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Pairing the Extraordinary Vessels with the Primary Channels and Zangfu - Part One

Pairing the Extraordinary Vessels with the Primary Channels and Zangfu - Part One
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Volume 6 Issue 3 - Winter 2011

by Thomas Richardson


This article is an exploration of correspondences between the extraordinary vessels and the primary channels and zangfu, and posits that there may exist a direct relationship between them. This is the next segment of an emerging theoretical model (Extraordinary Chinese Medicine) that examines the foundational place of the extraordinary vessels within the channel and organ systems, as well as the possible relationships of the extraordinary vessels and the extraordinary fu to the evolution of consciousness and Daoist cosmology.

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