Mind Body Spirit
Guided meditation
Mental Health
Compassion


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from May 8, 2020

Trauma

The Diagnostic Truth Lies in the Uninterrupted Story of the Patient

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Martha Lucas
Martha Lucas
 

Trauma

The Diagnostic Truth Lies in the Uninterrupted Story of the Patient

with Martha Lucas

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from May 8, 2020

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Overview

Elements of old trauma can be relived with sensory and emotional intensity. Even so, the patients often do not have a clear recollection or precise memory about what happened. But their body does. Energetic patterns set up in the body can “run” the system. Once you discover the patterns, they can be unraveled with acupuncture.



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Martha Lucas

Martha Lucas

Dr. Lucas holds a Ph.D. in Research Psychology as well as her degree in Chinese Medicine. She teaches courses worldwide including Pulse Diagnosis Biofeedback and Balancing, Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System, unique point prescriptions, acupressure, and herbalism. She is passionate about empowering practitioners with the skills to make correct diagnoses.


Categories

Acupuncture
Theory
Pulse Diagnosis



Tags

Energetic Blocks
Acupuncture
Herbal Formulas
Trauma
Energy


Recording

from April 22, 2020

The Treatment of Traumatized and Highly Sensitive Patients with Gentle Japanese Acupuncture Techniques

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Bob Quinn
Bob Quinn
 

The Treatment of Traumatized and Highly Sensitive Patients with Gentle Japanese Acupuncture Techniques

with Bob Quinn

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from April 22, 2020

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Overview

In this seminar we will look at trauma and what is unique to traumatized and highly sensitive patients. We will consider relevant ancient and modern sources. Bob Quinn will demonstrate some gentle teishin techniques that can be used to treat these patients effectively. He will also show how these same techniques can be done with a needle. We will discuss the importance of not over treating these highly sensitive patients and how to watch out for that.



Your Teacher

Bob Quinn

Bob Quinn

Bob Quinn, DAOM, L.Ac. has been a full-time Associate Professor of Chinese Medicine at National University of Natural Medicine in Portland since 2009; before that, he taught and supervised at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. He first entered acupuncture practice in 1998 with a master’s degree from OCOM, and later returned to earn his doctoral degree in Chinese medicine in 2008.


Categories

Pain Management
Japanese Style
Acupuncture



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Needle usage
Japanese Style
Treatment
Sensitive Patients
Gentle
Trauma
Teishin Method


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