Author: Richard BertschingerPublish On: 2013-05-28
PREFACE 'The Great Intent sweeps up and along all the small intents. Indeed the Great Intent is the province of the great-hearted.' This translation of acupuncture '
Odes, songs and rhymes' is from Books two and Three of the Acupuncture and ...
Author: Richard Bertschinger
Publisher: Singing Dragon
Category: Health & Fitness
Songs and rhymes have been used by physicians for centuries in China as a means of memorising and passing on methods of practice and behaviour, moral attitudes, effective points, diagnostic tips and rules of thumb. These newly translated poems offer a rich insight into the life and thought of these skilled doctors, as well as practical indications for treatment. Contemporary acupuncturists can see from these poems the depths of the tradition, better understand a breadth of diagnostic skills and treatment planning, and as a result greatly improve their appreciation of intent within their own practice. The poems also serve as a gentle introduction to the philosophy behind acupuncture practice. This is the first translation of these acupuncture odes, songs and rhymes from the Great Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion compiled by the Chinese physician Yang Jizhou during late Ming China. The book includes a comprehensive introduction that places the work in historical, cultural, and medical context, a symptom index, a point index glossary and a list of helpful points for common signs and symptoms encountered in acupuncture and physiotherapy clinics.
Author: William GUTHRIE (Minister of the Gospel at New Kilmarnock.)Publish On: 1743
... joyned a Fervency of Spirit in Prayer , whereof the Scripture speakech ; the
Soul is hot and bended , y and very intent . THERE is also ordinarily in this
Liberty , a fpecial Melting of the Heart , often joined with a great Measure of the
Spirit of ...
Author: William GUTHRIE (Minister of the Gospel at New Kilmarnock.)
The sinner , then , is one whose great intent or purpose of heart is to strive after
selfish worldly good — while the godly man , or the Christian , is one whose great
ruling intent is to serve God , that he may secure the salvation of his soul .
Author: New York (State). Legislature. AssemblyPublish On: 1867
... and though we should allow that in some few instances the work may fail of its great intent , still , in any fair aspect of ... the bargain appears to us a cheap one ,
and such as the most watchful and faithful custodian of the public interest can ...
Has it a deep moral meaning 2 Is it, or is it not, a great woe-begone poet's
complaint on life and fate, like Maud 2 or does it set forth a poet's insight into the
sources of human encouragement * The author seems to sum up its intent in the
If mighty authors of Greece and Rome , not of great interest to our public in surely
for Englishmen no labour should themselves , they may serve as pre be too great
to give to the still mightier cursors and examples to investigations author of our ...
We were upon ti rrat North R ? wis Company wil : net ..i ** n40 at great length ,
and this I am sure of a willing to contribute . ... them The CHAIRMAN proposedis
only three miles in length , and will cout very tvoroliet : they have tulen in our intent .
We all rejoice that we are to - day a united , patriotic people , intent upon securing
for ourselves and our children matters ... He said : The present occasion is one of great interest and pleasure to the people of New England , for it is the first time ...
Author: Pennsylvania. Constitutional ConventionPublish On: 1873
Why shall this distinction be that great interest has never had a repreinade ? The
counties of Allegheny and sentative in the Halls of our State LegisLuzerne are
not materially different . lature . We have never had a representaWhy , then , this
The versification his career with great interest , and who is what we have
described . It is so bad believes that he only needs more judicious as again and
again to interrupt with dis- self - training and legitimate ambition in orgust what
Author: United States. Pacific Railway CommissionPublish On: 1887
I have got a great interest in the Union Pacific . There is but one man who owns
more in it to - day than I do . I am not afraid of it , and I am not afraid of the
Government , either one ; not a bit . THE INDIVIDUAL INTERESTS IN THE POOL
Author: Central Pacific Railroad CompanyPublish On: 1865
I ask where is the great interest in this country or combination of interests that is to
furnish $ 75 , 000 , 000 ? ... I therefore move to amend by adding to the section
the following “ It is declared to be the true intent and meaning of this section , that
The story got abroad that he had been the great exhibition of 1900 , was intent let
off cheap because he had consented to keep works of peace . That is , no doubt ,
as Russia silence as to the other guilty parties who occupied intends it to be ...
The men of Meyer with fraudulent intent , had become formally inaugurated as
President of the our country , be it said to ... various institutions in the such
eastern institutions are far ahead of great interest in the Soldiers ' Sanitary
It is a question of great interest to merchants largely engaged in foreign trade ,
and one which has received its full share of learned discussion . An insurance is
made in one country , in fraud of the revenue laws of another country .
It is proper at this time to the great interest thou hast manifested in our refer to the
success of what has so often been institution and the faithful manner in which
called our experiment of the co - education of thou hast discharged the duties of
The committee does not intend that section 4 be a requirement of part C. Mr.
Speaker , I read the minority views attached to the committee report on this bill
with great interest . I was immediately struck with two reactions . One was that the
... Enfranchisement Bill , and sirability of some co - operative representatives
finding their the great question of justice to Ireland is in agitation , and way into
the House of Commons , has received attention in the immediate interest of the
day is ...
The tests to be used for each author , and a summary of the results attained , both
for Shakspere and his great competitors ( for great they were , though not so
great ) , I cer - tainly will publish in some way . If not of great interest to our public
310 THE CHEROKEES This interest she never lost : it increased , rather than
decreased with time . ... 8.50 a year . bank of Cayuga Lake , which was never
occupied ; the couple livGreat Britain and Europe .. ing , in the interval , in a
Author: John Michels
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