New Resources for Practitioners of Oriental Medicine

Singing Dragon’s publishing program in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine continues to expand. Here we have posted a collection of useful new books and resources for practitioners in these areas. To see a complete listing, click here.

Eight Extraordinary Channels - Qi Jing Ba MaiEight Extraordinary Channels – Qi Jing Ba Mai
A Handbook for Clinical Practice and Nei Dan Inner Meditation

Dr. David Twicken, DOM, LAc

“Eight Extraordinary Channels is an insightful and eminently practical presentation of the core meridians in the human body that hold most of life’s potential. It covers the eight channels in theory, clinical application, and Daoist self-cultivation. Clear and systematic, the book is a potent resource for anyone involved in Chinese medicine.”
– Livia Kohn, PhD, Professor Emerita of Religion and East Asian Studies, Boston University   Find out more…

Gold Mirrors and Tongue ReflectionsGold Mirrors and Tongue Reflections
The Cornerstone Classics of Chinese Medicine Tongue Diagnosis – The Ao Shi Shang Han Jin Jing Lu, and the Shang Han She Jian

Ioannis Solos
Forewords by Professor Liang Rong and Professor Chen Jia-xu

“A fascinating look at the ancient theoretical underpinnings to Chinese medicine tongue diagnosis, with great relevance for today.”
– Steven Clavey, Editor of The Lantern Journal of Chinese Medicine and Chinese medicine practitioner, Melbourne, Australia   Find out more…

Pocket Handbook of Particularly Effective Acupoints for Common Conditions Illustrated in ColorPocket Handbook of Particularly Effective Acupoints for Common Conditions Illustrated in Color
Guo Changqing and Zhaiwei Liu Naigang

This book provides a practical guide to the key acupuncture points that aid the treatment of many common conditions. It covers the most important acupuncture points located on the fourteen meridians, from the five-shu points to the confluence points of the eight extraordinary vessels. With full color illustrations, it offers practical information on the locations, functions and indications for the points and how they should be needled or otherwise treated.   Find out more…

Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches -- TianGan DiZhiHeavenly Stems and Earthly Branches — TianGan DiZhi
The Keys to the Sublime
Master Zhongxian Wu and Dr. Karin Taylor Wu

This set of study cards decodes some of the fundamental messages from the 22 GanZhi symbols. The Chinese character and key characteristics of each Stem or Branch are shown, providing invaluable insights into their symbolic and numerological meanings. This accessible learning tool will help deepen understanding of classical Chinese medicine, Qigong, Neigong, Taiji, and other inner cultivation practices.   Find out more…

The Great IntentThe Great Intent
Acupuncture Odes, Songs and Rhymes

Richard Bertschinger

“If you love Chinese medicine, read this book. You will actually feel that you are part of a centuries-old tradition. In a way, it’s a bit like having the handouts from a Ming dynasty college. But it’s more. Richard, in a labor of love, conveys across centuries some of that ineffable ‘stuff’ called wisdom.”
– John Hicks, joint principal and co-founder of the College of Integrated Chinese   Find out more…

Heavenly StreamsHeavenly Streams
Meridian Theory in Nei Gong

Damo Mitchell
Foreword by Rob Aspell

“Damo’s explanations and insights are indispensable. Whether you are just beginning your journey of personal development with an interest in philosophical and spiritual thought, or even if you are a fully qualified practitioner of Chinese medicine, Heavenly Streams will certainly enrich your practice.”
– from the foreword by Rob Aspell, Practitioner of Chinese Medicine and the Daoist Arts   Find out more…

Also of interest . . .

Click here for a complete listing of our titles in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.


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