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Utilizing Chinese Medicine to Treat Intergenerational Trauma


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Trauma victims can pass on their trauma genetically. By clearing trauma and reducing the charge of a particular belief system, it is possible to prevent passing the trauma on to future generations. Western medical research in epigenetics has shown that memories and traumatic experiences can be transferred up to five generations. In Chinese medicine, the Jing contains the genetic information, and this can be passed on to succeeding generations.
Attitudes, personality, emotional make-up, and belief systems are all part of the Jing that is inherited. Strengths and imbalances are passed on. The imbalances can be corrected with Chinese medicine to prevent them from continuing in a patient’s offspring. In addition, Chinese medicine can clear the old traumas so they are not passed on to subsequent generations.
CT Holman will discuss ways to diagnose and treat generational trauma by utilizing Chinese medicine. He will demonstrate specific acupuncture point combinations and needle techniques. Several patient pictures and case studies will be included. Upon completing the course, participants will be able to apply this knowledge in their clinic.

Goals and Objectives
• Understand how generational trauma is passed down to subsequent generations.
• Learn diagnostic techniques to determine if a patient’s physiology has been compromised by trauma.
• Learn point prescriptions and needle techniques to treat generational trauma.

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CT Holman is an international speaker and has authored the textbooks, Treating Emotional Trauma with Chinese Medicine and Shamanism in Chinese Medicine.

With over 20 years practicing Chinese medicine, he operates a busy general family practice in Salem, Oregon.

He trained with several leading teachers in China and the USA. To emphasize the effectiveness of music in medical treatments, he recorded and produced a CD/MP3 titled Resonating Vitality – Chinese Medicine Drum Treatments.

CT teaches at the Oregon College of Chinese Medicine for its doctoral program, maintains the position as the Director of Development for the Lotus Institute of Lillian Bridges, treats people internationally with telemedicine and conducts a mentoring program at his clinic.

For more information visit: www.redwoodspring.com

$87.00 USD