Our guru describes the benefits gleaned from meditating, the key insight being that meditation helps you consciously face life.
Our guru begins to describe the ways in which we can meditate.
In this video our guru tells us about the importance of breathing. Breathing is at the heart of all meditation.
This video outlines how by taking time out of your day just to sit and breath you'll feel much healthier.
In this video our host explains the second type of meditating which involves feeling all the feelings of your body.
Our guru explains that by focusing on our body as a whole during meditation, we are doing the highest form of self love.
The third type of meditation she describes in focusing on a particular thing.
In this video our guru begins to describe the practice of sitting and pondering.
Our guru explains that by day dreaming, we are able to tap into our unconscious minds.
In this experiment, PM2.5 and carbon monoxide levels in a room are tested before and after the lighting of a cigarette.
This video is a demonstration of acupoint selection.
The host has some fun with acupuncture and the guest's needles are eventually removed.
Acupuncturist Mr. He only needs to insert a needle into one spot to treat a case of knee joint pain. Where will it be?
This video explains the origin of the term, "Windy Mansion."
This video demonstrates acupuncture insertion into the "Windy Mansion" acupoint.
Just like many things, acupuncture is about quality, not quantity.
This video introduces another acupoint, the "Chungwan," further supporting the principle that "All it takes is one needle."
Mastering the use of the acupoints takes decades of practice.
A professor discusses human emotions and how they share a close and interconnected relationship with our internal organs.
Professor Fan discusses the relationship between the liver and anger and its correlation with the irritability experienced by females during menstruation.
Professor Fan discusses the relationship between thought and the digestive system and why drivers who drive long distances have gastric problems.
Professor Fan discusses grief and the lungs as well as how immense fear affects our ability to control the kidneys.
Professor Fan discusses how extreme changes in emotion can damage the "Qi" in the five viscera.
Professor Fan explains why you must anger someone to the point of tears during an argument.