Healing With Fire

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Healing With Fire

Postby Fa Dao » Mon Mar 19, 2012 2:49 am

Was wondering if the Tibetan style moxibustion taught in this book could be incorporated into a Chinese medicine practice?
"But if you know how to observe yourself, you will discover your real nature, the primordial state, the state of Guruyoga, and then all will become clear because you will have discovered everything"-Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche
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Re: Healing With Fire

Postby Josef » Tue Mar 27, 2012 8:34 pm

I would think so.
Moxibustion is an incredibly versatile therapeutic practice.
When Namdrol suggested I use it for my knee post surgery I was shocked by how helpful it was.
It has also greatly benefited my wifes chronic pain due to injuries she suffered as an elite gymnast.
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Re: Healing With Fire

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