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Reid integrates a myriad of highly complex concepts and translates them to the reader with simplicity and clarity. As always, Daniel Reid delivers thorough taoist work. How lucky we are to have this great taoist teacher who is able to explain highly sophisticated taoist items with ease!

Reid integrates a myriad of highly complex concepts and translates them to the reader with simplicity and clarity. I highly recommend this book to my colleagues, patients, and anyone interested in the path of Chinese health and healing. -Christina Stemmler, . President, American Academy of Medical Acupuncture.

The three treasures of the title are the essence (physical body), energy and spirit which are the basic components of human life

The three treasures of the title are the essence (physical body), energy and spirit which are the basic components of human life. The book is about the dangers to these treasures and how to protect them and involves changes to lifestyle.

The man’s dark eyes were locked, fixed forward in disbelief. Anya had never seen such an empty, dreadful look in her father’s eyes before. Anya had never seen such an empty, dreadful look in her father’s eyes before hite slate was frozen on her father’s face. It was haunting to the point of hellishness, she thought, continuing to peer into the book-laden room where her parents sat close together. Her strained eyes saw plainly the strong hands of her father shaking as he reached to encase the delicate white hands of her mother.

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Published by Pocket Books (2001). Reid, Daniel P. Published by Simon & Schuster Ltd (1993). ISBN 10: 0671711466 ISBN 13: 9780671711467. ISBN 10: 074340906X ISBN 13: 9780743409063.

From Daniel Reid’s book Guarding The Three Treasures. Like essence and energy, spirit has its pristine primordial aspects and its conditioned temporal aspects. Primordial spirit is also known as the Mind of Tao, is the original source of all consciousness, the flame of primal awareness that lights up the mind. It is eternal, indestructible, and immortal, but soon after birth it becomes dormant through social conditioning and the constant distractions of temporal life

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Complete Book of Chinese Health and Healing : Guarding the Three Treasures, Paperback by Reid, Daniel; Chou, Dexter; Huang, Jony (ILT), ISBN 1570620717, ISBN-13 9781570620713, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Introduces the traditional Chinese approach to health and healing, explaining practices for maintaining good health, techniques of diagnosis, and methods of treatment. The Essence of Chi-Gung: a Handbook of Basic Forms for Daily Practice by Daniel P. Complete Book of the Essence and Application of Taijiquan by Yang Cheng Fu (Paperback, 2005).

The Way of Tao is the way of harmony with nature, a dynamic balance of yin and yang. Maintaining this balance in your own mind and body will strengthen your immune system and build up your general health. Whereas Western medicine attempts to fix the affected body part or organ when something goes wrong, Chinese medicine takes a holistic and preventative approach and lets you take charge, through diet and exercises, of your mental and physical wellbeing.
Guarding the Three Treasures download epub
Alternative Medicine
Author: Daniel Reid
ISBN: 074340906X
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Alternative Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Pocket Books (August 6, 2001)
Pages: 496 pages