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February 3, 2017

Happy Chinese New Year, Friends!

Chinese New Year is the start of the lunar calendar in China and neighboring Asian countries. It’s the time of new beginnings, a great time to clean out your home, have a bonfire, and burn away any of the remaining residue left behind by the tricks and tribulations you may have experienced in the year of the Fire Monkey, a year which we are now laying to rest.

The rooster, in Chinese astrology, is known for traits such as loyalty, commitment, perseverance, an...

April 1, 2016

One of my patients recently told me, “I love it when you burn that stuff on my arm but I wouldn’t know how to tell people that you use fire in your practice.”

 

First, let’s talk about fire. The “fire” I’m using is a relatively mild form. If you’re picturing a flame thrower, forget about it! As in the picture above, I’m actually using a lighter to light a narrow stick of incense so that I can then use the incense to gently ignite a small pyramid of Chinese herbs pressed together and set atop...

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