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The Psycho-Emotional Points according to the Classics of Acupuncture: Philippe Sionneau in New York City - June 8-9, 2002

Did you know Lie Que (Lu 7) does not treat sadness, but excessive joy ? Did you that no ancient text attributes any kind of psychological action to Tai Chong (Liv 3) ? Thus, do you know which is the most efficient point of the liver channel in the treatment of psycho-emotional disorders ? Do you know how the heavenly window points achieve their action in emotional disorders ? Do you know why Bai Hui (GV 20) has an action on psychological disorders caused by an ascendant liver yang ? Do you know that Jie Xi (St 41) is a major psychological point and how it functions ? Do you know which point has the most pertinent action over worries, mental rumination, obsession (spleen related emotions) ?

Do you know what the major classics of acupuncture actually say about the psychological points of the second branch of the bladder channel [Po Hu (Bl 42), Shen Tang (Bl 44), Hun Men (Bl 47), Yi She (Bl 49), Zhi Shi (Bl 52)], and what is their actual clinical efficacy ? At an emotional level, do you know the difference of action between Jian Shi (Per 5) and Nei Guan (Per 6) ? At an emotional level, do you know the difference of action between Shen Men (Ht 7) and Da Ling (Per 7) ?

This seminar will provide a clear answer to all of these basic issues, and to many other issues. For the first time in the Western world, it presents a thorough synthesis of the action of acupuncture points on the psyche, according to the great ancient traditional texts, such as, Zhen Jiu Jia Yi Jing (Book of the ABC of Acupuncture and Moxibustion), Qian Jin Yao Fang (Thousand Gold Pieces Major Formulas), Zhen Jiu Zi Sheng Jing (Book of Acupuncture and Moxibustion to Help Life), Zhen Jiu Da Quan (Sum of Acupuncture and Moxibustion), Shen Ying Jing (Book Consistent with the Heavenly), Zhen Jiu Da Cheng (Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion).

The information provided in this seminar is totally unpublished and is ready for immediate clinical application. It will change your view of psychological disorders treatment by acupuncture and will enable you to achieve better results in this field.

For more information or to sign up, contact:
Soho Herbs & Acupuncture
580 Broadway, Suite 607
New York, NY 10012
phone : 212-219-2887
fax : 212-219-3027
e-mail : sohoha@interport.net

Philippe Sionneau is one of the most active searchers and teachers in the field of Chinese medicine in Europe. He has published a score of books on the subject, in French, English, and Spanish. Both professionals and great specialists of Chinese medicine have unanimously saluted his work. He introduced in the West a lot of previously unpublished fundamental data, particularly in the field of Chinese medicinals and internal medicine.

He is one of the few Westerners who thoroughly studied Chinese medicine in a Chinese university and became a graduate (Official State degree from the People's Republic of China). He reads medical Chinese fluently and his research is only based upon original Chinese texts.

He teaches regularly in France, Switzerland, and Spain, as well as in Canada (Montreal) and the U.S. (new-york). Due to his pedagogy, precise knowledge, exactness, and energy, his teachings are always deeply appreciated by students.

But his main passion is to help people who suffer. His medical practice is based upon the Chinese pattern discrimination, and he uses acupuncture, Chinese medicinals, Chinese dietetics, and Chinese massage. He also tries to teach his patients simple health preserving techniques from Chinese tradition, so that each one of them is able to increase his vital potential, in order to prevent disease and gain longevity and well-being.

All information herein provided is for educational use only and not meant to substitute for the advice of appropriate local experts and authorities.
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