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I Forgive but I don’t Forget

Have you ever had one of those days where everything seemed to come crashing down over your ears?  I certainly have had my share of these moments.  My fall back position used to always reason in the end that, “I will try harder. I will work harder.  I will pay more attention.” Finally, after years of neglect- I decided to  take the help and advice  from my grandmother, my parents, my uncles and aunts and my tribal elders.  In addition, I have actually chosen to listen to the very suggestions and advice I pass onto to my family, friends, patients, to the not-so-nice people and complete strangers alike.  Yet, on a day like today,  I still relate to Boxer, the Horse in the epic novel, Animal Farm.

BaZi Horse GroundSpring

I will work harder.

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BaZi Acupuncture

In the last several years I began a research project that involves rethinking some fundamental concepts of the evaluation and application of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.  My focus has not been trying to ‘downgrade’ or judge the way people do acupuncture in the United States.  My goal is not to limit acupuncture to a form of “physical medicine.”  Rather, my focus has been to develop a set of practical, clinically tested acupuncture protocols in the treatment of pain.

BaZi Acupuncture

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