There are aspects of East Asian medicine that touch on the frameworks of Buddhism, Daoism, Shamanism, and Alchemy. What’s more the lenses of philosophy, psychology, spirituality, and cosmology also can come into play when we consider the nature of the channels and points.
Touching on existential questions and potentials for healing transformation, our guest in this episode, Zac Lui, discusses the Five Phases and channel dynamics from a perspective you’ve likely not considered. And touches on the cultivation of consciousness and how it’s helpful to rid ourselves of limiting beliefs.
Listen to this conversation that offers a shamaic and esoteric perspective regarding the integration of different paradigms into your understanding and practice of medicine.
- Chinese medicine, meridians, acupuncture
- Buddhist concepts and esoteric Buddhism related to meridians and healing
- Spirit model vs energy model vs psychology model
- Cultivation and developing capabilities/options as a practitioner
- Treating patients using meridians, acupuncture points, needle order
- Exorcism and releasing attachments
- The role of fear and wisdom in relation to kidneys in Chinese medicine
- Resources for learning more about esoteric concepts related to Chinese medicine
Palpation is a crucial diagnostic step. To confirm the accuracy of your diagnosis, it's valuable to apply acupressure or channel palpation and observe if there's any reduction in the symptoms related to the chief complaint within 1-2 minutes.
Zachary, R.Ac, MMQ, is a leading expert in Eastern metaphysics. He is a Shaman-Folk Priest, Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac), and Master of Medical Qigong (MMQ). In addition, he is a Usui Reiki Master Teacher, a Certified trainer from the Results Over Image Institute, studying directly from Andrieh Vitimus for several years and has specialized in Pure Land Buddhist and Daoist magics and is an international radio co-host (ddtrh.com).
Zachary also has trained in Shaolin Kungfu and Internal Martial Arts such as Yang Taiji Chuan and Baguazhang. Currently, Zachary teaches Classical Chinese Medicine, Qigong, Usui Reiki, Meditation, and Stillness. He is considered a powerful folk priest by his peers in the community.