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2017 SEMINAR & PUBLIC LECTURE ANNOUNCED

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Master Jeffrey C. Yuen will be back in Ireland next October 2017 to continue with his series of seminars on the 12 Primary Channels

The seminar is the fourth conference in the series on the Primary Channels from the perspective of Classical Chinese Medicine. The topic for this next seminar is The Kidney & San Jiao Channels  

This seminar takes place over the weekend of Saturday 14th and & Sunday 15th rd October 2017.

This is a unique opportunity for you to experience the channel systems of acupuncture, as they ought to be learned – from the Classical Perspective of Chinese Medicine.

About Jeffrey C Yuen

Daoist Priest and world-renowned Scholar of Daoism and Chinese Medicine, Master Jeffrey C. Yuen continues to share his extraordinary insights into the 12 Primary Channels with a greater emphasis on the importance of the sequence of the channels and the clinical significance of their progression from the Lung Channel to the Liver Channel. More focus is placed on the philosophical and spiritual aspects of the channels and their acupuncture points and with greater intonation on these channels from the perspective of wellness, self-cultivation and healing!

Seminar Details:

The Kidney & Sanjiao Channels of Classical Chinese Acupuncture

The Kidney & San Jiao Channels of Classical Chinese Medicine with Jeffrey C. Yuen

Venue: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin


Date: Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th October 2017, All Day
, Each Day

Cost: 325.00 EUR

The Kidney & San Jiao Channels of Classical Chinese Medicine

The Kidney Channel

Within the perspective of the primary channels of acupuncture, the Kidney meridian reflects the deepest layer of human energetics – the inherited, congenital, and constitutional level. Understanding its dynamics affords the clinician access to genetic and epigenetic information which can foster a patient’s ability to further learn about his or her illness in the scheme of life and its predestined tendencies. From a philosophical perspective within Chinese medicine, Kidneys represent the Water element, which signifies completion — the maturity and ripening (at times, the dying process) – within the cycles of life and evolution. In addition, Water conveys the substantiation of the spirit in the physical realm and its qualities of flow, erosion, and depth. This weekend seminar will explore the significance and poetry of the Kidney channel via its sequence, trajectories, and point energetics.

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The San Jiao (Triple Heater) Channel

San Jiao is one of the most elusive concepts within Chinese medicine. Conveying mystery due to its lack of substantiation, it is often conceived as the intricate balance or “states” between the form and the formless. It’s principles and theories have been influenced by the Yijing (Book of Changes), Chinese alchemy, and the practice of qigong. The channel appears in the sequence of the primary meridians after visitation to the constitutional level and acknowledgement of the heart pains endemic in human existence. As such, the San Jiao channel offers insight into the cultivation techniques crucial for the resolution of our mental-emotional attachments and affords us the opportunity to recognize the impermanence/formlessness intrinsic in the material/physical realm. This weekend seminar will explore the significance of the San Jiao channel via its sequence, trajectories, and point energetics, along with its relevance to everyday life.

Public Lecture Details:

WuJi Qigong

WuJi QigongWuji is conceptually associated with nothingness evolving into or out of somethingness in Daoism. Among its qualities, WuJi includes the notion of non-attachment to any “form,” the process of letting go (sometimes referred to as wang-forgetting), and the perceptual “sensation” of being all “things.” The paradox in Daoism has been utilising approaches to “attain” nothingness (WuJi) through somethingness. One such approach has been through the practice of meditative qigong developed by various Daoist lineages. This evening, participants will be introduced to the practice of WuJi Qigong based on the Shangqing Daoist tradition.

WuJi Qigong with Jeffrey C. Yuen

Venue: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin


Date: Friday 13th October 2017, 7PM – 9PM

Cost: 30.00 EUR

WuJi Qigong