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The Chinese Five Elements as a Metaphor for Life

Five Element theory provides many metaphors for understanding life’s processes and the ebbs and flows of the cycles of life. Accunect supplies the tools to use Chinese Five Element theory, and to bring balance to your physical health, emotional issues … Continue reading

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Ask Dr. Ka’imi

What can and can’t you safely say when clients ask “How many sessions will it take?” Nobody else (doctors, physio’s, etc.) can say for sure when someone will get better, and it is unethical to try and create a kind of … Continue reading

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From Winter to Spring

Each of the seasons correspond to one of the Chinese Five Elements and the associated movements of contraction and expansion for each element capture our stages of psychological expression. Wood corresponds to spring and represents rebirth, re-growth and new beginnings. … Continue reading

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Face Your Fear and Do it Anyway

When you think of water, what is the image that comes to mind? A quiet babbling brook? Raging river? Cool glass ready for drinking? Or maybe it is your local swimming pool. Whatever the image, they have one important thing … Continue reading

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Angry? Why Not?

All of the emotions play a necessary role in our life, and our challenge is to learn to express all of them well. Imbalanced emotional expression is one of the primary causes of both physical and psychological disease in Chinese … Continue reading

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