TCM China:

Self-Therapies for Common Diseases, Traditional Chinese Medicine Books

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14.2cm¡Á20.3cm,

135 pages, 2001. 

ISBN

7-119-02061-7/R.158

Published by Beijing Foreign Languages Press.

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CONTENTS

Preparatory Forms

measurement of the Location of Acupoints

Chapter I The Cerebral and Cardio Vascular System

1. The Exercise for Invigorating the Function of the Brain and Developing Intelligence

2. The exercise of Pressing the Head Repeatedly

3. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoints of the Temples

4. The Exercise for visualising the Acupoints of Yuzhen

5. The exercise of Pressing and Moxibustion of the Tose

6. The Exercise for Nourishing Blood and Tranquilizing the heart

7. The Exercise of Standing to Discharge Rheumatism

8. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoint of Danzhong

9. the Exercise for Visualising the Acupoints of Laogong

10. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoint  of dazhui

11. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoints of Quchi

Chapter ¢¨°Hypertension and Hypotension

1. The Exercise for Lowering Hypertension

2. The Exercise for Visualising and Acupoints of Yongquan

3. The Exercise for curing Hyotension

Chapter ¢¨® the Nervous System

1. The Exercise for Relaxing and Entering into Quiescence

2. The Exercise for Channelling Qi Through the Chest

3. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoint of Baihui

4. The Exercise of Pressing the Acupoint of Tianxin

5. The Exercise for Channelling Qi to cure Isomnia

6. The Exercise of Sitting Cross-Legged to channel the Qi

7. The Exercise of Clenching Fists to Channel the Qi

Chapter ¢ô The Kidney and the Internal Secretion System

1. The Exercise for curing diabetes

2. The Exercise for Channelling Qi by Horizontally circling the Arms

3. The Exercise of Rubbing the Kidneys and Drawing Water

4. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoint of Mingmen

5. The exercise for Strengthening the kidneys

Chapter ¢õThe Liver and  Gallbladder System

1. The Exercise of Therapy in the Field of the Qi

2. The Exercise for Irradiating the Liver and the Gallbladder with the Qi

3. The Exercise for Visualising the Acupoint of Dantian

4. The Exercise of Massaging the Acupoints of Zhangmen

5. The Exercise for producing Sound to Channel the Qi

Chapter ¢ö The Gastroenteric System

1. The exercise of the six-Circle Movement

2. The Exercise for Invigorating the function of the Spleen and the Stomach

3. The Exercise for Irradiating the Acupoint of Danzhong with the Qi

4.The Exercise of Moxibustion at the Acupoint of Shishang

5. The Exercise of Massaging the Abdomen and the Feet

6. The Exercise of Irradiating the Stomach and moving the Toes

7. The Exercise for Channelling the Qi Through the Acupoints of Danshu

8. The Exercise of Lying on the Back to Channel the Qi

9.The exercise for Visualising the Fingers in Standing form

10. The Exercise of Breathing While Bending the Neck Backwards to Channel the Qi

11. The Exercise of Breathing to channel the Qi

12. The Exercise of Rubbing the Feet to Conserve Health

13. The Exercise of Moxibustion at the Point Below the navel

14. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoint of Zhangmen

15. The Exercise of Visualizing the Acupoint of Qihai

16. The Exercise for Inhibiting Over-Frequent Urination

17. The Exercise for Curing Constipation

18. the Exercise of Rubbing the Ribs to Channel the Qi

19. The Exercise of Breathing Like a Tortoise While Lying

20. The Exercise of Moving the Toes  to channel the Qi

Chapter ¢¡Â The Respiratory System

1. The Exercise of Holding the Breath to Channel the Qi

2. The Exercise of Exhaling by coughing to Channel the Qi

3. The Exercise of Regulating the breath to Induce Perspiration

4. The Exercise of Massaging by a Dry Rubdown

5. The Exercise of Pressing the Palms

6. The exercise of Regulating the Breath to Allay Fever

7. The Exercise of Rubbing and Moxibustion on the Abdomen

Chapter ¢ø The Central and Peripherical Nervous System

1. The Exercise of Moving the Vertebra

2. The Exercise of Massaging the Acupoints of Xinshe

3. The Exercise of Turning the Arms to regulate the Breath

