Public Library Articles
by Roger Jahnke, OMD, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
||Excerpt © Roger Jahnke OMD
Embodied Science of Physical, Energetic, Emotional and Spiritual
Empowerment -- Report of Dr. Jahnke's presentation at Subtle Energies
and the Realms of Mind - Esalen Center for Theory and Research
|As a long time practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, Tai Chi, and Qigong, Roger Jahnke’s presentation contrasted Eastern and Western ways of looking at subtle energy and the uncharted mind and discussed the validity of the ancient Chinese scientific method.
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Ourselves & Others
In traditional Chinese medicine the most effective
way to insure and sustain health or to promote recovery and healing
is to manage, enhance and cultivate, this vital resource. These
ancient masters developed personal health practices called Qigong,
which enhance and balance Qi within the human system. Although
these Qigong systems are numerous and diverse, the practices can
be divided into two varieties: personal practice and Qi transmission
Who Embraces Simplicity
A Father of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Master
Ge had a strong influence on the development of traditional Chinese
medicine. In particular he influenced the aspect of medicine related
to enhancing health and longevity, called "to nourish and
refine the righteous". He is most renowned, however, for
his work as an alchemist, constantly exploring immortality and
elixirs from both internal and external sources.
Effects of Qigong, Tai Chi and Yoga
||An in-depth discussion of the three major areas of
physiological mechanisms initiated and enhanced by Qi Gong and Yoga/Pranayama
|The Wellness Based Health Care System
||"The most profound medicine is produced naturally in the human body - for free!" This is the innovative foundation of a very low cost health care system. There are many ways to turn on (activate, create, maximize) the internal medicine.