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Chinese philosophy asserts that our mental attitudes are influenced by two primary forces:
- A complex inner landscape – one that far exceeds modern science’s concept of brain chemistry, and
- The external world – comprised of an ever-changing environment and seasonal cycles that we share among other living creatures and societies.
With this expanded notion of interconnectivity we can understand and appreciate the full spectrum of human experience and all its influences. Emotion, for example, can be seen as a mirror to all that is happening in and around us.
Emotions or mental states considered to be unpleasant, recurring, or difficult to manage can be plainly understood as a reflection of an imbalance in this greater system. For the practitioner, such information provides valuable insight to the specific nature of the imbalance, and how to best restore it.
Imbalance can manifest in several ways, including:
- Fluctuations in mood
- “Foggy brain”
- Poor memory
- Impaired mental alertness
- Lack of focus
Aside from treating with acupuncture and herbal therapy, practitioners will take a thorough inventory of lifestyle, diet, and other activities – all of which are considered critical to the management and ultimate release of negative patterns that have taken residence in the body. Both physical manifestations of imbalances (e.g. digestive upset, shoulder tension) and non-physical (recurring negative thoughts) can be addressed using Chinese medicine.
Common benefits of these sessions include:
- Enhanced mind-body awareness
- Increased mental and emotional resilience
- Peace and stability of mind
- Greater sense of freedom, ease and happiness
A recommended course of therapy will be discussed at your first session.
Contact the clinic to schedule your appointment.