Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine

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Protocol: Helping the Lungs During Fires

30 Aug, 2020
How are the fires out your way? So much trauma, new and revisited, as we now struggle to breathe the air with hundreds and hundreds of fires burning at once:

The Heart as the Unifier

25 Jun, 2020
As we approach summer, the season of the Heart (Fire Element), there is so much going on in the world around us that could trouble our hearts. In the view of Classical Chinese Medicine the primary function of the Heart is to open our awareness of unity and to help us to experience connection and community. The Heart is the “unifier” and is said to define our humanity. It is the home of our spirit. Especially in times of discord it is our hearts that yearn for unity. The Summer Solstice is the point where yin and yang come together and it is said that this is where the Heart sits, at this point of the unity of the yin and yang energies. The analytical mind divides, it perceives from the perspective of good or bad/beneficial or detrimental. The Heart recognizes the unity of everything, that there is purpose in everything and that all experiences are vehicles for transformation. The Heart is said to be the “voice of sacredness” that helps us to connect with our true humanity.

Acutonics®: Art and Spirit

1 Aug, 2018
From the one came the two, the Yin and the Yang. From the two came the many. This is the Taoist story of creation. The “many” encompasses all the things of the Universe. From the one source, the physical, material reality that we experience through our senses came into being as well as the vibrational, unseen reality that surrounds and infuses us. Source energy is at the core of all things. It is the “things” and what exists in the spaces between the things.