Ghost (gui 鬼) points are special acupuncture points that have a very long history of being used by acupuncturists during times of devastation and hopelessness, such as during wars and epidemics/ pandemics. But you don't have to be an acupuncturist to use these points. Learn more about how these points should be used during COVID-19 and how to stimulate and activate these special areas of the body with or without using acupuncture.

If we are in a state of balance, or equanimity, there are no problems, only possibilities. Here are some practical guidelines to help you embrace equanimity as a state of mind and adapt yourself to whatever life may throw your way.

A special report on the use of acupuncture from the frontline of the alleged coronavirus (CoV-ID19) outbreak in Wuhan, China. It gives very insightful details as to what has been happening there, how acupuncture is being used to help, and what is likely to happen here in the US and the rest of world.

Lately I have been getting a lot of questions about dry needling. Some people have seen or read about it and are wondering what it is and why is it called "dry" needling when it looks a lot like acupuncture. So I decided to take some time to explain that here and also go into where the idea comes from and how it is used.

One of the more perplexing situations that arises for those new to acupuncture is that they have trouble understanding its holistic nature. Many see acupuncture as merely a one-sided therapy involving needling the body to alleviate physical or emotional pain or assist with healing. But there's more to acupuncture than just needling— a lot more!


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