4. The exercise of  Visualising the Acupoints of Jianjing

5. The Exercise of Relaxing the Shoulders, Elbows and the wrists

6. The Exercise of raising the Arms to Regulate the breath

7. The exercise of Irradiating the Acupoints of Jienue with the Qi

8. The Exercise of Bending the trunk Forward and backward

9. The Exercise of Turning the Waist to move the Qi

10. The Exercise of Holding the Knees to Channel the Qi

11. The Exercise of Channelling the qi Through the Legs

12. The Exercise of Massaging the Feet

13. The Exercise of Channelling the Qi Through the Waist

14. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoints of Weizhong

15. The Exercise of Relaxing the Knees and ankles

16. The Exercise of Patting the Acupoints of Zhangmen

17. the Exercise of breathing the Allay a fever

18. the Exercise of Turning the Trunk to channel the Qi

Chapter ¢¨´ The Five Sense organs (Eyes, Teeth, Ears, Nose, and Throat)

1. The exercise of Lying on the Stomach to Channel the Qi

2. The Exercise of Irradiating and Pressing the Eyes

3. The Exercise of Rubbing the Acupoints of Upper Yingxiang

4. The exercise of Pressing the Lower End of The Nasal Septum

5. The Exercise of Pressing the  Acupoint of Muming

6. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoint of Yintang

7. The exercise of Irradiating and Turning the Eyesballs

8. The Exercise of Washing and Tuning the Eyeballs

9. the exercise of Irradiating and washing the Eyes

10. The Exercise of Holding the Knees to Channel the Qi

11. The Exercise of Visualising the Inside of the Ears

12. The Exercise of Rubbing the Ears to Preserve the Fervor of Youth

13. The Exercise of Pressing the Acupoints of Biliu

14. The Exercise of Massaging the Acupoints of Yingxiang

15. The Exercise of Channelling the Qi Through the Acupoints of Yongquan

16. The exercise of Pressing the Nose to Clear The nasal Passages

17. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoint of Fengfu

18. The Exercise of Pressing repeatedly the Acupoints of Erkuo

19. The Exercise of Pressing Acupoints to Stop pain

20 The exercise of channelling the Qi by the Mind

21. The Exercise of Gargling to channel the Qi

22. The Exercise of Pressing the Acupoints of Yinchi

Chapter X The Urogenital System

1. The exercise of Crossing the Legs to channel the Qi

2. The Exercise of Squatting to Channel the Qi

3. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoint of Huiyin

4. The Exercise of Rubbing the Abdomen and Visualising the Points

5. The Exercise of Rubbing and brushing the Legs and the Feet

6. the exercise of Massaging the abdomen to Regulate the Breath

Chapter XI gynecological System

1. The Exercise of Irradiating the breasts with the Qi

2. The Exercise of Irradiating the Acupoints of Qizhong with the Qi

3. the Exercise or Moxibustion at the Acupoints of Guanyi

4. The Exercise of Massaging the Abdomen and Regulating the Breath

5. The Exercise of Rubbing and Irradiating the Abdomen

6. The Exercise of Moxibustion at the Acupoints of Shiguan

7. The Exercise of Irradiating the Acupoints of Bailao

Chapter ¢¡Â Surgical System

1. The Exercise of Regulating the Breath Through the Pores

2. The Exercise of Crossing the arms to channel the Qi

3. The Exercise of Sitting and Grasping the Feet

4. The exercise of pressing the Acupoints of Dingshu

5. The Exercise for Channelling the Qi Through he body

6. The Exercise of channelling the Qi by Turning the Head

7. The exercise of Lying on the side to Channel the Qi

8. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoints of Lanwei

9. The Exercise of Breathing Through the Acupoint of Dantian

10. The exercise of Channelling the Qi Through the Acupoint of Huiyin

11. The Exercise of Visualising the Acupoints of Chongmen

12. The Exercise of Massaging he Top of the Head

13. The Exercise of Pressing the Acupoint of Ezhong

Chapter ¢ø Preservation of Health

1. The Exercise of  Touching the Ground with the Head

2. The exercise of Combing the Hair and pressing Acupoints

3. The exercise of Massaging the Teeth

4. The Exercise for Prolonging Life by Using Moxibustion

5. The Exercise for the Circulation of the Qi ending at the Acupoint of Dantian

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