As you all know, I’m in school studying my little heart out to become a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). If you’ve followed this blog for any amount of time, then you know that I tend to write about what I’m doing in my life, and this blog has seen me through most of my major life events. I have really wanted to write about what I’ve been learning in my program because TCM integrates with my worldview so well in terms of how humans exist. We are not a sum of our parts. We are so much more than that, and TCM accounts for that in its treatment modalities while also acknowledging that there are parts to consider, too. In other words, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts, but the parts exist within the whole and exercise great influence on the whole in its unique context.
So, I started another blog wherein I could write about what I’m learning in TCM medical school along with other significant topics that I’ve been asked about related to health and healing; topics that simply don’t fit well on this blog.
If you are interested in that, then you can find me wearing that particular hat in the blogosphere here: Principles of Healing.
And, once again, I thank all of you for reading. I made it through the last three years, in part, because I could come here and write. I can’t thank you enough. I wish all of you every wonderful thing…