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The 5 Elements

Explore the rich traditions of Chinese medicine and how they impact your daily life.

“New Year, New You” is Wrong

Learn to Live with Yourself + with the Seasons

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Why You're Awesome or Awful at Planning

Use the 5 Elements to Discover Personal Strengths and Weaknesses

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Why The Seasons Are Important In Our Lives

A 5 Element Chinese Medicine Perspective

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Why We Should Love Winter and Embrace the Dark and Cold

How the Natural World Influences Our Behavior

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The Missing 5th Season and Its Incredible Importance In Your Life

How To Be Engaged With The Natural World Around You

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More on the 5 Elements

Diagnosing Level in 5 Element Acupuncture Get to the root imbalance and help your patients heal

Diagnosing Level in 5 Element Acupuncture Get to the root imbalance and help your patients heal

One of the main differences between 5 element and TCM is diagnosing and treating the level of your patients’ dis-ease.

In 5e, it’s crucial for the practitioner to ascertain on which level – body, mind, or spirit – their patient’s discomfort is primarily located during every treatment.

Here’s how and why we need to diagnose level for our patients to get the best treatment outcomes.

Why You Need to Know Your Own Elements As a Practitioner Enhance your clinical abilities and your own health

Why You Need to Know Your Own Elements As a Practitioner Enhance your clinical abilities and your own health

As practitioners, we know that our role is to help our patients heal. 

What many of us often overlook is how our own health and internal balance contributes to our patients’ progress.

The 5 elements are an excellent tool to help you understand your patients, but also to increase your insight into yourself.

Here’s how knowing your own elements as a practitioner can enhance your clinical abilities and lead to happier, healthier patients. 

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