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Acupuncture Point Combinations Webinar Series, Part 1

Acupuncture Point Combinations for Regulating Emotions, Stress and Mental Health

This is part 1 of the Acupuncture Point Combination Series, which takes you on a journey through your spirits or soul. It is designed to give you a greater insight into how you operate in the world around you – some people call this your archetype. By having a better understanding of yourself you can get a better understanding of those around you, including your patients.

Whilst that in itself is amazing, the kicker is that this webinar series also gives you treatment tools to practically apply to each of these spirits. These are acupuncture point combinations which are designed to target specific spirits to balance out your soul.

To understand yourself better, the Five Elements (Wǔ Xíng) are an excellent archetype system to give you the tools to acknowledge your guardian and support-act elements. When you combine this with a thorough look at the Five Spirits (Wǔ Shén), you are well on your way to appreciating who you are and why you act the way you do in any given situation.

Imagine the possibilities or benefits that this will entail? Combine that with a specific set of acupuncture points to create balance within yourself, and/or your patients, and you have an extraordinary start to this acupuncture point combinations webinar series.

 

Learning Objectives:

At the end of part 1 of the Acupuncture Point Combination webinar series participants will be proficient in:

  • Each of the Five Element Archetypes (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water) so that they can adequately use the system to aid them in their clinic and home life.
  • Each of the Five Spirits (Hún, Shén, Yì, Pò and Zhì) so that each of them makes sense within the body, including each of their roles and responsibilities.
  • Acupuncture point combinations for both the Five Element Archetypes and the Five Spirits.
  • Understanding the different roles that the archetypes and spirits play in our day-to-day lives via the consistent case studies provided throughout part 1.

 

Part 1 Module Structure:

 

Module 1

  • Introducing the Five Element (Wǔ Xíng) Archetypes and the Five Spirits (Wǔ Shén).
  • Introduce the value of Acupuncture Point Combinations in clinical practice.

 

Module 2

  • Discussion on the Wood element archetype and the Hún. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.
  • Discussion on the Fire element archetype and the Shén. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.

 

Module 3

  • Discussion on the Earth element archetype and the Yì. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.
  • Discussion on the Metal element archetype and the Pò. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.

 

Module 4

  • Discussion on the Water element archetype and the Zhì. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.
  • A look at how the Five element archetypes and Five Spirits play out in daily life. Heaps of day-to-day examples discussed and analysed.

 

Module 5

  • Review of the Five Element Archetypes and Five Spirits.
  • Completing the five short answer and ten multiple choice questions.

Part 1 Module Structure: 

Module 1

  • Introducing the Five Element (Wǔ Xíng) Archetypes and the Five Spirits (Wǔ Shén).
  • Introduce the value of Acupuncture Point Combinations in clinical practice.

The viewer is given a well-rounded introduction to the Five Element archetype system, laying the platform for each of the archetypes to be discussed in subsequent modules. The ‘Guardian’ and ‘Support-Act’ Elements will also be discussed, along with the idea that we are a little piece of all five archetypes.

The Five Spirits are also introduced, giving a basic overview of how each of them works together within our bodies for spiritual, physical and emotional health and wellbeing.

Lastly, the viewer is given a base-level look at acupuncture point combinations, including how they work, why it matters and what processes are used; thereby ensuring that you are always treating the person and not the disease.

As Hippocrates said: “It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has” (Hippocrates – 460-375 BCE).

https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/hippocrates

 

Module 2

  • Discussion on the Wood element archetype and the Hún. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.
  • Discussion on the Fire element archetype and the Shén. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.

In this module the viewer is given detailed information on the Five Element archetypes of Wood and Fire. Included for each is a discussion on their titles, related organs, associated emotions, characteristics, loves/fears and what they have difficulty with. Signs and symptoms are offered for the archetype if it slides into excess (Shí) or deficiency (), along with possible acupuncture point combinations. To conclude, there is a brief discussion on how to communicate with a Wood or Fire archetype, which comes in handy in a clinical setting, because you can talk your patients talk.

