As understood in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi is the energy or life force of our body. It is the energy of our meridians, of the food we eat and the universe. Our breathing function plays a big role in regard to Qi in many ways and I’ll explain w...

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, our emotions are an expression of Qi (pronounced "chee") and are a reaction to our external environment, felt internally. 

Although sometimes felt quite strongly, emotions are neither good nor bad. They are s...

Essential oils have been used for thousands of year as part of the practice of aromatherapy. One of which is the essential oil “Frankincense”. It has a number of health benefits:

  • help with relieving chronic stress and anxiety

  • reducing pain &...

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupressure point K27 on your chest is a very effective point for calming psychological states of stress, worry, anxiety, agitation, depression. It can be beneficial in relieving throat pain, chest con...

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