Treatment, from the Inside

Remember the movie Minority Report?  Everybody had those computer screens projected into mid-air so you could stand in the middle […]

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Frustration

It’s One of Those Days.  Things aren’t going according to plan.  The Internet connection isn’t working.  Appointments are mixed up.  […]

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Kids in Action

Remember being a kid?  In the Midwest, in a relatively well-to-do town, it’s easy to be nostalgic.  I always enjoyed […]

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Stages

What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three legs at night?  Yea, yea, […]

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Nature vs. Nurture

This past Monday I had a rare opportunity: I returned to Miller Woods, part of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, where […]

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Refueling

I just planned my first big trip in a few years- the process was fun, daunting, worrisome and exciting.  And […]

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Boxed In

A few people I’ve talked with recently have had concerns when talking about Five-Phase theory and children.  The big question […]

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Fear

Each Phase has its own emotions.  Generally there is one we would consider positive and one we would consider negative.  […]

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Yang within Yin

We’ve just passed the shortest day of the year, and this is an important moment of transition in Chinese Medicine.  […]

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How to Tell, More or Less

Last week one of my readers asked an excellent question: once you understand which Phase you fit into, how do […]

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