The Five Spirits of the Húnand Shénare also discussed, including a definition and explanation plus what they are associated with. Signs and symptoms are offered for the spirit if it slides into excess (Shí) or deficiency (), along with possible acupuncture point combinations. Lastly, a selection of Zàng Fǔpatterns of disharmony are included for brief discussion.

Case studies are also included throughout.

 

Module 3

  • Discussion on the Earth element archetype and the Yì. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.
  • Discussion on the Metal element archetype and the Pò. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.

In this module the viewer is given detailed information on the Five Element archetypes of Earth and Metal. Included for each is a discussion on their titles, related organs, associated emotions, characteristics, loves/fears and what they have difficulty with. Signs and symptoms are offered for the archetype if it slides into excess (Shí) or deficiency (), along with possible acupuncture point combinations. To conclude, there is a brief discussion on how to communicate with an Earth or Metal archetype, which comes in handy in a clinical setting, because you can talk your patients talk.

The Five Spirits of the and are also discussed, including a definition and explanation plus what they are associated with. Signs and symptoms are offered for the spirit if it slides into excess (Shí) or deficiency (), along with possible acupuncture point combinations. Lastly, a selection of Zàng Fǔpatterns of disharmony are included for brief discussion.

Case studies are also included throughout.

 

Module 4

  • Discussion on the Water element archetype and the Zhì. Acupuncture point combinations included throughout as well as a case study.
  • A look at how the Five element archetypes and Five Spirits play out in daily life. Heaps of day-to-day examples discussed and analysed.

In this module the viewer is given detailed information on the Five Element archetype of Water. Included is a discussion on its titles, related organs, associated emotions, characteristics, loves/fears and what they have difficulty with. Signs and symptoms are offered for the archetype if it slides into excess (Shí) or deficiency (), along with possible acupuncture point combinations. To conclude, there is a brief discussion on how to communicate with a Water archetype, which comes in handy in a clinical setting, because you can talk your patients talk.

The Five Spirit of Zhìis also discussed, including a definition and explanation plus what it is associated with. Signs and symptoms are offered for the spirit if it slides into excess (Shí) or deficiency (), along with possible acupuncture point combinations. Lastly, a selection of Zàng Fǔpatterns of disharmony are included for brief discussion.

Case studies are also included throughout.

With all of the Five Element archetypes and Five Spirits completed, there will be time spent looking at how each of them plays out in daily life. This will be done over a range of different scenario’s including vacations, parties, routines, work life and relationships with themselves and others. The archetypes will be shown individually, but also together, which makes for a fascinating and humorous discussion.

Lastly, the guardian and support-act Elements are combined for some of the archetypes, thereby giving a more accurate world-view of the different personality types available within the Five Element archetype system. This will also be done over a range of different scenarios.

 

Module 5

  • Review of the Five Element Archetypes and Five Spirits.
  • Completing the five short answer and ten multiple choice questions.

The Five Element archetypes and Five Spirits will be reviewed. With so much content discussed in the first four modules, this final module, gives you a chance to process and consolidate the knowledge shown. This will also guide you towards the focal points that will be assessed in the short answer and multiple-choice questions.

Catalog: 
Pending: 
NCCAOM AOM-AC: 
10.00
Texas General Acupuncture: 
10.00
Massachusetts Core Knowledge: 
10.00
Florida General: 
10.00
California Category : 
Category 1

Dr David Hartmann is a Chinese medicine practitioner living in Brisbane, Australia. He has been an Acupuncturist for over 20 years graduating from the Australian College of Natural Medicine (now Endeavour) in 1996. He has also completed a ‘Master of Acupuncture’ in 2009 through Southern Cross University.

Dr Hartmann has been a TCM lecturer for over 15 years in Australia as well as presented seminars throughout Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and the USA. A keen researcher and writer, he has a new textbook published in August 2019 by Singing Dragon: The Principles and Practical Application of Acupuncture Point Combinations. He is also the author of Acupoint Dictionary 2e, published by Elsevier Churchill Livingstone in 2009.

David has a wealth of knowledge in Chinese medicine and has a special interest in western/eastern; ancient/modern philosophy. David has a blog site where he writes his research results down, as well as some of his philosophical musings.



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