Chinese Medicine Times : Keeping You Informed

Chinese Medicine Times : Keeping You Informed

UK FlagYou are visiting our UK site. Click here to view our US site

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

Pairing the Extraordinary Vessels with the Primary Channels and Zangfu - Part Two
Special Offer
CMT 2012

by Thomas Richardson

Introduction

In the last issue of Chinese Medicine Times, I introduced a perspective that pairs the extraordinary vessels with the primary channels and zangfu in a one-to-one correspondence. In that article, I examined the relationship between the first three paired primary channels and zangfu of the horary clock (Lung-Large Intestine; Stomach-Spleen; Heart-Small Intestine, corresponding to the time period from 3am-3pm) to the three extraordinary vessels that form the quiescent state (ren mai-chong mai-du mai), as well as the relationship of both systems to the vertical axis (the connection between Heaven, Earth, and Humanity). In this article I will continue this exploration, turning now to examine the three pairs of primary channels and zangfu that correspond to the second half of the horary clock (Bladder-Kidneys; Pericardium-San Jiao; Gall Bladder-Liver, corresponding to the time period from 3pm-3am) and their relationship to the remaining extraordinary vessels: qiao, wei, and dai mai, respectively. After examining the correspondences between them, we will look at the relationship of both systems to the processes of the horizontal axis and transcendence.
Quantity:
Tax is not applicable to those living outside the European Economic Community. For more info click here.
Now: £1.50 (£1.80 inc. tax)
Was: £4.50
Save: £3.00
Saved: 66.67%!
This is a PDF version of the free article available from the website. Once purchased, a download link will be emailed to you. It is also possible to download from within your account. The ability to download this product will expire after 14 days.
Email This Page
Discuss This

Customer Reviews

There are currently no reviews for this ebook. Be the first!

Review this ebook...

Subscribe To CMT

Shopping Basket

Your basket is empty!

Recently Viewed Login Register

Change Language

Change Currency

Subscribe to our RSS Feed Chinese Medicine Times Facebook Fan Page Chinese Medicine Times Twitter Page Chinese Medicine Times Linkedin Page Email a friend about this website
  • Chinese Herbal Formulas: Treatment Principles and Composition Strategies
  • Cupping Advert General
  • The Treatment of Pain with Chinese Herbs and Acupuncture, 2nd edition
  • AcuGlide Needle Offer
  • Acumaster Offer
  • Vinco Needle Offer
  • Viva Offer

Events Calendar

Korean Hand Therapy with Jong Baik in London 04/09/2014-09/09/2014

Korean Hand Therapy (KHT) is unique when compared to other hand reflexology... [more]

Master Tung Acupuncture Parts 1&2 with Philip Weeks - Novemeber 7th/8th

A very practical 2 day workshop with lots of practise!. Tung Acupuncture is well known for its quick and spontaneous results... [more]

View Events Calendar

From Our Store

Pointer Pulse II

Pointer Pulse II

Pointer Pulse II dual pro...
Cancer

Cancer

by Stephen Gascoigne
The I Ching Handbook

The I Ching Handbook

by Edward Hacker
C&G CQ Needles without guide tubes (200)

C&G CQ Needles without guide tubes (200)

C&G CQ Needles without gu...